Real estate statistics for York, Chester and Lancaster counties:

Total homes sold	

2007 YTD -- 4,248

2006 -- 4,563

2002 -- 2,356

Sales volume

2007 YTD -- $909 million

2006 -- $881 million

2002 -- $344 million

Average home price

2007 YTD -- $214,067

2006 -- $193,257

2002 -- $146,098

Average days on market

2007 YTD -- 129

2006 -- 128

2002 -- 160

 Source: Piedmont Association of Realtors

Homes entering foreclosure

Since July 1 -- 342

2006-2007 -- 925

2005-2006 -- 923

Homes repossessed

Since July 1 -- 153

2006-2007 -- 524

2005-2006 -- 566

 Source: York County Master-in-equity court
Real estate statistics for York, Chester and Lancaster counties: Total homes sold 2007 YTD -- 4,248 2006 -- 4,563 2002 -- 2,356 Sales volume 2007 YTD -- $909 million 2006 -- $881 million 2002 -- $344 million Average home price 2007 YTD -- $214,067 2006 -- $193,257 2002 -- $146,098 Average days on market 2007 YTD -- 129 2006 -- 128 2002 -- 160 Source: Piedmont Association of Realtors Homes entering foreclosure Since July 1 -- 342 2006-2007 -- 925 2005-2006 -- 923 Homes repossessed Since July 1 -- 153 2006-2007 -- 524 2005-2006 -- 566 Source: York County Master-in-equity court
Real estate statistics for York, Chester and Lancaster counties: Total homes sold 2007 YTD -- 4,248 2006 -- 4,563 2002 -- 2,356 Sales volume 2007 YTD -- $909 million 2006 -- $881 million 2002 -- $344 million Average home price 2007 YTD -- $214,067 2006 -- $193,257 2002 -- $146,098 Average days on market 2007 YTD -- 129 2006 -- 128 2002 -- 160 Source: Piedmont Association of Realtors Homes entering foreclosure Since July 1 -- 342 2006-2007 -- 925 2005-2006 -- 923 Homes repossessed Since July 1 -- 153 2006-2007 -- 524 2005-2006 -- 566 Source: York County Master-in-equity court

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November 29, 2007 12:32 AM

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