Clark County home sales experience normal swoon in November
Monday, December 17, 2012
Clark County home sales dipped 12.1 percent in November from October, showing a normal decline for the season.
The median price increased for the third month in a row, topping $200,000 for the second time since 2010, Portland-based RMLS reported Monday.
In all, there were 428 closed sales of single-family homes last month, down from 487 in October, but an increase from 348 houses sold in November 2011.
The median sales price also increased to $203,500 in November, up from $198,000 in October. November's median selling price was up 2.8 percent from a year earlier.
Supply held steady last month. There was a 5.2-month supply of homes listed for sale in November, compared to a 4.7-month supply in October.