The median gross sales value for a single-family house offered in Broome County throughout Might was $146,500. That is a rise of 8.5% in contrast with Might 2021, based on a USA TODAY Community localized evaluation generated with knowledge from

Might costs are up from $138,191 the earlier month.

The variety of homes offered fell by 26.7% from a 12 months earlier. A complete of 110 homes have been offered countywide throughout Might. Throughout the identical interval a 12 months earlier, 150 single-family houses have been offered.

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In Broome County the highest 10% of the properties offered for at the very least $295,000, up 18% from a 12 months earlier than.

In Might, no properties offered for $1 million or extra.

New York’s median single-family house gross sales value was $370,000 in Might, up 5.2% from a 12 months earlier. The state reported 8,785 single-family houses offered, down 7.2% from a 12 months earlier.

Pennsylvania’s median single-family house gross sales value was $263,000 in Might, up 11.9% from a 12 months earlier. The state reported 9,718 single-family houses offered, up 5.1% from a 12 months earlier.

The median house sale value — the halfway level of all the homes or models offered over a time frame — is used on this report as a substitute of the typical house sale value as a result of specialists say the median provides a extra correct view of what is occurring in a market . Find the typical value, all costs of houses offered are added after which divided by the variety of houses offered. This measure might be skewed by one low or excessive value.

The USA TODAY Community is publishing localized variations of this story on its information websites throughout the nation, generated with knowledge from Localized variations are generated for communities the place the information high quality and transaction quantity meets and USA TODAY Community requirements. The story was written by Sean Lahman.

This text initially appeared on Binghamton Press & Solar-Bulletin: Broome County’s common house offered for the next value 12 months over 12 months