Shelby County Kentucky Real Estate Transfers – week ending 3-10-2008

Posted by Jonathan Karlen on Friday, September 2nd, 2011 at 2:54pm.

shelby county kentucky real estateAs always, to keep our readers up to date on the latest happening in the metropolitan Louisville real estate market, we like to advise everyone of the real estate transfers that occur so they can keep track of whats happening in whatever areas that they may be interested.  This week, the Shelby County Kentucky real estate  transfers for week ending 3-10-2008 are as follows as published by The Sentinel News newspaper:

Regions Bank, Betty Lewis – to Union Planters Bank – lot 24 Benson Trace section 1 – $1

Taylor Bean and Whitaker Don and Leesa Bennett – to Secretary of Veterans’ Affairs – real estate on Orphan’s Lane – $1

Countrywide Home Loans Inc., Emily Prater – to Federal National Mortgage – lot in Mount Eden – $1

Wells Fargo Bank, Joseph & Hilea Cash – to Federal home Loan Mortgage Corporation – lot 42, Charleston Section II – $1

Thomas Calvin Weakley Testamentary Trust -to John Shuck Jr. – real estate north of Elmburg Pike – $100000

Ronald Jarboe to 4 Play Shelby County Property LLC – Tract 3 Hyckliffe Manor – $1

Eqifirst Corporation, Amy Bolin – to HomeEq – lot 7 Arbor Green – $1

JTS Properties LLC – to James & Theresa Smith – lots of Highland Manor – $1

Rebecca & James Grant Jr – to Roberts Chandler & Mary Gonda – lot 10 Foxwood Estates – $435000

Well, now that you can see the transfers, what does it mean?  It appears that most of the transfers were organizational/transitional/legal types of transactions.  Only 2 properties were for amounts greater than $1.  And of those 2 properties one was for 100 grand, and the other was for 435 grand.  This would indicate a slowing in the Shelbyville Kentucky real estate market, as even without checking, I’d wager that more than 2 homes were placed on the market in Shelby County that would offset those 2 transfers that happened.

The Spring housing market is rapidly approaching.  Overall, the metropolitan area Louisville real estate market has been improving.  Hopefully we’ll see better numbers in both volume and amounts in the next round of Shelby County Kentucky real estate transfers.


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