The median price of a house or condo that sold in the Washington metro region in June was $471,000, an all-time high, and up 3.5 percent from June of last year.
WASHINGTON — The median price of a house or condo that sold in the Washington metro region in June was $471,000 — up 3.5 percent from June of last year and an all-time high.
All other market indicators were down in June, and point to a continued extremely tough market for potential buyers.
Listing service Bright MLS said sales volume was down 2.8 percent from a year ago. Closed sales were down 4.1 percent. New pending sales were down 2 percent. New listings were down 5.8 percent. And active listings were down 6.4 percent from June 2017.
Sellers in June got an average of 99 percent of what they were asking and the average number of days it took for a property to sell was just 10 days.
The median price of a sale in the District itself in June topped hit $603,000, up 2.3 percent from a year earlier.
Below is a chart of sales by jurisdiction in June, courtesy of Bright MLS:
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