Median Home Prices Ascend To Record High

July 18, 2019

The median price of single-family homes in the nation has hit a record high of $266,000 in the second quarter of 2019, according to a recent report. 

 

Not only is this a 6.4% increase from 2018, HousingWire also revealed that it is a 10.8% jump from the previous quarter.  

 

"Those with the greatest increases were Atlantic City, New Jersey (up 16%); Boise City, Idaho (up 14%); Chattanooga, Tennessee (up 13.9%); Mobile, Alabama (up 11.2%); and Madison, Wisconsin (up 10.8%)," according to the report.

 

An impressive 74% of metros across the U.S. saw median home prices increase beyond pre-recession peaks. The report also cites a dip in mortgage rates as one of the reasons behind the increase in the median price for single-family homes.

 

To learn more about the record media price for single-family homes, click on the image above.  

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