Charleston Home Sales Up in Last 4 of 5 Months

Homes sales have increased vs last year in the latest Charleston statistical data.  This is great news for homeowners as this obviously means more buyer activity.  Not only that, but the existing number of active homes on the market have decreased once again- making for an even more healthy overall real estate market in Charleston.

The results could potentially be even better.  Don't forget that the Home Buyers Tax Credit expired last year in June, making for an abnormally high amount of sales for those number of months in 2010.

Number of active homes on the market are down (great), number of buyers purchasing in Charleston are up (great), but also keep an eye on home values.  I'm seeing some pockets in Charleston in the positive numbers, but in most areas I am still seeing a decline in home values.  I can get you in-depth statistics for any area in Charleston to make a wise investment decision...Just ask!


Charleston Monthly Home Sales Comparison


Again, if I can get any statistical data for you regarding any particular area in Charleston, or for any neighborhood in Charleston, please let me know.  The numbers truly do speak for themselves, plus I can give you a local's perspective on which specific areas should see positive sustainable growth in the coming years.  I have seen many changes in the Charleston area within the last few decades.



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