The pace of existing home sales continues to decline in Jackson County. Nonetheless, it remains a seller’s market.
For the three-month period ending May 31, the median single-family residential sales price rose 10.7 percent year-over-year to $258,500 from $233,500. During that span, the number of existing houses sold through the Southern Oregon Multiple Listing Service declined 6.6 percent to 637 from 682 a year ago.
On May 31, 865 houses were on the market, down 7 percent from the 930 that were for sale a year earlier.
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