Vacation Home Sales Reach 2nd Highest Mark Since 2006 [INFOGRAPHIC]

Some Highlights:

  • 58% of vacation homes purchased were single family homes.
  • 51% of vacation homes that were purchased were found online.
  • The median price of a vacation home is up 28% from 2014.

Vacation Home Sales Reach 2nd Highest Mark Since 2006 [INFOGRAPHIC]



Some Highlights: 58% of vacation homes purchased were single family homes. 51% of vacation homes that were purchased were found online. The median price of a vacation home is up 28% from 2014.

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Vacation Home Sales Reach 2nd Highest Mark Since 2006 [INFOGRAPHIC]



Some Highlights:

  • 58% of vacation homes purchased were single family homes.
  • 51% of vacation homes that were purchased were found online.
  • The median price of a vacation home is up 28% from 2014.

Vacation Home Sales Reach 2nd Highest Mark Since 2006 [INFOGRAPHIC]



Some Highlights: 58% of vacation homes purchased were single family homes. 51% of vacation homes that were purchased were found online. The median price of a vacation home is up 28% from 2014.

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