Williamson County Real Estate: Providence Home Sales for November

Providence Home Sales for November

Providence homesProvidence home sales for November were fairly impressive with 10 closings. The average days on market for Providence homes was 92, and the average price for homes sold in Providence was $251,302. At this time, 58 Providence homes are currently pending, and almost all are under construction. With only 44 Providence homes available for purchase, you can see that homes in this community are not following the typical real estate market trends. Search for Providence homes here.

  • 10 Providence homes close in November
  • 58 Providence homes are currently pending
  • 44 Providence homes are currenly available for purchase
  • the absorbtion rate for Providence homes is 4 months
  • the average price of homes sold in Providence was $251,302

Providence is a planned community of homes and townhomes located east of Nashville in the city of Mt Juliet. With convenient shopping and dining, as well as a short commute to downtown Nashville or the Nashville International airport, Providence has become the most popular neighborhood in the Nashville area. Search for Providence homes for sale here Providence home search

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Comment balloon 4 commentsLarry Brewer - Benchmark Realty llc • December 19 2010 09:27AM


Good morning Larry. Well that is certainly some good news for the housing market

Posted by TeamCHI - Complete Home Inspections, Inc., Home Inspectons - Nashville, TN area - 615.661.029 (Complete Home Inspections, Inc.) over 8 years ago

Michael - I don't think Providence really ever slowed down. If it did, It wasn't for long.

Posted by Larry Brewer - Benchmark Realty llc (Benchmark Realty LLc) over 8 years ago

Providence is a great community....the Del Webb section was what the folks in Thompsons Station turned down a few years back.  They did not want the impact to the schools and the infrasture.  Guess someone forgot to tell them that 55+ don't use the public schools and as a self contained community infrasture not so much.  Instead that took Tollgate....go figure.

Posted by Diane Osowiecki, Greater Nashville Real Estate (Diane O and Friends - Benchmark Realty) over 8 years ago

Diane - I heard that Pulte wanted Spring Hill to give them millions in incentives, and they didn't think they should give any developers incentives to overrun the infrastructure. Can you imagine the traffic in Spring hill if we had Providence. It's bad enough already. Of course, it's just word of mouth, but it sounds reasonable.

Posted by Larry Brewer - Benchmark Realty llc (Benchmark Realty LLc) over 8 years ago

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