June 2018 Real Estate Transactions

Sales volume falls, value continues to rise...
Barnstable County Register of Deeds John F. Meade

From Barnstable Register of Deeds John F Meade:

JOHN F. MEADE, REGISTER OF DEEDS REPORT OF BARNSTABLE COUNTY REAL ESTATE ACTIVITY FOR THE MONTH OF JUNE 2018  SALES VOLUME FALLS & VALUE CONTINUES TO RISE!   Barnstable County Register of Deeds, John F. Meade, reports that the volume of real estate sales in June 2018 was down 7.6% from June 2017 volume and the total value of sales was down 1.2% from the previous year.  T

he median individual property sale value was up 6.9% from the previous year.  There was an 8.3% decrease in the volume of mortgage activity from June 2017 levels. Year to Date: Volume of Sales is down 4.5%; Total Value of Sales is down 0.7%; Individual Sales Value is up 5%; Mortgage Volume is down 7.1%.

Register Meade reports that there were 832 deeds recorded at the Barnstable Registry of Deeds in June 2018 with stated sales values above $50,000.00 representing a stated value of $415,044,143.00 in county-wide real estate sales. Based on all property sales valued above $50,000.00, the median sale price of property in Barnstable County in June 2018 was $385,000.00. There were 1,121 mortgages recorded with values above $50,000.00 in June 2018 with a total value of $383,819,142.00.  The median mortgage amount, commercial, residential or other, was $275,000.00.

By way of comparison, there were 900 deeds recorded at the Barnstable Registry of Deeds in June 2017 with stated sales values above $50,000.00 representing a stated value of $419,910,461.00 in county-wide real estate sales. Based on all property sales valued above $50,000.00, the median sale price of property in Barnstable County in June 2017 was $360,000.00. There were 1,222 mortgages recorded...


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