Luxury Residential Market Recovering Nicely

The Post and Courier’s Jim Parker offers an article on the rebounding (er, rebounded) high-end housing market.  Some interesting stats:  1) there are some 634 home listings in Charleston Trident Association of Realtors’ online property search from $1M to $3.5M; 2) 49 are between $3.5M and $10M; 3) two are above $10M; 4) 61 homes sales above $1M thus far in 2014 (40% more than mid-2013′ stats) and that is just those south of the Crosstown, and 17 of those are more than $2.5M; and, 5) currently there are 147 homes for sale above $1M and south of the Crosstown.  One realtor attributed the high-end boom and recovery to:  “nationally recognized restaurants, thriving creative arts and tech scenes, and carefully preserved historic district, downtown Charleston offers a rare combination of beauty and charm, walkability, living history and sophistication.”


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Posted on July 14, 2014, in CHS, CHS SFR Residential Market, Downtown CHS, Market Reports, The Post and Courier, Transactions and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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