How much do homes in Pike County, GA cost?

Median List Price

$291,350

Based on all homes listed in the last 12 months.

Difference Since September 2020

+$31,450(+12.1%)

Key Takeaway

The list price of homes in Pike County has increased by 12.1% since last year.

Housing Market Conditions

Sign Up For Free to View Housing Market Conditions

Key Takeaway

Unlock the Full Report

Get access to the MLS sold listings data for a full picture of the Pike County, GA market.

Median List Price By Bedroom Count

# BEDSSep 2020Sep 2021%
1 $114.7K$79.5K-30.7%
2 $192.4K$209.9K+9.1%
3 $209.9K$249.9K+19.0%
4 $295K$324K+9.8%
5+ $348K$404.9K+16.4%

Median List Price Compared To Nearby Counties

Spalding County
+24.3%
Upson County
+18.7%
Meriwether County
+16.7%
Lamar County
+15.0%
Pike County
+12.1%

How many homes are available in Pike County, GA?

Number of Homes For Sale

Aug 2021Sep 2021%
10188-12.9%

Homes For Sale By Bedroom Count

# BEDSAug 2021Sep 2021%
1 000.0%
2 43-25.0%
3 3935-10.3%
4 4033-17.5%
5+ 1817-5.6%

Asking Price vs. Sold Price

Sign Up For Free to View Asking Price vs. Sold Price

Key Takeaway

Unlock the Full Report

Get access to the MLS sold listings data for a full picture of the Pike County, GA market.

Average Listing Age

Sep 2020Sep 2021%
128 Days113 Days-11.5%

Breakdown of Home Sale Times

Sign Up For Free to View Breakdown of Home Sale Times

Key Takeaway

Unlock the Full Report

Get access to the MLS sold listings data for a full picture of the Pike County, GA market.

About Pike County, GA

Number of homes for sale in Pike County, GA real estate market have reached 88. The number of listings in Pike County, GA decreased by 12.9% between August 2021 and September 2021. In September 2021 median list price was $291,350 and the average listing age was 113 days. From August 2021 through September 2021, the following changes in listing prices were observed in this housing market: prices of 1 bedroom properties decreased by 30.7%, 2 bedrooms properties prices increased by 9.1%, 3 bedrooms properties became 19% more expensive, 4 bedrooms properties became 9.8% more expensive, 5 bedrooms properties became 16.4% more expensive. The following changes in the number of homes for sale were observed in this housing market: the quantity of 1 bedroom homes have not changed, volume of 2 bedrooms homes went down by 25%, 3 bedrooms homes became 10.3% less available, number of 4 bedrooms homes decreased by 17.5%, volume of 5 bedrooms homes went down by 5.6%. In September 2021 more than 6 listings in Pike County, GA were sold above the asking price. During the same period more than 12 listings were sold at asking price, while more than 8 were sold below.

Related Neighborhood Trend Reports