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Southern Oregon Real Estate Continues Brisk Pace

By Jim McCoy Wed 3rd June Newsreal estate

According to the Rogue Valley Association of Realtors, Jackson County has seen double digit increases in existing home prices and in existing home sales.

When looking at the last 90 days- compared to the same period last year, the median home price has jumped from $204,000 to $225,000.Read More »

Existing Home Sales Up, Prices Up In Southern Oregon

By Jim McCoy Tue 5th May Newsreal estate

Things are up, up, up in the southern Oregon real estate picture. In the most recent rolling quarter (February through April), existing home sales and existing home prices were both up in Jackson and Josephine County.Read More »

Southern Oregon Home Sales, Prices Rise

By Jim McCoy Thu 5th March Newsreal estate
Home sellers in southern Oregon will be pleased to know that the median price for an existing home in Jackson and Josephine Counties is on a continued upswing. Even with the double-digit percentage increases, existing home sales continue to rise as well. For the rolling quarter that ended February 28th, 2015 the median price for a home in Jackson County rose by 13% to $209,000.Read More »

Selling A House? Southern Oregon Stats Looking Up

By Jim McCoy Wed 4th February Newsreal estate
Real estate prices continue their climb in southern Oregon.Read More »

Existing Home Prices Rise In Jackson and Josephine Counties

By Jim McCoy Wed 5th November Newsreal estate
The latest reports from Jackson and Josephine counties shows existing home prices on a continuing upward trend. The median price for a home in Jackson County is 215-thousand and 180-thousand for Josephine County between August 1 and October 31, 2014.Read More »

Report: Jackson County Real Estate Picture Good For Sellers

By Jim McCoy Fri 3rd October Newsreal estate
The median price of an existing home in Jackson County continued to climb during the last rolling quarter, according to the Rogue Valley Association of Realtors. Sales statistics for July 1 through September 30, 2014 show a 7.2% increase in home sales over the same quarter the previous year.Read More »

Existing Home Price Increase In Jackson County, Hold In Jo County

By Jim McCoy Tue 5th August Newsreal estate
Existing home prices continue to rise in Southern Oregon. The most recent report for Jackson County shows a 10 percent increase to a median of 215-thousand dollars when comparing May thru July of this year to the same time period in the year prior. The average home spent 46 days on the market. 604 homes sold during this 90 day reporting period.Read More »

Report: Jackson, Josephine County Trending Towards Seller's Market

By Jim McCoy Mon 5th May Newsexsiting home salesreal estate
Southern Oregon continues moving towards being a seller’s market. The month recent 90-day report running from February 1 through April 30 shows a slight uptick in the sales price in Jackson County, with the median at $190-thousand. Meanwhile, sales are down slightly at 5.8 percent. Homes are also moving faster than they were a year ago, with an average of 50 days on the market.Read More »

Housing Prices Rise, Sales Fall in Southern Oregon

By Jim McCoy Wed 5th February Newsreal estate
The selling price of an existing home in southern Oregon is on the rise: 5.6 percent in Jackson County and 7.4 in Josephine County. That's according to the newest rolling quarterly report from the Rogue Valley Association of Realtors and the Multiple Listing Service from November 1, 2013 through January 31, 2014.Read More »

Report: Real Estate Markets in Southern Oregon Are "Normalizing"

By Jim McCoy Thu 5th September Newsreal estate
Reports by realtors in Jackson and Josephine counties are noting a normalization in their respective markets. The median sales price in the most recent 90-day period shows the median price for Jackson County at $196,000 and $166,000 for Josephine- both double digit increases when comparing these reports to the same time last year.Read More »


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