Posted by on Jul 2nd, 2010 in Uncategorized | 0 comments
Cache County home sales for June were pretty good. 105 MLS homes have been reported sold thus far, an improvement of 5.71% compared with June of last year. June home sales numbers weren’t quite as good as May’s numbers, and were down by about 8%.
The average price of home sales in Cache County was substantially up during June compared with the last four months. This is a sign that many of the June home sales were not first time buyers, and were not effected by the home buying tax credits. The average price of Cache County Homes Sold during June was $180,724, with a median price of $161,000.
While home sales for the first half of 2010 were pretty positive, so far, the second half of the year doesn’t happen to look so good. July is traditionally one of the strongest months for home sales. This month, there will probably be less than a hundred Cache County Homes
sold. Right now Cache County has just 99 homes under contract. This is less than half the number of under contract homes as there were in May. Only about 70% of Under Contract properties actually close.
via Logan Utah Real Estate Market Conditions: June Sales Still Good – But Summer Sales in Logan Will Be Down.