Greenwood, IN

Greenwood was incorporated as a town under Indiana law in 1864 and became a fifth-class city in 1960. The first inhabitants of the area currently known as Greenwood were the Delaware Indians (Lenape). In 1818, the Treaty of St. Mary's opened central Indiana to European American settlement, and by 1823 the first cabin in northern Johnson County was erected by settlers John B. and Isaac Smock on land currently occupied by Greenwood Park Mall. Greenwood was first known as "Smocktown" or "Smock's Settlement" in honor of the Smock brothers, and became "Greenfield" in 1825. Since this clashed with another Greenfield located in Hancock County, the name of the settlement was changed to Greenwood. Some claim the town's name was in honor of Samuel Greenwood, who platted the community in 1872.

 

Greenwood Home Market (March 2017)

Johnson County, Indiana has seen a year over year increase in median home sales price of 6.6% from 2016 to 2017. The median sales price in 2016 was $155,000, and in 2017 the median home sales price was $165,250. Closed sales are up from 2016 by 3.2%, while new listings are down by -0.3% adding to the listing deficiency. 

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