Charleston Homes Closed up 24% Over Last Year
As promised I’m going to give you the latest Charleston real estate news and statistics each month as they become available to me by Carolina One. The latest figures show:
- Homes Closed are up 24% over 2012 and up 39% over 2011! That’s incredibly good news for those looking to sell.
- The Median Sales Price and Price/Sq Ft. are both up 8%-9%. If you would like specific breakdowns for your area or neighborhood, let me know. We’ll look at it together before we list to determine the right sales price.
- The Scoreboard shows the Top 10 Companies with Active Listings and Closed Sales for the Entire Tri-County MLS area. Caroline One Real Estate is #1 yet again. I’m happy to be a part of this fantastic group of dedicated Realtors for Charleston.
For my buyers, there is plenty of inventory on the market, but it’s not saturated. I’m personally getting more and more listings each week. I’d love to help you with your home sell as well.
Here’s a look at the areas I list the most in – Mount Pleasant, Isle of Palms and Sullivan’s Island:
And, boy are these properties selling!
I have median sales prices, homes closed and average price/sq ft information available for each MLS. Looks like North Charleston – Inside 526 (often referred to as “the neck”) – saw one of the largest increases in price/sq ft with a 25% growth from 2012-2013. Awendaw/McClellanville saw the largest with a 37% increase. Could be two interesting areas to watch!
OK, call me! Let’s look at the data, set the right price, and list together home sellers! And, home buyers, I’m ready to show you some awesome properties! Let’s roll!