June home sales: Price and sales down
The median price, for those who prefer that measurement, was down almost 7 percent.
Homeowners who sold in June got 92 percent of what they were asking for, or at least 92 percent of their most recent asking price. (It was 95 percent a year earlier.)
All the suburban counties in the metro area saw average prices drop, with the largest coming in Carroll and Howard counties. They were down almost 13 percent. Average prices rose about 5 percent in Baltimore City.
Sales, meanwhile, fell the most in the city -- almost 40 percent -- and the least in Howard (25 percent).
Now I'm off to do some number-crunching. Want more details in the meantime? See the MRIS statistics HERE.