More home sales information coming your way
Today, let's look at Hardin County home sales data for the month of May. There is good news in Lumberton, and all of Hardin County. Home sales prices are way up to a median price of $219,725. That's a jump of 31.2% since last May.
"Seems like an anomaly doesn't it?"
I don't think prices have gone up 31.2% in a year. There is another factor to look at and that is the decrease in sales. Sales are down 44.9% from last May.
That's likely an anomaly also. From what I can gather looking at the data sales are off the normal May sales pace. Not to surprising given the last few months of Covid, Quarantine, Shut Downs, etc.
What to make of all this-
If you are looking to buy or sell in Lumberton it is important to know your specific neighborhood sales data. Call it the micro data. You will need an experienced Realtor with access to the MLS to help you with that. I'm hear to help if you are ready to buy or sell a home in Lumberton or any part of Southeast Texas.