Charlotte Real Estate Report: November 2019

Charlotte Region Real Estate Update November 2019

Charlotte region remained a seller’s market in November 2019 with inventory remaining extremely tight, dropping 22.6% compared with November 2018. Year-over-year home prices increased, days on market decreased, new listings decreased. Housing affordability index continues to decrease, as well.

Matthews Real Estate Report: November 2019

Matthews NC Housing Update November 2019

Matthews (28105 zip code) real estate report for November 2019. Matthews remained a seller’s market in November 2019 with the months supply of inventory razor thin at 1.8 months (down 25% year-over-year). Inventory was down 15.8% despite an increase in new listings of 56.8% in November. Both pending and closed sales increased significantly in November. Days on market continued to decrease — down 13 days to 27 days year-over-year.

Ballantyne Real Estate Report: November 2019

Ballantyne Housing Market Report November 2019

Ballantyne remained a seller’s market in November 2019. Both median and average home prices were up, days on market were down, new listings and inventory were also down. Months supply of inventory was sharply down compared with November 2018 — down by 1.2 months. Closed sales were down due to lack of inventory. Pending sales increased year-over-year.

Tega Cay Real Estate Report: October 2019

Tega Cay Housing Market Update October 2019

Tega Cay, SC real estate report and housing market snapshot for October 2019. Tega Cay remains a seller’s market with lower inventory, fewer days on market, fewer new listings and just 2.4 months supply of homes. Both closed and pending sales were up substantially in October compared with one year ago.

Fort Mill Real Estate Report: October 2019

Fort MIll’s housing market remained a seller’s market in October 2019 evidenced by decreasing inventory or homes, lower months supply of housing, fewer days on market. New listings were up slightly. Closed and pending sales increased 11.8% and 23.6%, respectively. Buyer demand for homes in Fort Mill continues to outstrip supply.

Indian Land Real Estate Report: October 2019

Indian Land SC Housing Market Update October 2019

Indian Land, SC (29707 zip code) real estate report/snapshot for October 2019. The Indian Land housing market remains a seller’s market with just 2.8 months supply of inventory overall and homes selling more quickly. Just as it was in September, the Indian Land housing market in October was all about new construction.

Indian Trail Real Estate Report: October 2019

Indian Trail Real Estate Report October 2019

Indian Trail remained a seller’s market with just 2.2 months of inventory in October 2019. Despite an influx of new listings, which generated large increases in closed and pending sales during the month of October, total inventory was down 16.8% compared with the same month one year ago. And average days on market dropped to 33, down 21 days compared with one year ago. Clearly, there’s no slowdown in the demand for Indian Trail homes as we entered the fall selling season in earnest.

Matthews Real Estate Report: October 2019

Matthews NC Housing Market Snapshot October 2019

Matthews (28105 zip code) real estate report for October 2019. Matthews remained a seller’s market in October 2019 with the months supply of inventory remaining low at 2 months (down 20% year-over-year). Inventory was down 17.4% despite an increase in new listings of 28.4% in October. Both pending and closed sales increased dramatically in October 2019.

Ballantyne Real Estate Report: October 2019

Ballantyne Housing Market Report October 2019

Ballantyne remained a seller’s market in October 2019. Both median and average home prices were up, days on market were down, new listings and inventory were also down. Months supply of inventory was sharply down compared with October 2018 — down 1.2 months.

Charlotte Real Estate Report: October 2019

Charlotte Real Estate Update October 2019

Charlotte region remained a seller’s market in October 2019 with inventory remaining extremely tight, dropping 19.5% compared with October 2018. Despite lower inventory, the Charlotte market has shown resiliency and buyer demand for homes remained strong as interest rates dropped.