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according to Ohio Realtors. Homes sales finished 2017 with a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 151,748, a 1.9 percent increase from the 2016 year-end rate of 148,952. The average sales price across Ohio in 2017 reached $172,870, a 5.7 percent increase ...


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Feb 4, 2018 COLUMBUS — The Ohio housing marketplace was extremely robust in 2017, as the sector established record-setting levels in the rate of sales activity, average sales price and total dollar volume, according to Ohio Realtors. (function() { var ARTICLE_URL = window.location.href; var CONTENT_ID = '788897'; document.write(''+'\x3C/scr'+'ipt>');})();Homes sales finished 2017 with a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 151,748, a 1.9 percent increase from the 2016 year-end rate of 148,952The average sales price across Ohio in 2017 reached $172,870, a 5.7 percent increase from the $163,510 mark posted during 2016. “It was a remarkable year for the Ohio housing market, as we experienced record gains in sales and average prices,” said Ohio Realtors President Tiffany Meyer“Ohio’s Realtor community played an integral role in helping people navigate the complexities of the home buying process and, most importantly, were trusted partners in making the dream of ownership a reality. “The steady growth in sales over the past year, combined with the positive gains in average pricing, serves as a solid, stable foundation for Ohio’s housing marketplace moving forward.” Sales in December reached a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 153,517, slightly ahead of the 153,477 level posted in December 2016The market experienced a 4.4 percent decrease in sales from November 2016’s seasonally adjusted annual rate of 160,511Sales during December 2017 reached the highest level for the month since Ohio Realtors began tracking Ohio sales data in 1998. December’s average home price of $170,706 reflects a 6.9 percent increase from the $159,655 mark posted in December 2016. Around the state, 17 of the 18 markets tracked experienced an increase in average sales price for the year compared to 2016Eight local markets showed a year-end increase in sales activity compared to 2016. Home sales during the fourth quarter of 2017 increased from the same three-month period a year agoSpecifically, fourth quarter 2017’s seasonally adjusted annual rate reached 156,726, a 2.9 percent increase from the fourth quarter 2016 mark of 152,294Total dollar volume in 2017 reached a record-breaking $26.5 billion, a 6.7 percent increase from the 2016 level of $24.8 billion Data provided to Ohio Realtors by Multiple Listing Services includes residential closings for new and existing single-family homes and condominiums/co-opsOhio Realtors, with more than 32,000 members, is the largest professional trade association in Ohio try { _402_Show(); } catch(e) {} COMMENTS Community Broadcasting major awarded scholarship WEST LIBERTY — West Liberty University sophomore Walker Polivka of Shadyside was awarded a scholarship recently ... First-place finisher also first official entrant in national bee Belmont County Farm Bureau holds successful membership kickoff OUE College Credit Plus Information Nights scheduled STCLAIRSVILLE — Students currently in grades 6-11 and their parents are invited to attend College Credit Plus ... StClairsville-Richland City School District receives grant from Lowe’s STCLAIRSVILLE — StClairsville-Richland City Schools received a $5,000 Lowe’s Toolbox for Education grant ... WJU names new alumni director WHEELING — Wheeling Jesuit University has named Ohio Valley native Shannon Payton as its new director of Alumni ...

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