Consistency was the name of the game in the York County housing market in May, according to new data from the Realtors Association of York & Adams Counties.
May sales involving an agent totaled 381 — just three higher than May 2013. And home sales through the first five months totaled 1,592, a 2 percent increase over 2013.
The median-sale price for the year is $140,000, according to the association. That was up from $139,000 at the end of May last year.
The Dover Area and South Western school districts posted the largest percentage sales gains through May at 35 percent, according to the association.
Central York School District ended May with the biggest decline at 18 percent compared to the first five months of 2013.