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Ballantyne Real Estate Report: June 2020

Ballantyne Real Estate Snapshot June 2020

Ballantyne remained a seller’s market in June 2020. Months supply of inventory was sharply down (47.8%) compared with June 2019 to 1.2 months. Housing inventory was down 50.4% year-over-year, resulting in lower days on market and higher pending sales. Pandemic related issues contributed to contribute to the lack of inventory and lower closed sales in June.

Real Estate News You Can Use: July 2020 Newsletter

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Real estate news you can really use. July 2020 Newsletter with eight timely articles about the housing market and advice for home owners, home sellers, home buyers. This month’s newsletter focuses on information and the outlook for the housing recovery post-pandemic. See what the experts are predicting for an economic recovery in 2020.

Tega Cay Real Estate Report: May 2020

Tega Cay Housing Market Update May 2020

Tega Cay, South Carolina housing market was definitely impacted by corona virus restrictions as evidenced by key indicators such as lower months supply of homes, less housing inventory, fewer new listings, fewer days on market, fewer home showings, fewer closed sales in May 2020. Due to lack of inventory coupled with high demand, both median and average home prices increased year-over-year.

Fort Mill Real Estate Report: May 2020

Fort Mill, SC Real Estate Update May 2020

Fort Mill’s housing market (29715 and 29708 zip codes) continued to feel the impact of COVID-19 restrictions in May 2020, characterized by much lower inventory, fewer new listings, lower months supply of housing, lower days on market, and fewer closed and pending sales, while home prices increased compared with May 2019. Showings of homes recovered well month-over-month, but were down 23% year-over-year.

Indian Land Real Estate Report: May 2020

Indian Land Housing Market Update May 2020

The Indian Land housing market remained a seller’s market with 2.2 months supply of homes. Corona virus impacted home inventory, months supply of homes, new listings, closed sales negatively. Lack of inventory caused home prices and pending sales to increase.

Waxhaw Area Real Estate Report: May 2020

It’s still tight inventory in the Waxhaw area, encompassing the towns of Waxhaw, Weddington, and Marvin in the 28173 zip code. COVID-19 restrictions in May impacted inventory, closed sales, new listings — all of which were down significantly in May. With less inventory, home sale prices increased, days on market decreased, and the percent of asking price that home sellers remained high. Pending sales increased slightly.

Ballantyne Real Estate Report: May 2020

Ballantyne area housing market update may 2020

Ballantyne remained a seller’s market in May 2020. Months supply of inventory was sharply down (47.8%) compared with May 2019 to 1.2 months. Housing inventory was down 47.1% year-over-year, resulting in much lower days on market and higher home prices. COVID-19 restrictions contributed to lack of inventory and lower closed and pending sales in May.

Tega Cay Real Estate Report: April 2020

Tega Cay Home Sales Update April 2020

Tega Cay, South Carolina housing market was definitely impacted by corona virus restrictions as evidenced by key indicators such as lower months supply of homes, less housing inventory, fewer new listings, lower days on market, 45% fewer home showings, and lower closed and pending sales in April 2020 compared with April 2019.

Fort Mill Real Estate Report: April 2020

Fort Mill SC Home Sales Report April 2020

Fort Mill’s housing market (29715 and 29708 zip codes) definitely felt the impact of COVID-19 stay-at-home restrictions in April 2020, characterized by much lower inventory, fewer new listings, lower months supply of housing, and fewer closed and pending sales, while home prices increased compared with April 2019. Showings of homes dropped 79% in April year-over-year.