Market Wrap Up for September

Let’s take at look at the September numbers for single-family homes and condominiums and see how they compare to a year ago.

Middlesex County

  • 1,193 homes sold, up from 1,088 in September 2008
  • The median sales price was $349,200, up from $339,000 in September 2008
  • Homes that sold were on the market an average of 101 days, down from 114 days in September 2008.

Suffolk County

  • 446 homes sold, up slightly from 445 in September 2008
  • The median sales price was $331,750, up from $330,000 in September 2008
  • Homes that sold were on the market an average of 102 days, down from 107 days in September 2008.

Norfolk County

  • 555 homes sold, up from 501 in September 2008
  • The median sales price was $335,000, down from $337,000 in September 2008
  • Homes that sold were on the market an average of 106 days, down from 122 days in September 2008.

Plymouth County

  • 395 homes sold, up from 373 in September 2008
  • The median sales price was $272,400, down from $285,000 in September 2008
  • Homes that sold were on the market an average of 128 days, down from 168 days in September 2008.

Bristol County

  • 304 homes sold, up slightly from 302 in September 2008
  • The median sales price was $225,000, down from $249,063 in September 2008
  • Homes that sold were on the market an average of 146 days, down from 162 days in September 2008.

Essex County

  • 554 homes sold, up from 503 in September 2008
  • The median sales price was $281,000, up slightly from $280,000 in September 2008
  • Homes that sold were on the market an average of 128 days, down from 150 days in September 2008.

Worcester County

  • 631 homes sold, up from 559 in September 2008
  • The median sales price was $207,050, down from $215,000 in September 2008
  • Homes that sold were on the market an average of 138 days, down from 158 days in September 2008.

We pulled these numbers from MLSPIN.

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