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Home prices on Long Island

How prices moved up or down in six Long Island regions amid heavy competition for starter houses.

The median price of a home sold on Nassau's North Shore was up 7.7 percent in the second quarter of 2018 over the price in the same quarter of 2017, according to data from the brokerage Douglas Elliman and the appraisal company Miller Samuel. On Suffolk's South Shore, the price rose 9.4 percent during the period to $339,000.

Overall, there was heavy competition for starter houses and less demand for high-priced mansions. The charts and tables below contain the quarterly details going back to 2010 for six regions of Long Island and to 2011 for the luxury market.

Median home prices in the six Long Island regions


Median closing prices across Long Island (East End in table below)

Year-QuarterNassau NorthSuffolk NorthNassau SouthSuffolk South
2018-2$905,000 $440,000 $475,000 $339,000
2018-1$803,750 $405,000 $466,000 $317,500
2017-4$817,500 $420,000 $460,000 $325,000
2017-3$875,000 $435,000 $474,000 $325,000
2017-2$840,000 $430,000 $459,500 $310,000
2017-1$775,000 $405,000 $437,250 $300,000
2016-4$800,000 $396,500 $425,000 $300,000
2016-3$830,000 $415,000 $439,000 $309,500
2016-2$791,000 $385,000 $425,000 $295,750
2016-1$765,000 $370,000 $403,500 $267,500
2015-4$762,500 $405,000 $400,500 $290,000
2015-3$777,500 $407,000 $421,000 $299,000
2015-2$780,000 $402,500 $415,000 $285,000
2015-1$748,250 $396,000 $390,000 $275,000
2014-4$737,500 $390,000 $405,000 $275,000
2014-3$775,000 $421,250 $390,000 $292,000
2014-2$770,000 $491,000 $390,000 $280,500
2014-1$697,944 $437,500 $372,000 $269,000
2013-4$745,000 $418,000 $384,500 $275,000
2013-3$750,000 $489,000 $385,000 $280,000
2013-2$715,000 $492,500 $375,000 $275,000
2013-1$675,000 $457,500 $355,000 $280,000
2012-4$718,250 $462,250 $378,100 $292,500
2012-3$740,000 $469,500 $390,000 $285,000
2012-2$671,900 $457,000 $377,330 $275,000
2012-1$667,500 $439,000 $359,000 $269,000
2011-4$650,000 $431,000 $370,000 $272,500
2011-3$755,000 $472,500 $385,000 $295,000
2011-2$690,000 $453,000 $380,000 $289,000
2011-1$665,000 $435,000 $370,000 $241,250
2010-4$720,000 $450,000 $390,000 $290,000
2010-3$795,000 $517,000 $400,000 $292,000
2010-2$640,000 $430,000 $386,525 $300,000

Median closing prices in the Hamptons and on the North Fork

Year-QuarterHamptonsNorth Fork
2018-2$975,000 $600,000
2018-1$995,000 $612,500
2017-4$995,000 $597,500
2017-3$890,000 $550,000
2017-2$1,030,000 $551,000
2017-1$995,000 $519,500
2016-4$925,000 $595,000
2016-3$825,000 $515,000
2016-2$975,000 $535,000
2016-1$895,000 $550,000
2015-4$997,000 $522,500
2015-3$950,000 $516,250
2015-2$849,000 $517,400
2015-1$920,500 $465,000
2014-4$975,000 $457,500
2014-3$865,000 $444,500
2014-2$908,500 $477,500
2014-1$880,000 $436,000
2013-4$770,500 $453,500
2013-3$768,000 $410,000
2013-2$920,000 $459,750
2013-1$740,000 $469,000
2012-4$907,000 $482,500
2012-3$765,000 $418,750
2012-2$850,000 $415,000
2012-1$780,000 $418,500
2011-4$780,000 $450,000
2011-3$850,000 $450,000
2011-2$937,500 $427,500
2011-1$699,000 $432,500
2010-4$900,000 $470,000
2010-3$696,000 $489,000
2010-2$900,000 $415,000

And you can read more about Long Island home prices.

Home prices in Long Island's luxury market

The median price of homes sold in the Hamptons, the North Fork and the rest of Long Island

Numbers for the luxury market on Long Island

Year-QuarterLong IslandHamptonsNorth Fork
2018-2$1,050,000$6,300,000$1,995,000
2018-1$995,000$6,600,000$1,525,000
2017-4$1,020,000$5,750,000$1,925,000
2017-3$1,177,000$5,561,500$1,322,500
2017-2$1,125,000$6,175,000$1,975,000
2017-1$1,018,000$5,175,000$1,999,000
2016-4$974,000$5,850,000$2,000,000
2016-3$1,132,500$6,250,000$1,725,000
2016-2$1,050,000$5,500,000$1,797,500
2016-1$1,125,000$5,500,000$1,600,000
2015-4$999,000$8,300,000$1,750,000
2015-3$1,070,000$5,325,000$1,790,000
2015-2$1,075,000$5,550,000$1,347,750
2015-1$1,135,000$5,500,000$1,682,500
2014-4$1,057,500$6,975,000$1,560,000
2014-3$1,145,000$6,504,375$1,250,000
2014-2$999,000$5,200,000$2,200,000
2014-1$987,500$5,650,000$2,630,500
2013-4$997,000$6,000,000$1,674,500
2013-3$1,075,000$4,450,000$1,110,000
2013-2$999,000$4,995,000$1,750,000
2013-1$930,000$3,677,250$1,156,250
2012-4$965,000$6,995,000$1,987,500
2012-3$1,020,000$3,900,000$1,535,000
2012-2$960,000$6,140,000$1,479,000
2012-1$941,500$4,940,000$1,158,000
2011-4$890,000$6,000,000$1,406,250
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