Charleston home sales improve again in July August 15, 2012

  • Charleston County
    “Sales in Charleston County increased from a year ago by nearly 100 sales, as 564 homes sold at a median price of $237,000 in July. Last July, 468 homes sold at a median price of $209,500. The county’s year-to-date sales are up 16% compared to this point last year and median price has increased a healthy 2%. Year-to-date, 3,391 homes have sold at a median price of $225,000; at this point in 2011, 2,931 homes had sold at a median price of $219,949.

    Mount Pleasant (the county’s largest geographic area) saw 171 closings at a median price of $311,768. West Ashley (outside of I-526) ranked the second most active area with 82 sales at a median price of $194,854. The most expensive homes in the county can be found on Sullivan’s Island, where 3 closings resulted in a median price of $1.43 million. The most affordable homes can be found in North Charleston (inside I-526) where 23 sales resulted in a median price of $108,000. (Find additional reports on Charleston County, here.)”

 

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