Saturday, September 24

Long Island Housing Data for July 2020 by OneKey MLS


The July 2020 closed median home price for Long Island, which includes Nassau, Suffolk, Queens and Brooklyn housing data recorded on OneKey MLS, rose to $495,000 representing a 1.2% increase over last July.

Nassau County reported a $551,250 closed median home price in July representing an increase of 1.1% over $545,000 reported by the MLS last year.

Suffolk County reported a closed median price of $439,000, which represents an 5.8% increase over $415,000 reported a year ago.

Queens reported a closed median home price of $530,000 representing a decrease of 7.9% over $575,500 reported in July 2019.

The total number of available residential listings in July 2020 on the MLS is 16,326, which represents a decrease of 14.7% over last year.


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