Real estate: Mixed report on February home sales in Northwest Georgia — up mostly vs. the same month last year but down from robust January.

Real estate: Mixed report on February home sales in Northwest Georgia — up mostly vs. the same month last year but down from robust January.

 

A mixed report on Northwest Georgia home sales in February. While the numbers for February vs. the same month a year ago were mostly up in Rome/Floyd County, they took a dip compared to January of this year.

In Bartow County, total sales dropped a bit while prices rose. The same was true in Gordon County.

Area Realtors say home sales remain very strong as the first quarter of 2021 comes to an end, with some addresses drawing multiple offers and others moving from “for sale” to “offer pending” very quickly.

The above-and-below data is courtesy of the Greater Rome Board of Realtors and the Northwest Metro Association of Realtors.

Bartow County | Febuary 2021 vs. Febuary 2020.

  • Total single family home sales: 107 (7% decrease)
  • Median sales price: $232,500 (22.7% increase)
  • Average sales price: $258,500 (25.2% increase)
  • Total active listings: 135 (53.1% decrease)
  • New listings: 129 (7.2% decrease)
  • Month’s Supply: 1.0 (52.4% decrease)

Gordon County | February 2021 vs. Febuary 2020.

  • Total single family home sales: 42 (12.5% decrease)
  • Median sales price: $195,000 (22.6% increase)
  • Average sales price: $229,000 (31.2% increase)
  • Total active listings: 52 (60% decrease)
  • New listings: 44 (6.4% decrease)
  • Month’s Supply: 1.0 (59.9% decrease)
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