The number of homes sold in Adams and York counties in October increased by at least 20 percent compared with the same month last year, according to the Realtors Association of York & Adams Counties Inc.
York County sales were up 26 percent to 331 homes sold compared with 262 homes sold in October 2011, according to RAYAC. The median home sales price went up 5 percent to $147,500, the association said.
Adams County sales were up 20 percent to 66 homes sold compared with 55 homes sold in the year-ago month, RAYAC said. The median home sales price in the county fell 2 percent to $164,950, according to the association.