Diversity and affordability are two themes running throughout the Jacksonville regional housing market. Whether it is a home on the National Historic Register in the Jacksonville Historic District, a studio loft in Knollwood Retirement Center, a moderately priced apartment in the new Stonebridge Apartments, or the numerous subdivisions sprouting up amidst the farmland of Morgan and Scott counties.

The market ranges from several hundred square feet to more than 3,000 square feet with a variety of housing styles available in an urban or rural setting.  The Region offers everything from turn of the century homes to new construction.

Home sales in Jacksonville and South Jacksonville have remained steady over the past five years with an average of 344 homes per year.

5-Year Average Homes Sold  (2010-2014)
Homes Sold Under $50,000 – 18%
Homes Sold $50,000-$100,000 – 40%
Homes Sold  $100,000-$200,000 – 32%
Homes Sold over $200,000 – 10%

The affordability of the Jacksonville regional housing market is reinforced by the plethora of local financing readily available for little or no money down.