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Long Island home prices in January

Driven by short supply, the median price of a home sold in Nassau County rose to $503,500 in January, 6 percent above the price in January 2017, according to information from Multiple Listing Services. In Suffolk, the price increased 5.9 percent to $359,000. The charts below show the most recent monthly prices in dark blue and then prices for the same month from the previous year in light blue for comparison. You can read more about the home price trend here.

The price data

SuffolkRecentPrior Year% change
Jan$359,000$339,0005.9
Dec$363,000$335,0008.4
Nov$355,000$335,0006
Oct$360,000$339,0006.2
Sep$360,000$349,0003.2
Aug$370,900$352,0005.4
Jul$365,000$345,0005.8
Jun$362,500$340,0006.6
May$335,000$339,900-1.4
Apr$340,000$312,0009
Mar$329,990$308,6006.9
Feb$329,000$314,5004.6
NassauRecentPrior Year% change
Jan$503,500$475,0006
Dec$496,000$469,0005.8
Nov$487,250$459,0006.2
Oct$499,000$470,0006.2
Sep$510,000$465,0009.7
Aug$512,000$485,0005.6
Jul$524,000$478,0009.6
Jun$500,000$477,7504.7
May$480,000$450,0006.7
Apr$475,000$440,0008
Mar$467,500$430,0008.7
Feb$449,000$440,0002

Javascript charts via amCharts.com.