The leaves may be falling but home prices on Long Island continue to soar up, up, up

Long Island home prices kept climbing last month, hitting a new high in Suffolk County as the suburban homebuying scramble extended into September.

Homes in Suffolk sold for a median price of $464,375 last month, up 13% compared with a year earlier, OneKey MLS, the multiple listing service that includes Long Island, reported Thursday.

In Nassau County, the median sale price increased year-over-year by 9.3%, to $590,000, the multiple listing service reported.

September marked the second month in a row that Suffolk sale prices have set new records. In August, homes in Suffolk traded for a median price of $456,000, and Nassau home prices set a record high of $595,000.

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Photo: OneKey MLS

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