A revival in Palm Beach County home prices lured more than 2,300 new listings onto the market last month, a 5-year high that should help replenish an emaciated inventory that is nearly half of what it was in 2012.
Median sale prices on single-family homes were up 16 percent in August from last year to $250,000, while closed deals also rallied with a 17 percent jump, according to a report released Thursday by the Realtors Association of the Palm Beaches.
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