Raleigh Real Estate

Raleigh Real Estate Market Trends, updated each month, high quality infographics and content to help consumers learn and understand the industry. If you're searching for information on Raleigh Real Estate statistics, Raleigh Realty has all the information you need to stay up to date on housing trends!

Found 22 blog entries about Raleigh Real Estate.

August 2016 LOCAL Real Estate Trends in Raleigh, North Carolina

Quick Analysis:

August 2016 Housing Trends in Raleigh are showing pretty similar results to a great July. With a 33 days on market average, time is of the essence for buyers. Average selling price has remained pretty consistent with last August and with last month. Looking at both graphics from last month and this month, the numbers are nearly identical. Does this mean we are reaching a turning point as we are heading towards the fall season? We will find out in next month's Raleigh Market Trends!

 

661 Views, 0 Comments

June Housing Trends in Raleigh area

Raleigh Real Estate Market - June, 2016

Homes in Raleigh during the month of June 2016 appreciated 4.41% in terms of homes that sold.

A great indication of growth. The Raleigh housing market is known for it's slow and steady appreciation.

Housing Trends in Raleigh, NC June 2016 vs June 2015

4.41% - is the appreciation from June 2015 to June 2016 year over year in average selling price for residential homes in Raleigh.

$280,818 - the average price that homes for sale in Raleigh sold, which is up nearly $8,000 from June 2015.

30 days - the average number of days homes were on the market. This is the fastest selling market Raleigh has seen.

Thanks to the Raleigh Regional Association of Realtors® and Triangle MLS for the data

948 Views, 0 Comments

Raleigh Real Estate May 2016 Statistics

Raleigh Real Estate Market - May, 2016

Homes in Raleigh during the month of May 2016 sold for nearly 4.9% more than they did last year. This is a great sign of appreciation as the real estate market heats up in the summer months. People selling homes in Raleigh have had a much easier time in May 2016 than they did last year. The data shows that those who sold their home in May made on average, 4.5% more than those who sold last year. It's a terrific time to sell.

There was about 130 more homes active in May 2016 than in April 2016, and they were able to sell about 125 more. What's good about the month of May is that there was a 4.5% appreciation. 

Over the last few weeks we have received numerous leads of people that are looking to

1,153 Views, 2 Comments