Charleston home sales continue to improve! July 19, 2012

Here’s the local county-by-county breakout from the Charleston Trident Association of Realtors for June:

  • Berkeley County: 198 homes sold at a median price of $164,892 in Berkeley County in June. The most active area of the county was near Jedburg (bordered by Highway 17A and College Park) with 49 sales at a median price of $155,000. The most affordable area of the county is Cross/St. Stephen, where the median sale price was $99,000. The most expensive homes in the county can be found on Daniel Island, where the median price was $447,550.
  • Charleston County: Once again, sales in Charleston County accounted for more than half of the area’s total sales, with 619 homes sold at a median price of $239,500. In Mount Pleasant, the County’s largest geographic area, 193 homes sold at a median price of $303,000. Outside of Mount Pleasant, the County’s most active area was West Ashley (outside I-526) with 75 sales at a median price of $197,000; followed closely by activity in North Charleston (outside I-526) where 70 homes sold at a median price of $123,250. The most affordable area of the county remains North Charleston (inside I-526) where the median sale price was $100,500—although the area achieved a significant benchmark in June—the median price in this area has not cleared the $100,000 mark since December 2010.
  • Dorchester County: 189 homes sold at a median price of $157,500 in Dorchester County in June. The most active area of the County was Summerville/Ridgeville, with 88 sales at a median price of $179,924. The most affordable area of the County is St. George/Harleyville, where the median sale price was $37,500.
 

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