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Jacksonville Existing Home Sales Up 44%

Posted on | May 18, 2010 | 1 Comment

Just published data for March 2010 based upon surveys of MLS sales levels from local Realtor boards and associations ( NOTE: all sales numbers represent totals of Realtor’s closed transactions as reported to the local Realtor boards/associations within the Metropolitan Statistical Areas ) boast a whopping 44% increase! March sales show that 1,303 existing single family homes sold and closed with a median price of $141,400 per home. Jacksonville’s huge percentage leap was surpassed only by Fort Walton Beach who had a 50%, Pensacola at 45% and Ocala who checked in with a massive 88%! These statistics bolster the rumor of a strengthening of the Florida housing market. Based upon the median house prices it is clear that sales are returning to the “more expensive” single family homes vs. the extensive “bank owned” home sales that Florida has been having. Year to date single family home sales (January – March) are at 38,824 up from comparable time 2009 time frame numbers of 31,410.

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