$199K  
Lebanon County has a cost of living adjustment score of 100.4, which is expensive when compared to others in Pennsylvania. Also, the area is considered affluent with a median income of $49,828 per household. Lebanon, Palmyra, and Annville are its three most populated cities. With a median age of 43 years, homes in Lebanon County tend to be older than most. The best school in the county is Cornwall Elementary School.
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$199K  
The Lebanon County market broke below its 12-month average sales volume this week as sales fell 10.5% to hit 17 homes sold over the last 30 days. Within the same time period, Berks County had 327 sales, the most of all counties in the area. Pricing in Lebanon County remains consistent from last week to this week, with the median sales price at $179,900 again. Lebanon County is a definite buyer's market, thanks to a big seven months of inventory to choose from and a pullback in sales.
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$199K  
There have been 17 homes sold in the Lebanon County market over the last 30 days. During the same period, the number of new listings totaled 10, the fewest since last January. When comparing other close-by counties within the same period, the most came from Berks County with 257 new listings. The median sales price climbed to $180,000 over the latest reporting period for Lebanon County, up from $157,450. In spite of the drop in new listings, with the availability of seven months of inventory, Lebanon County is still a solid buyer's market.
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$235K  
Over the last 30 days, an extended downward trend of new sellers coming into the Lebanon County market continued, with 12 listings in this week's report. Meanwhile, sales rose, with 20 homes selling during the same period. All indications show that the trend should continue, meaning less new listings over the next few weeks. Potential buyers should note that prices went up in Lebanon County, with the median for this period rising from $157,000 to $157,450.
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$199K  
Home sales in the Lebanon County market dipped below its average sales volume for the prior 12-month period. In this week's report, they fell 5.6% to 17 homes sold over the last 30 days. Meanwhile, Berks County reported 379 home sales, the highest number from all the surrounding counties. The median sales price dropped to $157,000, down from last week's $157,450. Lebanon County is a strong buyer's market, thanks to a big seven months of inventory to choose from and a pullback in sales.
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$1.4M  
The Lebanon County market pulled back with a 5.3% sales drop in this week's report. However, overall sales numbers for the last 30 days remained above the monthly average (17.2) with 18 homes sold. Meanwhile, Berks County reported 366 home sales, the highest number from all the surrounding counties. Months of inventory continued a steady fall, trending downwards for four weeks to reach six months.
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$199K  
With 133,568 residents, Lebanon County is an average-sized county in Pennsylvania. Also, with 369.1 people per square mile, it has a higher than average density in comparison to other parts of the state. The three cities with the largest populations are Lebanon, Palmyra, and Annville. It should be noted that at 67.7%, most people own their homes in Lebanon County. The top school in the county is Cornwall Elementary School.
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$1.4M  
Sales rose to 19 homes sold over the last 30 days in the Lebanon County market. Sellers can expect less competition, however, due to a six-week downward trend in homes coming into the market, now down to 18 for the same period. All indications show that the trend should continue, meaning less new listings over the next few weeks. The median sales price remained unchanged over the latest reporting period for Lebanon County, coming in at $170,000.
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$9.9M  
The Lebanon County market saw sales reduction 15.8% this week but it is currently in the midst of an emerging upward sales trend, including 16 homes sold over the last 30 days. Potential buyers should note that prices went up in Lebanon County, with the median for this period rising from $154,900 to $175,250. Lebanon County is a strong buyer's market, due to a big eight months of inventory left and aided by the dip in sales.
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$1.4M  
The Lebanon County market saw sales remain steady this week at 19 homes sold over the last 30 days, while it undergoes a determined downward trend in price reductions, with 14 in the same time frame. Prices are rising in Lebanon County, and the median sales price this period increased from $146,700 to $154,900. Along with flat sales, a relatively high seven months of inventory indicates that Lebanon County is a definite buyer's market.
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