Pioneer Valley Real Estate update for April is reporting an influx of buyers looking and sales down due to lack of inventory. The interest rates are still at an all time low and this is one of the main reasons why the real estate market is continuing to do well. You will continue to see positive news throughout this year and possibly into the next.
In April, Franklin County, sales rose 37.5 percent from 24 to 33 and the median sales price fell 5.9 percent from $168,450 to $158,500.
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