$2.8M  
The Greenville market remained sluggish this week as sales dropped 50.0% to land at one home sold over the last 30 days. In comparison, nearby Wilmington had 93 sales in the same time frame, the most of all neighboring cities. The median sales price of homes sold came in at $950,000, which extended a price upswing to four weeks. Greenville is a definite buyer's market, due to a big 26 months of inventory left and aided by the dip in sales.
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$2.8M  
Home sales in the Greenville market dipped below its average sales volume for the prior 12-month period. In this week's report, they dropped 50.0% to two homes sold over the last 30 days. Meanwhile, close-by Wilmington reported 90 homes sales, the highest number from all the surrounding cities. The median sales price tumbled to $675,000, down from last week's $851,065. Greenville is a definite buyer's market, due to a big 12 months of inventory left and aided by the dip in sales.
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$2.8M  
The Greenville market will be more intense, as not only have sales risen this week to four homes sold over the last 30 days, but there is a recent upward trend of new listings, with nine going live in the same time frame. All indications show that the trend may be coming to an end, meaning less new listings over the next few weeks. The median sales price climbed to $851,065, up from last week's $752,130.
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Greenville is an average-sized city in Delaware with a population of 2,326 residents. Also, it has a much lower than average density with 847.8 people per square mile. Keep in mind, 48.2% of the homes in Greenville are owned, while 29.0% are rented. Topping the list of best schools in the city is Dupont High School.
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$2.2M  
A record four homes were sold in the Greenville market over the last 30 days, which is a new high going back to January. This is a 33.3% jump from the previous period. In comparison, Wilmington had 76 sales in the same time frame, the most of all nearby municipalities. There are four months of inventory remaining in Greenville, and the market is swinging toward the seller, but that may be offset as the median sales price dropped to $618,565 this week.
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$1.6M  
The Greenville market showed strong improvement this week as sales rose 200.0% to reach three homes sold over the last 30 days, breaking above the average sales volume for the prior 12 months. To put it in perspective, close-by Wilmington registered 83 homes sold in the same time frame, the most of all surrounding cities. The median sales price in Greenville rose dramatically to $752,130 while months of inventory plummeted to four.
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$1.4M  
The Greenville market saw one home go under contract and failed to break out of a budding downward trend. Along with that, total home sales fell to one over the last 30 days. All indications show that the trend should continue, meaning less pending transactions over the next few weeks. The median sales price rose to $485,000 over the latest reporting period for Greenville, up from $437,500. A downturn in contracts, coupled with the availability of 10 months of inventory, prove that Greenville is a solid buyer's market.
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$525K  
The Greenville market closed in on its 12-month sales average this week with two homes sold over the last 30 days. In comparison, nearby Wilmington had 90 sales in the same time frame, the most of all neighboring cities. Potential buyers should take note that the median sales price in Greenville rose to $437,500 and that there are four months of inventory still available.
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$449K  
Fewer sellers put their homes up for sale in the Greenville market over the last 30 days and the number of new listings fell this week to four. Home sales remained unchanged from the prior period and once again one home was sold. Prices fell lower as this week's reported median sales price of $390,000 continued a four-week downward trend. With prices falling, the availability of 10 months of inventory means that Greenville is a definite buyer's market.
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$1.8M  
Greenville is one of the most high priced places to live in Delaware with a cost of living adjustment score of 180.7. On top of being ranked the most expensive city, it also ranks as the third-wealthiest with a median income of $105,342 per household. Homes in Greenville are relatively old with a median age of 38 years. Topping the list of best schools in the city is Dupont High School.
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