Ada County's home prices, which plummeted by 16% year-over-year in March, have made a surprising rebound, ending September at nearly the same figures as the previous year. This stability amidst rising mortgage rates paints a captivating picture of the current housing market's resilience.
In Ada County, the median single-family home price fell just 0.9% from a year earlier, settling at $535,000. Home prices in Canyon County declined 2.6% to $415,990. Both counties saw a more than 2% increase from the previous month.
In the Treasure Valley, there are currently 2,333 homes for sale, a staggering 37% decrease from last October. Given the current sales pace, this represents a 2.3-month supply of homes on the market.
With few homeowners selling,…