The single family segment of the market remained healthy with notable gains when compared to this time last year. The number of transactions increased 5%, while the average and median sale prices increased 10% and 5%, respectively. The single family segment experienced an increase in total dollar volume, up 20% when compared to this time last year. Through the third quarter of 2015, there was only 1 single family home transaction under $500,000 and comparatively, there were 10 single family home transactions in this price range during the same time last year. The majority of single family home transactions (about 41%) were in the $500,000-$1 million price range. The number of transactions over $5 million doubled when compared to this time last year, with 16 transactions in 2015. The area with the most single family home transactions was the Town of Jackson. This area experienced an average sale price increase of approximately 11%. The shortage of inventory varied greatly by area and price range, however, single family inventory decreased 3% compared to a year ago.