Top 10 Major Metros with Highest Home Seller Gains

The ATTOM Data Solutions’ recently released Q3 2019 Home Sales Report cited that U.S. median home prices have reached a new high. According to the report, single-family homes and condos sold for a median price of $270,000 in Q3 2019, up 2.9 percent from Q2 2019 and up 8.3 percent from Q3 2018.

The report also noted that homeowners who sold in Q3 2019 earned a median profit that ticked up to a post-recession high of 34.5 percent, up from 34.4 percent last quarter and 34.3 percent from a year ago.

Homeowners who sold in Q3 2019 realized an average home price gain since purchase of $68,686, up from an average gain of $66,995 from last quarter and up from an average gain of $63,750 a year ago. The average home seller gain of $68,686 in the third quarter represented an average 34.5 percent return as a percentage of original purchase price.

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