$600K  
The Hardy County market saw 10 homes go under contract and failed to break out of an established downward trend. Along with that, total home sales dropped to 12 over the last 30 days. Prices are falling in Hardy County, and this period the median price of all sales fell from $117,500 to $104,950. With a downward trend in contracts numbers and 21 months of inventory still left to work through, Hardy County is a strong buyer's market.
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Hardy County is a smaller-than-average county in West Virginia with a population of 14,025 residents. Also, it has a much lower than average density with 24.1 people per square mile. 26836, 26851, and 26812 are its three most populated zip codes. With an ownership ratio of 55.2%, most people in Hardy County are homeowners. The best school in the county is East Hardy High School.
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$600K  
The Hardy County market was healthy this week as sales rose 15.4% to hit 15 homes sold over the last 30 days. To put it in perspective, close-by Frederick County registered 115 home sales in the same period, the most of all surrounding counties. Potential buyers should note that prices are coming down in Hardy County, and for this period the median sales price slid from $125,000 to $110,000. Despite the uptick in sales, there are still 16 months of inventory left to work through, meaning Hardy County is still a definite buyer's market.
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$138K  
With a recent upward trend of new sellers listing homes, including 28 over the last 30 days, and sales that remained the same at 13 in that same time frame, the Hardy County market will be steady. 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 dropped dramatically to $125,000, down from last week's $170,000. With no movement in sales and the availability of 18 months of inventory, Hardy County is a definite buyer's market.
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$395K  
Sales in the Hardy County market rose to 16 homes sold over the last 30 days, while the number of sellers reducing their list prices reached 15, which continues a confirmed upward trend in price reductions. All indications show that the trend may be coming to an end, meaning less price reductions over the next few weeks. Prices are rising in Hardy County, and the median sales price this period increased from $151,500 to $175,750. Hardy County is still a solid buyer's market, due to the availability of nine months of remaining inventory, even after the uptick in sales.
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$995K  
Despite a 20.0% reduction in sales over the last 30 days, the Hardy County market extended a six-week hot streak with a total of 12 homes sold in that span. All indications show that the trend may be coming to an end, meaning less sales over the next few weeks. The median sales price climbed to $167,250, up from last week's $153,000. Hardy County is a strong buyer's market, thanks to a big 11 months of inventory to choose from and a pullback in sales.
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The population of Hardy County is affluent compared to others in West Virginia with a median income of $40,532 per household. It's also considered an expensive county in terms of affordability with a cost of living adjustment score of 86.8. The three zip codes with the largest populations are 26836, 26851, and 26812. With a median age of 27 years, homes in Hardy County tend to be relatively old. Heading the list of top schools in the county is East Hardy High School.
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$600K  
The Hardy County market was healthy in this week's report, as the number of home sales rose 16.7%, pushing the total to 14 homes sold over the last 30 days. Within the same time period, Frederick County had 90 sales, the most of all counties in the area. Potential buyers should note that prices went up in Hardy County, with the median for this period rising from $165,750 to $167,250. Even after the uptick in sales, an elevated nine months of inventory tells us that Hardy County is still a solid buyer's market.
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$149K  
The Hardy County market was busy this week as sales rose 20.0% to hit 12 homes sold over the last 30 days. To put it in perspective, close-by Frederick County registered 79 home sales in the same period, the most of all surrounding counties. Potential buyers should note that prices went up in Hardy County, with the median for this period rising from $149,000 to $165,750. Even after the uptick in sales, an elevated 10 months of inventory tells us that Hardy County is still a definite buyer's market.
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$995K  
A record 10 homes were sold in the Hardy County market over the last 30 days, which is a new high going back to December. This is a 11.1% jump and comes on top of an extended three-week steady increase in sales activity. During the same time frame, Frederick County had the most sales of any other neighboring county with 82. The amount of available homes slid to 13 months worth, a three-month low, likely depleted as sales reached a plateau. Hardy County is still a definite buyer's market, in spite of the rising sales and prices, thanks to the availability of 13 months of remaining inventory.
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