The Lebanon County housing market had its second-best quarter in three years with 366 sales in the second quarter, according to the Lebanon County Association of Realtors.
For the year, county home sales involving an agent are more than 10 percent ahead of last year’s pace, with 617, the association said.
But median-sale price has dropped by a slightly bigger margin. Through June, the median was $140,500, compared to $157,250 last year, according to the association.
New listings have held steady.
Meanwhile, York County home sales have been flat this year, according to the Realtors Association of York & Adams Counties.
There were 2,017 homes sold through June — 10 more than last year’s first six months. The median-sale price increased slightly to $142,000, compared to $140,000, the association said.
The Dover Area School District saw the biggest percentage increase in sales at 34 percent, with 160 sales so far. Southern York County School District posted the biggest decrease at 16 percent, with 85 sales through June, the association said.