Harrisburg-area home sales continued to show strength in June, in terms of both transactions and prices.
The Greater Harrisburg Association of Realtors (GHAR) today reported that 819 housing units sold last month, compared to 530 in June 2020, while the median price rose to $228,000 from $199,900 a year ago.
Last year, the number of home sales was depressed due to the pandemic. A better comparison may be June 2019, when 850 houses sold for a median price of $190,788.
In Dauphin County, 376 homes sold in June for a median price of $209,000, versus $179,950 the previous year. In Cumberland County, 394 houses sold for a median price of $258,500, compared to $224,900 in the year-ago period, according to GHAR.
Prices also were up in Perry County, where 35 houses sold for a median price of $200,000 versus $175,900 last year.
Houses were also selling quickly. According to GHAR, the “average day on market” dropped to 16 days in the three-county area, compared to 45 days last year and 41 days the year before.
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