Matthews (28105 Zip Code) Housing Market Update & Video: January 2019

Matthews NC Housing Market Update

Matthews Housing Market Update/Video for January 2019. January home sales in Matthews, North Carolina saw continued, significant home sale prices increases compared with the same month one year ago. Market inventory remained tight despite a slight increase and the months supply of homes at 2 months indicated a continuing seller’s market. Closed sales were down, but pending sales, as well as new listings, were both up. Lack of affordable inventory can be considered a contributing factor for the drop in closed sales despite a large increase in new listings.

Waxhaw (28173 Zip Code) Housing Market Update & Video: January 2019

Waxhaw, NC area home sales January 2019

Waxhaw Housing Market Update for January 2019. Home sales in the Waxhaw area of the Charlotte, North Carolina metro area (the 28173 zip code–encompassing the three towns of Waxhaw, Marvin and Weddington) saw a change in the trends of 2018 with both home prices and price per square foot decreasing in January 2019, while new listings increased by 50.8% after decreasing by double digits in December 201 . Nonetheless, housing Inventory remains low, especially in affordable homes. With pending sales increasing by 21.6% in January 2019, it remains to be seen if this is the start of a new trend or a “winter respite.”

Ballantyne (28277 Zip Code) Housing Market Update & Video: January 2019

Ballantyne Housing Report January 2019

Ballantyne Housing Market Update/Video: January 2019. January home sales in the Ballantyne (28277 zip code) area of Charlotte, North Carolina saw a second month of a shift from trends we had been seeing throughout most of 2018. Sales prices were down, days on market were up, inventory was up, closed sales were down. It remains to be seen if this is the beginning of a market shift or simply a winter slowdown.

Selling Your Home? 8 Reasons Not To FSBO!

Reasons Not To Be A FSBO (For Sale By Owner)

It might be tempting to try to sell your home as a For Sale By Owner (FSBO) because you think you’ll net more money from the sale. But here are 8 reasons not to be a For Sale By Owner (FSBO) and one of them is that you’ll actually net more money by working with a real estate professional. Today’s real estate market is highly competitive and highly complex. Selling a home is not something you want to do as a “do-it-yourself” project. Working with a real estate professional to guide you through the process is a simple (and cost-effective!) step that will give you a huge advantage!

Matthews (28105 Zip Code) Housing Market Update & Video: December 2018

Matthews Housing Market Update/Video for December 2018. December home sales in Matthews, North Carolina saw continued home sale prices increases. Market inventory remained tight and months supply of homes at 1.9 months indicated a continuing seller’s market. Closed and pending sales, as well as new listings, were all down by double digits in December. Lack of affordable inventory can be considered a contributing factor for this situation, as well as the holiday season slowdown.

Waxhaw (28173 Zip Code) Housing Market Update & Video: December 2018

Waxhaw, NC Housing Market Update

Waxhaw Housing Market Update for December 2018. home sales in the Waxhaw area of the Charlotte, North Carolina metro area (the 28173 zip code–encompassing the three towns of Waxhaw, Marvin and Weddington) continued the trends we’ve seen all year. Home prices increased in December. Inventory remains low, especially in affordable homes. New listings were down double digits in December. New construction sales remain a driving force in the Waxhaw area housing market.

Ballantyne (28277 Zip Code) Housing Market Update & Video: December 2018

Ballantyne Housing Market Update/Video Decemberr 2018. December home sales in the Ballantyne (28277 zip code) area of Charlotte, North Carolina saw a big shift from trends year-to-date and as compared to December 2017. Sales prices were down, days on market were up, inventory was up, as was the months supply of homes. It remains to be seen if this was a one-month phenomenon or the beginning of a market shift.