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Home prices at all-time high in Tennessee

According to the report, the number of single-family homes sold in Tennessee jumped 10 percent in 2016, reaching the highest number since 2006. Among the good news, only 4.4 percent of Tennessee homeowners owned more on their mortgages than their homes are ...

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NASHVILLE, Tenn(CLARKSVILLENOW) – Home prices in Tennessee are at a record high, according to a report released by the Tennessee Housing Development Agency (THDA)lazyLoad("1645941203923155200",100,["24191","24191","24191"]); Tennessee’s median home price grew by 5.4 percent in 2016, reaching a record $185,000, and the annual growth rate accelerated to more than 7.7 percent in the first half of 2017 “As far as home prices go, we are finally leaving those pre-recession records behind and forging into new territory,” said Hulya Arik, THDA economist and author of the report Home prices are growing slower in the Clarksville area than any other metropolitan area in Tennessee, according to THDA Communications Coordinator Rick LewisThe area’s annual home price appreciation is 1.7%lazyLoad("3762206534800365953",100,["24191","24191","24191"]); These numbers come from THDA’s annual Housing Market at a Glance report with the most recent data available as of the start of 2018 According to the report, the number of single-family homes sold in Tennessee jumped 10 percent in 2016, reaching the highest number since 2006 Among the good news, only 4.4 percent of Tennessee homeowners owned more on their mortgages than their homes are worth as of the first quarter of 2017, a sharp decline from the 6.2 percent of Tennessee homeowners who were “underwater” just one year earlierThat number reached nearly 17 percent at its peak in June 2010 lazyLoad("3368186132303211296",100,["24191","24191","24191"]); On average, 76 percent of homes sold in Tennessee in 2016 would have been affordable to a family earning the state’s median income, a slight improvement over the 75 percent for 2015 For 2015, 36.4 percent of all Tennessee households paying rent or mortgage payments met the federal definition of “cost burdened,” meaning they paid more than 30 percent of their total household income toward housing costsThis represents more than a full percentage point decrease over the 37.5 percent average in 2014 Among Tennessee’s renters, 45 percent of households were cost burdened in 2015, compared to 48 percent nationwideAmong Tennessee homeowners with a mortgage, 29 percent were cost burdened, compared to 32 percent nationwide lazyLoad("1082030787242410335",100,["24191","24191","24191"]); Income growth among Tennessee’s renters has not kept pace with rent hikesIn fact, average monthly rent has continued to increase steadily since the housing market crash began in December 2007 despite the fact that average household income for Tennessee renters did not recover to pre-recession levels until 2015 Among Tennessee’s homeowners, average household income did not recover to pre-recession levels until a year later, 2016, though the average monthly cost of homeownership remained lower than its pre-crash peak Privately-owned housing units authorized by building permits in 2016 in Tennessee increased by 12 percent over 2015However, the number of building permits issued has not returned to its peak level reached in 2005 lazyLoad("382932891018249507",100,["24191","24191","24191"]); The full report can be found here lazyLoad("2187514381259407580",100,["24191","24191","24191"]); FacebookTwitterLinkedIn Filed under: Tagged With: clarksville msa, home prices, housing market, renting market, tennessee housing development agency Featured Content ClarksvilleNow News Podcast Post your event Lost and Found Pets Newsletter Signup Submit a news story School Closings Sponsored Local Business of the Week Download the free ClarksvilleNow app Previous: Campaign: Only ‘sexist pig’ would think Blackburn can’t win Senate seat Next: Clarksville's historic urban trails brought to life lazyLoad("2904613384941116802", 100, ["24191", "24191", "24191"]);

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