Signs of spring in Charlotte are accompanied by continued evidence of a robust Charlotte real estate market. Strong Selling Prices For the three-month period ending March 15, Trulia says that the median selling price for Charlotte-area homes was $190,000, a 3.3 percent increase year-over-year. The median selling price of four-bedroom homes was particularly strong, rising… [Read More]
As we enter the mid-summer season, it is worth noting that the two-year surge in home selling prices across the Charlotte area is slowing. For some time, double-digit price increases were the norm. After that, strong single-digit gains became common. Now, selling prices demonstrate little movement from one year ago.
The median home value in Charlotte is $157,800, which marks a 5.1% increase from the previous year. Home prices have appreciated by about 28% over the past five years. Median home sales prices, however, are considerably higher. In May the median sales price was $208,000. The market for 2-bedroom and 3-bedroom homes in Charlotte is… [Read More]
Home sales are at their highest level in nine years according to a recent report from the National Association of Realtors. The Pending Home Sales Index, a measure of contract signings between buyer and seller, is a leading indicator of completed sales over the next few months. The index has been rising every month in… [Read More]
The end of the winter season is finally in sight. In terms of price appreciation, Charlotte’s residential real estate market continues its brief, seasonal hibernation. Median home prices continue to level off. For example, Trulia reports that the median selling price for a Charlotte home for the three-month period ending February 15 was $184,000. Although… [Read More]