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The NYSAR noted a mostly wet, sloppy February weather-wise for impacting sales but that "buyers have shown determination toward achieving their homeownership goals."
That's the highest annual increase in at least five years, NYSAR data shows.
The state-wide average shows a balanced market (6.3), according to NYSAR.
As such, the Affordability Index bears watching, according to the NYSAR report.
One trend hasn't changed: Monroe County continues to have the fewest homes on the market in the state, with a months supply of just two months, according to NYSAR.
Moses Seuram, ABR, AHWD, CBR, CIPS, GREEN, SFR, SRES, has taken the oath of office as the 2018 president-elect of the New York State Association of Realtors (NYSAR).
The number of homes on the market in the Rochester area in June rose 11 percent month over month, and 3.9 percent year over year, according to reports released today by the New York State Association of Realtors (NYSAR).<br />While the months supply of homes for sale in Monroe County remains a statewide low at just two months, that's up from the 1.8 months supply posted in May.<br />The median sales price continued to climb, rising 3.2 percent in June to $159,900 compared to the $154,000 in May.
Copersino has served as a NYSAR director since 2010 and on numerous committees.
The continuing lack of houses on the market in Monroe County contributed to a 15.8 percent jump in home prices compared to last year.<br />The May housing market report from the New York State Association of Realtors (NYSAR) shows the median sale price of houses in Monroe County rose from $133,000 in May 2017 to $154,000 in May of this year.
As an avid volunteer, Kramer has been involved in many HGAR committees, and has also served in various capacities at the New York State Association of REALTORS[R] (NYSAR).
At the state level, Vernazza has served as a director since 2008 and is a past member of the NYSAR Realtors Honor Society.
The young professional award winners achieve this by being active in LIBOR, the New York State Association of Realtors NYSAR and the National Association of Realtors.