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The HousingIQ Survey of Kentucky REALTORS® is administered monthly to the Kentucky REALTORS® membership. The responses are analyzed and reported as the HousingIQ/Kentucky REALTORS® Confidence Index. Each month’s survey includes additional, topical questions that help take the market pulse.

The Survey is sponsored by Kentucky REALTORS® as part of its mission to educate and inform the public about Kentucky’s Housing Market. Founded in 1922, Kentucky REALTORS® represents over 11,600 REALTORS® who are involved in all aspects of real estate. For additional information, visit kyrealtors.com.

Monthly Archives

Kentucky homebuyers grapple with affordability as homeowners confront financial uncertainty.

Kentucky home price growth to moderate as buyers get priced out of the market and sellers pull back because of economic concerns.

Kentucky housing market cooling off. Sellers reducing prices amidst concerns about COVID-19 resurgence and priced out buyers exiting market.

Kentucky housing market showing early signs of cooling. Houses anticipated to stay on market for longer as fewer houses expected to sell above asking price.

Kentucky home price growth to moderate. Bidding wars discouraging buyers. Potential sellers opting to refinance.

Kentucky home price growth to moderate. Potential sellers held back by inability to buy another home.

Kentucky homebuyer enthusiasm to push prices higher. Slower pace of new listings forcing bidding wars.

Kentucky homebuyers bid up prices as sellers hold back.

Kentucky homebuyers retreat as sellers hold firm.

Home sellers take wait-and-see approach as buyers discouraged by stock market correction.


Media Coverage

Louisville Gains Popularity with People Moving Out of Larger Cities (November 11, 2020)

Home Sales Hot Despite Pandemic (September 10, 2020)

HOW FIRST-TIME HOMEBUYERS IN KENTUCKY CAN COMPETE IN A STRONG SELLER’S MARKET (August 2020)