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York County home sales running 1 percent ahead of 2013

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The York County housing market is on pace to exceed last year's sales total of 4,399 closings involving a Realtor, which was up 14 percent from 2012.

The Realtors Association of York and Adams Counties today reported 2,466 sales through July, a 1 percent increase compared to the first seven months of 2013.

The median-sale price was $145,000 through July, which was also a 1 percent increase, according to the association.

By school district, Dover Area was up 33 percent in sales through July with 190. That was the largest percentage increase.

Dallastown Area School District led the way in volume with 260 sales — flat compared to sales through July 2013, the association said.

Northern York County School District posted the largest percentage decline at 17 percent and lowest volume with 45 sales.

For just the month of July, York County home sales involving an agent totaled 410, the association said. That was down slightly from last July.

And median-sale price for the month was down 3 percent to $154,900. 

Jason Scott

Jason Scott

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