Home Sales Less Impacted in June

Posted: 07.21.20

 Home Sales Less Impacted in June

With the economy starting to rebound, home sales in Wisconsin were less impacted in June compared to May's slowdown. “The pandemic led to a big slide in sales in May, but we're seeing home sales pick back up in our area and across the state,” said RANWW Executive Vice President Brenda Barnhardt.

According to the Wisconsin REALTORS® Association, sales in June were down just 4.5% compared to the same month in 2019. This is a great improvement in comparison to the 24.3% drop in May.

Locally, sales in Dunn County were actually up 14.5% in June compared to June 2019. Year-to-date, sales in Dunn County are up 9.1% compared to the previous year at this time. Year-to-date sales in Chippewa County are up 11.9%.

“Our local REALTORS® have worked hard during the pandemic to continue to help our friends and neighbors find their next home, and I'm proud that the numbers reflect that in June,” said Gary Brenizer, RANWW board president.

The REALTORS® Association of Northwestern Wisconsin is the professional trade association that all professional REALTORS® residing within the association jurisdiction belong to. The association provides educational opportunities for its members, is active in local, state and national advocacy efforts, engages in community outreach through charitable giving, operates its own private foundation to help homeowners in need and remains a positive force for the members they serve.

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