As of December 31, 2017, the inventory of homes for sale came in at 149 homes, compared to 173 for December, 2016. That’s a drop of 24 units, representing a decrease of 13.9%. The number of months supply of homes for sale declined from 1.7 to 1.4, a loss of 17.6%. A relentless seller’s market has cooled somewhat, as evident in the percent of original list price received, which was 96.8% last December, but has now decreased to 96.1%, a loss of .7%. The current median sales price of $289,000 represents a modest $1,500 increase from December, 2016, a gain of .5%.