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See how Coastal Alabama housing markets performed during October

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See how Coastal Alabama housing markets performed during October

Industries: Residential Real Estate

Markets: Baldwin County - All, Baldwin County - Condo Only, Mobile Area

Baldwin County home sales during October rose 20 percent over the same period in 2015, according to the latest data acquired by the Alabama Center for Real Estate

Baldwin County had its best overall month of October since the market bottomed out at 212 units sold during October 2009. 

Here's how Coastal sales stacked up for the month. 

Baldwin County

There were 489 units sold in Baldwin County during October. 

That was a 20 percent rise from last October's 406 units and 30 more than were sold in September. 

Click here for ACRE's October 2016 Baldwin County Residential Report

The five-year average for the month of October (2011-15) was 348. 

Year-to-date, home sales in Baldwin County total 4,703, a 4.3 percent rise over last year. 

Click here for ACRE's full Baldwin County article on Alabama Newscenter

Baldwin County Condo Sales

Baldwin County condo sales totaled 126 for the month of October, 27 more units or 27 percent higher than October 2015. 

Click here for ACRE's full Gulf Coast Condo Report

This was also a 15.6 percent increase over September's 109 units sold. 

The five-year average during October for condo sales in the area was 103. 

Year-to-date, the 1,350 condos sold in Baldwin County represent a 3 percent rise over the same period last year. 

Click here for ACRE's full Gulf Coast Condo article on Alabama Newscenter

Mobile Residential Sales

Mobile residential sales slipped during the month of October. 

There were 329 units sold, compared to 355 a year ago. This was also compared to 404 units that sold during September. 

Click here for ACRE's full Mobile Residential Report

The five-year average for Mobile home sales during October was 299. 

Year-to-date, the 3,843 homes sold in Mobile represent a 5 percent rise over last year. 

Click here for ACRE's full Mobile Residential article on Alabama Newscenter. 

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