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Indian Land Real Estate Report: April 2021

Indian Land SC Housing Market Update April 2021

Indian Land, South Carolina housing market unquestionably remained a seller’s market in April 2021. Home prices increased, homes sold quickly with both average and median days on market significantly lower. The months supply of homes was critically low at 0.7 months, new listings were down, and housing inventory also dropped by over 72% year-over-year.

Charlotte Region Real Estate Report: April 2021

Charlotte Region Housing Market Overview April 2021

Charlotte Region real estate market in April 2021 saw continued strengthening. Charlotte’s housing market has essentially bounced back after the pandemic-related lockdowns one year ago that put real estate activity on pause. Home prices continued to increase. Days on market, inventory, and months supply of homes were substantially lower than in April 2020. With so little inventory, one could say that it’s on “life support” these days. Mecklenburg, Union, Lancaster, York and Gaston Counties in the Charlotte region essentially mirrored the overall housing market activity.

Waxhaw Real Estate Report: April 2021

Waxhaw Weddington Marvin Housing Market Snapshot April 2021

The Waxhaw area housing market remained a seller’s market in April 2021 with continued significant decreases in inventory. With 70.5% less inventory year-over-year and huge buyer demand, days on market were down, home prices were up, as were closed and pending sales.

Ballantyne Real Estate Report: April 2021

Ballantyne (28277 Zip Code) Housing Market Update April 2021

Ballantyne remained a seller’s market in April 2021. Months supply of inventory was down (60%) compared with April 2020 with just a 0.6 months supply. Housing inventory was down 56.3% year-over-year, resulting in lower days on market, higher home prices with sellers receiving a median 102.6% of asking price in final sale price.

Charlotte Region Luxury Homes Market Report: April 2021

Search For Luxury Homes In Charlotte Region

Charlotte region luxury home sales surged in April 2021. Inventory and the months supply of single family luxury homes were significantly down, as were average and median days on market. Pending and closed sales were up significantly year-over-year. The luxury home market in Charlotte region is definitely a seller’s market compared with one year ago when it was more of a balanced market.

Finding a New Home for Your Next Stage of Life

Buying A Home For Each Stage Of Your Life

It’s been said that the only constant in life is change. As real estate professionals, we see evidence of that every day.

A couple’s first home is suddenly too small to accommodate their expanding family. As their children grow, they need a bigger backyard or more bedrooms. And when their kids move away, that big house can sometimes feel like a burden rather than a necessity.

If you’re about to embark on a new stage of life (or maybe it’s already arrived), it’s probably time to reevaluate your housing needs.

Charlotte Region Real Estate Report: March 2021

Charlotte Housing Market Overview March 2021

Charlotte Region real estate market in March 2021 saw continued strengthening in the greater Charlotte region housing market, despite the ongoing pandemic. Home prices continued to increase. Days on market, inventory, and months supply of homes were substantially lower than in March 2020. With so little inventory, one could almost say that it’s on “life support” these days. Mecklenburg, Union, Lancaster, York and Gaston Counties in the Charlotte region essentially mirrored the overall housing market activity.

Charlotte Region Luxury Homes Market Report: March 2021

Search For Luxury Homes In Charlotte Region

March 2021 saw continued strengthening in the luxury homes market in the Charlotte region versus March 2020, despite the ongoing pandemic. Inventory and the months supply of luxury homes were significantly down, as were average and median days on market. Pending and closed sales were up significantly year-over-year. The luxury home market in Charlotte is now definitely a seller’s market compared with one year ago when it was more of a balanced market.