The median price is considered the best reflection of what consumers will find in the marketplace. Median price indicates that half the homes were priced above and half below the midpoint. An average number can be distorted by a few wildly expensive or very inexpensive home sales.
For the year that ended April 2020, sales in DeKalb County included 8,550 single-family homes sold for a median price of $264,900, a 1.5 percent decrease over the year. There were 3,280 attached homes sold in the county for the year, with a median selling price of $218,000. The closing prices on attached homes, which include condos and townhomes, rose 13.5 percent from a year ago.
Total homes sold in DeKalb County included 9,977 existing homes and 1,853 newly constructed homes. The median price for existing homes was $238,900 and for new homes $339,900 over the 12-month period.
As of April 30, 2020, there were 4,186 homes listed on the market in this county. That compares with 4,515 homes listed on the same date a year earlier.
Around the six-county metro Atlanta area, including DeKalb, Cobb, Fulton, Gwinnett, Forsyth and Clayton 71,307 homes were sold in the year ending in April 2020, an 1.2 percent increase from the previous year.
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