Is that last years number or an actual historical average?
It's tough to go back and pull snapshots of what was actively for sale in the past. I can tell you that I've been in the business for a decade and Danville usually has 200-250 or so listings in the Spring and Summer and about half of that in the lows of Winter.
Interest rates were higher last year. Realtors and brokers are trying to get people to lock into a monthly payment instead of looking at the total price. I think this is also running up prices. I see homes in Danville that would be in the 400 to 500K range normally, but are priced in the 600 to 700K range. It seems that sellers are still all over the map in their pricing, not even looking at comparables. I see one awesome 700K home and total rehab priced the same.