$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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$199K  
With an identifiable downward trend of new sellers listing homes, including 25 over the last 30 days, and sales that rose to 19 in that same time frame, the Lebanon County market will be getting less crowded. Potential buyers should note that prices went up in Lebanon County, with the median for this period rising from $145,000 to $146,700. Lebanon County is still a strong buyer's market, due to the availability of seven months of remaining inventory, even after the uptick in sales.
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$199K  
The Lebanon County market saw 19 homes go under contract and failed to break out of an emerging downward trend. Despite that, total home sales inched up to 15 over the last 30 days. All indications show that the trend may be coming to an end, meaning more pending transactions over the next few weeks. Potential buyers should note that prices are coming down in Lebanon County, and for this period the median sales price slid from $148,300 to $145,000. Lebanon County is still a strong buyer's market, in spite of the uptick in sales, thanks to the availability of eight months of remaining inventory.
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$199K  
The population of Lebanon County is affluent compared to others in Pennsylvania with a median income of $49,828 per household. It's also considered an expensive county in terms of affordability with a cost of living adjustment score of 100.4. Its three largest cities are Lebanon, Palmyra, and Annville. With a median age of 43 years, homes in Lebanon County tend to be older than most. Topping the list of best schools in the county is Cornwall Elementary School.
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$185K  
Over the past 30 days, there have been fewer price cuts in the Lebanon County market, continuing a three-week declining trend to land at 23. However, home sales were up to 12 over the same period. Prices are falling in Lebanon County, and this period the median price of all sales fell from $160,850 to $148,300. Even after the uptick in sales, an elevated 11 months of inventory tells us that Lebanon County is still a definite buyer's market.
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$199K  
In this week's report, the number of homes sold in the Lebanon County market fell to 10 over the past 30 days, a decrease of 16.7% from last week's report. In comparison, nearby Berks County had 371 sales in the same time frame, the most of all neighboring counties. Potential buyers should note that prices went up in Lebanon County, with the median for this period rising from $157,500 to $160,850. Along with the slip in sales, a relatively high 13 months of inventory indicates that Lebanon County is a strong buyer's market.
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$105K  
A nine-week rough patch for the overall sales trend continues in the Lebanon County market. Also, the actual number of sales dropped 20.0% over the last 30 days to land at 12. As sales trended lower, prices have also been falling. The median sales price dropped to $157,500, extending a four-week long spiral. With a downward trend in sales numbers and prices, and 11 months of inventory still left to work through, Lebanon County is a definite buyer's market.
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