The median price for a home in the high-end Lake Tahoe real estate market continued to climb in the third quarter, according to Nevada-based Chase International Real Estate.
The median price of a Lake Tahoe home increased 5 percent year-over-year to $482,500.
Chase said homes priced at less than $1 million saw an annual surge in sales, 9 percent, while those selling for more than $1 million dropped 11 percent, which Chase attributed to low inventory of available lakefront properties.
Chase said the Tahoe City and south shore markets saw year-over-year sales gains at 6 percent and 14 percent, respectively.
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The east shore had the biggest annual jump in the median home price, 19 percent, to $755,000.