COLUMBUS (WCMH) — Delaware and Union Counties again topped the list for the most expensive homes in the Columbus Area Housing Market Update’s most recently-available report.

Delaware County had 379 closed sales in June, with an average sale price of $476,544, down slightly from May’s $479,372.

This home on Sierra Drive in Westerville recently sold for $479,900, which is slightly above Delaware County’s June average sale price.

Union County saw 112 closed sales during the same month, with an average sale price of $403,668. The average price of a home in Union County was up significantly in June, at $403,668. In May, the average price was $377,016.

In Franklin County, the average price of a home dipped slightly to $307,746 in June, from $309,485 in May.

The cheapest counties to buy a home in the Columbus area remain Fayette and Marion counties, at $168,370 and 168,515, respectively.

County Closed Sales In Contracts Average Sale Price Median Sale Price New Listings
Delaware 379 477 $476,544 $425,000 474
Union 112 145 $403,668 $356,412 134
Licking 276 333 $312,466 $290,000 366
Franklin 2,097 2,351 $307,746 $265,000 2,327
Fairfield 230 296 $302,215 $300,000 291
Hocking 18 31 $293,111 $296,500 35
Madison 38 57 $291,534 $263,500 66
Knox 63 66 $258,919 $205,000 75
Pickaway 72 84 $256,121 $250,000 79
Logan 27 36 $249,928 $193,000 31
Perry 19 31 $241,831 $262,500 44
Ross 24 18 $234,052 $211,500 22
Muskingum 30 26 $225,834 $200,000 22
Champaign 29 37 $214,987 $180,000 28
Morrow 24 34 $207,919 $205,000 36
Clark 16 19 $181,782 $174,500 29
Marion 74 99 $168,515 $163,950 90
Fayette 32 58 $168,370 $171,450 62