Southern Westchester communities see biggest bump in home sales trends
With casing deals generally trending overhead in the third quarter of 2021 compared to last time, Houlihan Lawrence broke down deals in particular regions of Westchester County.
In general, the county's southern communities saw strong supplements in orders.
Houlihan Lawrence said the county's southern cities — Bronxville, Eastchester, Edgemont, Scarsdale and Tuckahoe — saw a 24% increase in the number of home deals for the quarter, and the median deals price rise 7%.
The Sound Shore communities, similar as Mamaroneck, Rye City, Rye Neck, and Port Chester, registered an 8% increase in home deals and the median deals price pushed up 13%, according to Houlihan Lawrence.
The gateway-to-New York City communities similar as Mount Vernon, Pelham, New Rochelle and Yonkers, registered a 14% increase in homes vended but the median deals price fell 1%.
The Hudson River municipalities, including Ardsley, Dobbs Ferry, Irvington, Tarrytown, and Ossining, had a 2% increase in homes vended and the median deals price was over 7%.
White Plains, Greenburgh and Valhalla inclusively saw the number of deals rise 28% and the median deals price up 3%.
Northern Westchester, including Bedford, Chappaqua, Katonah, and Somers, saw a 6% drop in the number of home deals but the median trade price over 11%.
Northwestern Westchester, including Croton-on-Hudson and Peekskill, saw the number of deals up 14% and median deals price increase 13%.