Last month we had a record breaking month in closed transactions for our
team with 24 units closed! That is unheard of in this market! September
seems to be off to a good start but I don't see us breaking this record
again for sometime. Below are the Greenville statistics posted by GGAR.
Please let us know how and when we can help you and thank you to all our
friends for referring your friends and family, its the greatest compliment
we can receive.. We are only a success because of you!
Connie Rice & Partners
Published Sept. 13, 2011
Home sales jumped 42% in August, compared to the same month in 2010,
according to the most recent data from the Greater Greenville Association of
Realtors. In August, 675 homes were sold, up 42% from August 2010. Average
price was $175,340, and the median price was $141,976.
This was the second consecutive monthly increase when compared to last
year’s data. In July, 614 homes sold, up 25.6% from July 2010.
For the year, however, sales remain unable to keep pace with 2010 levels,
which were inflated by tax credits during the first half of the year.
Through the first eight months of the year, sales are down 9.1% compared to
the same period in 2010 at 3,704. Average price
is $172,482, down 0.4%, and median price is $141,150, down 1.6%.
On average, homes are remaining on the market 105 days, compared with 102
days a year ago.
Activity, meanwhile, is down 16% as of Sept. 10, with 6,343 single-family
homes, condos and townhouses listed for sale compared to 7,554 for sale in
Sept. 10, 2010.