Shelby County Housing Report: Louisville MLS Area 30

Photo of a home for the Shelby County Housing Report page

Shelby County is a very rural place to live. Wide open spaces and gorgeous nature. This is real horse country! But that doesn’t mean they don’t have luxury homes too!

The following is the Shelby County Louisville Housing Report for Louisville KY MLS Area 30, as defined by the Greater Louisville Association of Realtors (GLAR) which includes some of these larger neighborhoods:

Louisville MLS Map Area 30 thumbnail

Area 30 is shown above. Visit Louisville Homes for Sale for more details.

  • Cloverbrook Farms
  • Hi Point Village
  • Magnolia Place
  • Meadow Glen
  • Meadowbrook
  • Midland Estates
  • Persimmon Ridge
  • Rolling Ridge
  • Summersfield Place
  • Todds Station
  • Town N Country

The larger cities in this county are:

  1. Shelbyville
  2. Simpsonville
  3. Pleasureville

Other neighborhoods and subdivisions are also included. Check out Best Louisville Neighborhoods for the nicest neighborhoods in Louisville, KY.

Shelby County Housing Report

Charts of Louisville home sales and Louisville home prices for Shelby County KY MLS area 30 for the 12 month period ending March 2017

This housing report is published [Quarterly] during the first week of each new quarter.

Please Note: When analyzing the data contained in this chart, it’s important to note a few things.

  1. Sample size varies greatly by MLS area. For example, Area 0 is quite small and may only have handful of properties sell in a given month. On the other hand, Area 7 is large and more than 100 properties generally are bought and sold there each month.
    Therefore, it’s very important to pay attention to the scale located on the left. The scale does not start at zero.
  2. The 1-year trend-line is a better gauge of where home values are going in a particular area than simply looking at the monthly totals. It is calculated by averaging the previous 12 months of the median sale prices.

Our reason for creating these valuable housing reports, such as this Shelby County Louisville Housing Report, is the same as it’s always been. We want you to be armed with accurate information, in order to help you make the best possible decision in your home buying transaction.

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