According to a recent mid-year 2013 report from the SC Board of Realtors, the CHS region is outpacing the state in terms of days on market and prices. No surprise to any of us on the ground in this great city. Tyrone Richardson of The Post and Courier has the story.
For the first time since 2006, February home sales hit four digits, up 19% from February 2014, and with a median price of $212k. Warren Wise of The Post and Courier has the February update from the Charleston Trident Association of Realtors.
August home sales in the CHS region were up 3% for the month of August as compared to last August. Year-to-date 2014 sales are up 8% and prices are up 4.9%, according to a report from the Charleston Trident Association of Realtors, and an article from Ashley Barker of The Charleston Regional Business Journal.
No surprise, the CHS residential real estate market continues to lead the Palmetto State, with just over 5,000 homes sold thru June and a continual improving key statistic – days on market, now at 78, vs 85 this time last year. Tyrone Richardson of The Post and Courier has the brief article that references a recent report from the SC Realtors. Tyrone also reports the CHS region’s foreclosure rate continues to fall as does delinquent home loans.
The Association reports just under 1,300 home sales in May, up a scant 1.3% from last May as inventory levels are falling (down 4.6%). Overall, for the first five months of 2013, total home sales are just over 5,000 and are up 6% from April, whereas we were up 21% in May 2013 vs May 2012; today’s median price stands at $218,000, up $6,000 from May 2013. The Post and Courier’s Tyrone Richardson has the article.
Tyrone Richardson of The Post and Courier reports the Charleston Trident Association of Realtors reported yesterday that first quarter home sales in the CHS region were up 11% from last year’s first quarter and prices to a median of $210,000, up 15%, as inventory is dwindling. The biggest home sales growth areas: Daniel Island and Cane Bay Plantation in Goose Creek.
Although February was slow amid some signfiicant local weather challenges, home sales thus far in 2014 in the CHS region continue to forge ahead, with homes sales up 14% from the Jan-Feb time period of 2013. Home prices are also up, 10% over the same period. Tyrone Richardson of The Post and Courier has the story.