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Which St Louis Area County Saw Biggest Increase In Home Prices & Sales During 2016?

As I have reported over the past couple of days, the St Louis MSA as well as all of the counties that make up the St Louis, Missouri house market, saw an increase in home sales and prices during 2016 from the year before.  But which county fared the best during 2016, seeing the highest increase in the median price of homes sold as well as the biggest increase in the number of homes sold?  Well, at the top of the list is Franklin County.

During 2016, the median price of homes sold in Franklin County was $146,500, an increase of 10.98 percent from 2015 when the median home price of homes sold in the Franklin County was $132,000, according to MORE, REALTORS and depicted in the table below.  There were a total of 1,215 homes sold in Franklin County during 2016, an increase of 10.15 percent from 2015 when there were 1,103 homes sold.  As the chart below the table illustrates, St Louis home prices and sales have been trending upward at a fairly consistent rate over the past two years.

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Franklin County Home Prices and Home Sales – 2015 and 2016
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Franklin County Home Prices and Home Sales - 2015 and 2016

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Franklin County

Home Prices and Home Sales – 2015 and 2016 – CHART
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Franklin County Home Prices and Home Sales - 2015 and 2016 - CHART

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