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July home prices on Long Island

Median sales prices were up on Long Island despite a decline in the number of homes sold

Home prices jumped 6.8 percent in Suffolk in July to $390,000 compared with July 2017, while in Nassau prices were up 3.8 percent in the year to $540,000, according to data supplied by the Multiple Listing Service of Long Island. The interactive charts show the year-over-year changes for the past 12 months. You can read more here.

Median home prices in Nassau

Median home prices in Suffolk

JavaScript charts via amCharts.com

Details for both counties

NassauCurrent yearPrior yearPercent change
Jul. 2018$540,000 $520,000 3.8
Jun. 2018$519,000 $500,000 3.8
May 2018$515,000 $480,000 7.3
Apr. 2018$490,000 $475,000 3.2
Mar. 2018$500,000 $467,000 7.1
Feb. 2018$504,250 $449,000 12.3
Jan. 2018$500,000 $475,000 5.3
Dec. 2017$495,000 $469,000 5.5
Nov. 2017$487,250 $459,000 6.2
Oct. 2017$499,000 $470,000 6.2
Sep. 2017$510,000 $465,000 9.7
Aug. 2017$512,000 $485,000 5.6
    
SuffolkCurrent yearPrior yearPercent change
Jul. 2018$390,000 $365,000 6.8
Jun. 2018$375,000 $362,500 3.4
May 2018$367,750 $335,000 9.8
Apr. 2018$360,000 $340,000 5.9
Mar. 2018$351,500 $329,995 6.5
Feb. 2018$355,223 $329,000 8
Jan. 2018$358,500 $339,000 5.8
Dec. 2017$361,000 $335,000 7.8
Nov. 2017$355,000 $335,000 6
Oct. 2017$359,999 $339,000 6.2
Sep. 2017$360,000 $349,000 3.2
Aug. 2017$371,000 $352,000 5.4