* Closed sales. The 890 June sales represented a 1.2 percent decrease versus last year and above the June 5- year average of 880. The 4,552 cumulative year-to-date sales are .7 percent more than the number sold through June of last year.
* Contract activity. There was a 1.5 percent bump in contract activity compared to last June. The 1,002 overall new pending sales topped the five-year June average by 6.9 percent.
* Listing activity. The number of new listings decreased 7.6 percent compared to last June. The 1,246 new listings is below the five-year June average.
* Inventory. The 1,484 active listings at month's end are 1.4 percent less than at the same point last year.
* Months of Supply. Supply remains scarce relative to demand, continuing to drive a strong seller's market in the District. The 1,484 active listings represent just 2.0 months of supply.
* Prices. June's median sales price was $603,375, beating last year's median and showing the highest June level on record.
* Days on Market (DOM). Half the homes sold in June were on the market 10 days or less prior to contract, two days slower than in June 2017.
* Sales Price to Original List Price Ratios (SP to OLP). Half the sellers received 100.0 percent of original list price or less, the same as last June.