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Spokane home sale prices up from May

Home sales in Spokane County dipped slightly in the past month but remain near levels seen a year ago.

The average sales price in June was up from May but lower than one year ago, the Spokane Association of Realtors reported today.

Closed sales totaled 506 in June, down from 519 in May. In June 2009, there were 501 closed sales in the county.

The average sales price in June was $190,308, up from $180,523. A year ago, the average sales price was $193.164.

Closed residential sales in the first half of the year are up 24.5 percent from the same period in 2009.

The number of homes and condominiums for sale grew in June to 3,406. That’s up by 102 properties from May. A year ago, 3,282 homes and condos were on the market.


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