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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