ST. JOSEPH, MI ? "The local housing market in August rebounded nicely from the disappointing July results. However, over time July has routinely taken a step backward during our peak selling season. In August, there was a 13 percent increase in the number of homes sold and a 13 percent increase in the total dollar volume from those sales while the average and median selling prices held steady. July had dropped 7 percent in both number of homes sold and total dollar volume from June this year," stated Gary Walter, EVP, of the Southwestern Michigan Association of REALTORS?, Inc.
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ST. JOSEPH, MI ? "This year at the end of the third quarter, fewer homes were sold and those that sold did so at higher prices than at end of the third quarter in 2013. The number of houses sold to date was down 4 percent from last year (2229 vs. 2320). Year-to-date the average selling price was up 6 percent or almost $11,000 above last year ($192,113 vs. $181,256). The median selling price, year-to-date, was up 7 percent; raising the median selling price to $131,000 from $122,000 in 2013 at the end of the third quarter," stated Gary Walter, EVP, of the Southwestern Michigan Association of REALTORS?, Inc.
Read more: September 2014 ? SWMI Housing Market Selling Prices Up