May 2018 Greenville SC Real Estate Market

May 2018

The Greater Greenville SC Real Estate Market

The National Association of Realtors® reported that after moving upward for two straight months, existing-home sales nationally retreated in April on both a monthly and annualized basis. All four major regions (South, West, Midwest, & Northeast) saw no gain in sales activity last month.

The Greenville SC Real Estate market was no exception. A comparison between March and April 2018 shows a decrease of 4.9 percent in the number of units sold and a very slight decrease of 0.8 percent in the Average Sold Price. However, from April of last year, both the number of units sold and the Average Sold Price has increased as show in the numbers below.

Existing Homes Sales_April 2018

Comparison Stats for April 2017/2018:

 Greenville SC Avg DOM # Units Sold Avg Sold Price
April 2017 60 1035 $218,732
April 2018 55 1148 $234,704
% Inc/Decrease -8.3% +10.9% +7.3%

Caesars Head State Park

 

At 3,208 feet above sea level, Caesars Head State Park is a granitic gneiss outcropping atop the Blue Ridge Escarpment.  

From this dramatic ledge, safely behind a strong fence, you have a panoramic view of the Blue Ridge Mountains and surrounding country, which includes (as seen in the accompanying photo) Table Rock State Park and Table Rock Reservoir.

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*All information/graphs are from the Greater Greenville Association of Realtors® or The National Association of Realtors® and used with permission. All other use restricted. 

While representative of market activity, this report may not include all sales brokered by Member firms, and should not be viewed as all inclusive of sales transacted within the referenced time periods.


National Real Estate Market

May 2018
“This Month in Real Estate”

 

Knowing the current real estate market conditions can help you decide if you want to list your property or if it is a good time to buy.

This short video from KW® Realty highlights the most recent real estate market conditions in the US as of May 2018.

*Video by KW® Realty.

April 2018 Greenville SC Real Estate Market

April 2018

The Greater Greenville Real Estate Market

The National Association of Realtors® reported that although March showed a 1.1 increase in homes sales, nationally homes sales are 1.2 percent below a year ago. The Greenville market in comparison shows an 8 percent increase in home sales between the 1st Quarter 2017 and 2018, as well as a 3 percent increase in home sales in March. The Greenville market continues to expand!

Greenville, SC

Comparison Stats for March 2017/2018:

Avg DOM # Units Sold Avg Sold Price
March 2017 61 1168 $212,397
March 2018 61 1208 $236,628
% Inc/Decrease 0% +3.4% +11.4%

 

Comparison Stats for 1st Quarter 2017/2018:

Avg DOM # Units Sold Avg Sold Price
1st Quarter 2017 63 2663 $208,754
1st Quarter 2018 60 2894 $234,223
% Inc/Decrease -4.7% +8.6% +12.2%

2018 Infographic from NAR.

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*All information/graphs are from the Greater Greenville Association of Realtors® or The National Association of Realtors® and used with permission. All other use restricted. 

While representative of market activity, this report may not include all sales brokered by Member firms, and should not be viewed as all inclusive of sales transacted within the referenced time periods.


National Real Estate Market

April 2018
“This Month in Real Estate”

 

Knowing the current real estate market conditions can help you decide if you want to list your property or if it is a good time to buy.

This short video from KW® Realty highlights the most recent real estate market conditions in the US as of April 2018.

*Video by KW® Realty.

The Greater Greenville Real Estate Market – March 2018

The Greater Greenville Real Estate Market – March 2018

Greenville recently ranked number 39 on Livability’s 2018 Top 100 Best Place to Live. The site polls folks from around the nation to determine what consumers want: health care, affordable housing, shorter commute times and climate, just to name a few. Then they “source the best public and private data available to find the small to mid-sized cities, towns and villages” that meet the standards mentioned previously of a Best Place to Live.

The article points out that Greenville ranked high due to our strong job market, education opportunities, health care, shopping, entertainment, etc. Read the full article for more details.

sunrise in the Blue Ridge Mountains

Comparison Stats for February 2017/2018:

Avg DOM # Units Sold Avg Sold Price
February 2017 72 784 $205,178
February 2018 62 870 $234,606
% Inc/Decrease -13.8% +10.9% +14.3%

 

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*All information/graphs from the Greater Greenville Association of Realtors® or The National Association of Realtors®. 

While representative of market activity, this report may not include all sales brokered by Member firms, and should not be viewed as all inclusive of sales transacted within the referenced time periods.


National Real Estate Market

March 2018
“This Month in Real Estate”

 

Knowing the current real estate market conditions can help you decide if you want to list your property or if it is a good time to buy.

This short video from KW® Realty highlights the most recent real estate market conditions in the US as of March 2018.

*Video by KW® Realty.

The Greater Greenville Real Estate Market – February 2018

The Greater Greenville Real Estate Market – February 2018

From our beautiful Falls Park on the Reedy River in downtown Greenville to Pinnacle Mountain, the tallest mountain contained entirely within the state of South Carolina at 3,415 feet – the Upstate is a great place to live.

A recent article by The Washington Post brought out that “today it (Greenville) has a wide-ranging (and well-priced) food scene; quirky boutiques; outdoor cafes on bustling, tree-lined, pedestrian-friendly streets; art galleries; bike trails; ample urban green space; a public art collection with more than 70 sculptures; and the fastest-growing population of any city in the state.”

Our real estate market reflects that folks don’t just vacation hear, they call it home.

Comparison Stats for January 2017/2018:

Avg DOM # Units Sold Avg Sold Price
January 2017 58 679 $211,647
January 2018 58 780 $235,607
% Inc/Decrease 0% +14.9% +11.3%

*All information/graphs from the Greater Greenville Association of Realtors® or The National Association of Realtors®. While representative of market activity, this report may not include all sales brokered by Member firms, and should not be viewed as all inclusive of sales transacted within the referenced time periods.

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National Real Estate Market

February 2018
“This Month in Real Estate”

 

Knowing the current real estate market conditions can help you decide if you want to list your property or if it is a good time to buy.

This short video from KW® Realty highlights the most recent real estate market conditions in the US as of February 2018.

*Video by KW® Realty.

The Cliffs 2017 Sales Report

The Cliffs 2017 sales report is in! The following data and graphs were created using sales information reported to our local Greater Greenville Multiple Listing Service, of which we are members. Private sales are not included.

LOTS

The Cliffs 2017 Sales Report | Valley, Glassy and Mountain Park

The Cliffs 2017 Sales Report - Lots Sold Comparison Graph

 

2017 Homesites/Lots Sold
Community # Sold Average List $ Average Sold $
The Cliffs Valley 13 $107,415 $81,269
The Cliffs at Glassy 16 $46,074 $39,231
The Cliffs at Mtn Park 15 $171,010 $154,960
Total 2017 Lots Sold 44 $106,789 $91,104

HOMES

The Cliffs 2017 Sales Report | Valley, Glassy and Mountain Park

The Cliffs 2017 Sales Report - Homes Sales Comparison

2017 Homes Sold
Community # Sold Average List $ Average Sold $
The Cliffs Valley 22 $717,995 $662,768
The Cliffs at Glassy 15 $595,380 $539,280
The Cliffs at Mtn Park 7 $910,285 $857,500
Total 2017 Homes Sold 44 $706,786 $651,650

The Greater Greenville Real Estate Market – January 2018

The Greater Greenville Real Estate Market – January 2018

The cumulative historical statistics are in for the Greater Greenville Real Estate Market as of January 2018. This information is reflective of Residential Single Family and Condo/Townhouse sales. Please view the tables below:

Comparison Stats for January 1 – December 31, 2016/2017:

Avg DOM # Units Sold Avg Sold Price
Jan-Dec 2016 62 12,198 $212,306
Jan-Dec 2017 54 12,598 $227,262
% Inc/Decrease -12.9% +3.3% +7%

 

Comparison Stats for December 2016/2017:

Avg DOM # Units Sold Avg Sold Price
December 2016 64 933 $215,369
December 2017 59 1,034 $227,849
% Inc/Decrease -7.8% +10.8% +5.8%

*All information/graphs from the Greater Greenville Association of Realtors® or The National Association of Realtors®.

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National Real Estate Market

January 2018
“This Month in Real Estate”

 

Knowing the current real estate market conditions can help you decide if you want to list your property or if it is a good time to buy.

This short video from KW® Realty highlights the most recent real estate market conditions in the US as of January 2018.

*Video by KW® Realty.

The Greater Greenville Real Estate Market – December 2017

The Greater Greenville Real Estate Market – December 2017

Home Survey for December 2017

The Greenville Real Estate market is doing well with an almost 6 percent increase in the number of homes sold in November 2017 as compared to November 2016. The average sold price also saw an increase of 7.5 percent!

Growella.com used data from more than 70 public resources, and built an algorithm for Millennials that shows the best places to live nationwide. The algorithm ranked Greenville number 9 out of 100! Nice! View the entire article at Growella.com.

According to the report Housing Opportunities and Market Experience December 2017  by the National Association of REALTORS®, 72 percent of people across all age, income, and types of geographic locations believe that now is a good time to buy a home. Forty-three percent believe that strongly. This is a decrease from 48 percent in Q3 2017 and 45 percent in Q4 2016.

the greater greenville real estate market report

If you are not into reading long reports with statistics and graphics are your forte then follow this link: Home Survey for December 2017.

Realor.org also reports that nationally, “Existing-home sales surged for the third straight month in November and reached their strongest pace in almost 11 years. All major regions except for the West saw a significant hike in sales activity last month.”

 


Greenville SC comparison stats for NOVEMBER 2016/2017:

Avg DOM # Units Sold Avg Sold Price
November 2016 57 932 $209,844
November 2017 53 986 $225,719
% Inc/Decrease -7% +5.7% +7.5%

*All information/graphs from the Greater Greenville Association of Realtors® or The National Association of Realtors®.

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National Real Estate Market

December 2017
“This Month in Real Estate”

Knowing the current real estate market conditions can help you decide if you want to list your property or if it is a good time to buy.

This short video from KW® Realty highlights the most recent real estate market conditions in the US as of December 2017.

*Video by KW® Realty.

National Real Estate Market | November 2017

 

National Real Estate Market

November 2017
“This Month in Real Estate”

Knowing the current real estate market conditions can help you decide if you want to list your property or if it is a good time to buy.

This short video from KW® Realty highlights the most recent real estate market conditions in the US as of November 2017.

*Video by KW® Realty.

Contact us at Carolina Mountain Real Estate to find out more about our local market conditions.

Greater Greenville Real Estate Market | November 2017

The Greater Greenville Real Estate Market – November 2017

#3 The Best Small Cities by Condé Nast!

Greenville Real Estate Market-November 2017

Greenville SC continues to receive a lot of media attention. Recently we have been ranked number 3 on Condé Nast Traveler Readers’ Choice Awards for The Best Small Cities! These are cities with a population of under 1 million.

The real estate market for the Greater Greenville area is holding fairly steady. Residential sales saw an almost 7 percent increase in the average sold price from October 2016 to October 2017.

According to Realtor.org’s Regional Breakdown: “Existing-home sales in the South decreased 3.2 percent to an annual rate of 2.14 million in October, but are still 0.5 percent above October 2014. The median price in the South was $188,800, up 6.2 percent from a year ago.” In comparison to our southern neighbors, Greenville is doing very well!

For more information on reported  national sales in October follow this link: Existing-Home Sales Dial Back in October.


Greenville SC comparison stats for OCTOBER 2016/2017:

Avg DOM # Units Sold Avg Sold Price
October 2016 54 999 $214,515
October 2017 51 1001 $229,053
% Inc/Decrease -5.5% +0.2% +6.7%

*All information/graphs from the Greater Greenville Association of Realtors® or The National Association of Realtors®.

National Real Estate Market | October 2017

National Real Estate Market – October 2017
“This Month in Real Estate”

Knowing the current real estate market conditions can help you decide if you want to list your property or if it is a good time to buy.

This short video from KW® Realty highlights the most recent real estate market conditions in the US as of October 2017.

*Video by KW® Realty.

Contact us at Carolina Mountain Real Estate to find out more about our local market conditions.


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