Cleveland and suburban Cuyahoga County home prices up in January
Home sale prices in Cuyahoga County were up in January over a year ago in both the suburbs and the city of Cleveland.
In the suburbs, the median price for a single-family home was $136,750 last month, up from $125,000 from January 2019, cleveland.com's monthly tracking of county home sales data found.
In the city of Cleveland, the median price last month was $47,500, up from $39,900 in January 2019.
However, prices countywide were down a bit from December, following the normal winter housing trends in the area. In each of the last two years, after dipping in the winter, the prices climbed countywide in the spring and hit yearly highs in June.
Combining sales for both Cleveland the the suburbs, the median price was $105,000 in January, up from $99,950 a year ago but down from $109,000 in December.
The cleveland.com analysis of county property transfer records includes single-family homes only, excluding both condos and duplexes, as well as sheriff's deed transactions and the handful of sales under $1,000.