Cincinnati's luxury housing market has shown growth in key metrics as of the beginning of the second quarter 2023.
In Butler, Clermont and Hamilton counties, home sales fell by 8.6% from March to 1381. The median price of a home that was sold in April jumped 8.6% to $279,900. This is 9.1% more than April 2022.
In April, the highest-priced home on the market sold for more than $3 million.
The average price of the top 10 homes sold in the region during April was a bit higher than the average for March. The average price of the top 10 home sales in April was over $1.74m, up from $1.7m in March.
The average price of the top 10 homes sold in the region increased by 2% from April 2022 when it was $1.7 million.
Sibcy Cline Realtors provided the data on top sales for transactions that involved at least one brokerage. Each home includes the sale price, neighborhood, listing agent, and firm, and buyer's agent, and firm.
Amberley, Anderson Townships, Hamilton Townships, Hyde Parks, Indian Hills, Liberty Townships, Mount Adams, and Symmes Townships were the most expensive sales. Two of the April home sales would have been among the top 25 for 2022. Here are the top 25 most expensive homes in Greater Cincinnati for 2022. (This includes December 2021, to make it a complete 12 month period). Here are the top-selling homes in Greater Cincinnati in March 2022.