State Home Sales All Over Map
|July 31, 2002|
Illinois, Florida, North Carolina Report Mixed Results, Higher Median Prices
Inman News Features
Home sales reports from state Realtor associations came in with mixed results in June. Here is a sampling:
The Illinois Association of Realtors reported 11,721 existing single-family homes were sold during the month, a 6.2 percent decrease from last year. Year-to-date sales totaled 53,670, a 5.8 percent increase compared with the year-ago results. The statewide median home price rose to $170,300, a 5.7 percent increase from $161,100 in June of last year.
The Florida Association of Realtors reported 14,407 existing single-family homes were sold in June, virtually unchanged from the 14,379 homes sold during the same period last year. The statewide median home price rose to $142,400, a 7 percent increase from $132,500 in June of last year.
The North Carolina Association of Realtors reported 8,089 existing single-family homes were sold in June, a figure almost identical to home sales for the same period last year. The statewide median home price was $189,283.
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