- Closed sales of existing homes rose 64% year-over-year in Flagler County and 46% in Volusia in April
- The median sale price of homes sold in April rose 20% year-over-year in Flagler and rose 18% in Volusia
- Cash purchases of homes in April rose 156% year-over-year in Volusia and rose 79% in Flagler
DAYTONA BEACH — Despite inventories shrinking to new record lows, the number of homes sold in both Volusia and Flagler counties in April shot up, did median sale prices, according to area Realtor association reports.
And for the first time ever, the median percent of the original list price received rose to 100% in the combined two-county area.
“Never have I seen the median sales price be 100% of original asking in my 23 years as a Realtor,” said Bill Navarra, the broker/owner of Realty Pros Assured in Ormond Beach.
In April, half of all the closed sales of existing single-family homes…