Median Listing Price In The US Hits AllTime High

Dated: June 17 2019

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When you put your home on the market, you want the list price to be competitive—but you also want it to be high. Typically, there’s a correlation between your listing price and the offers you receive on your home—so, the higher the list price, the higher offers you’re likely to get.

And if you’re looking to get high offers, now is a great time to list.

According to recent data from, in March, the median home list price in the United States grew 7% year-over-year—and reached $300,000 for the first time. That means that the current median listing price is at the highest point in history.

The Takeaway

What does that mean for you? If you’ve been thinking about listing your home, now is a great time to make a move. With median listing prices at an all-time high, there’s never been a better time to sell—and fetch top dollar for your home.

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Kelly Combs

My name is Kelly Combs and I am a native of Fredericksburg, Va., born and bred. I grew up in the 80’s when Fredericksburg was a small rural town, and I had the joy of evolving from a child to an adu....

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