Housing Trends in Raleigh, NC for April 2016
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Wow. November just beat out August and June for the highest average sales price on homes that sold in Raleigh, NC!
This data is shocking, especially compared to the data from previous months. November 2014 compared to November 2015 is showing a significant percentage of appreciation in both selling price and sold price. Up 10+% in both categories from November 2014 the Raleigh Real Estate market is heating up in the colder months. When compare to previous months the appreciation percentage has more than doubled!
The housing trends in Raleigh, NC could be partially do to the winter months up North driving even more people south before the…
Homes for sale in Raleigh, NC kept relative to the month of September, there are some differences though. For one, the month of October 2015 compared to 2014 experienced a 1% greater (5.5%) home sale appreciation than in September (4.5%). One of the more interesting facts is that the homes are a higher list to sales price percentage. Prices are closer to firm here in October 2015 than they were in October 2014.
This is when the holiday push begins. Here in November people are experiencing emotions and feelings that they want to be in a home before the end of the year, and most want it before the holidays. Whether that's Thanksgiving or Christmas a…
June 2015 showed some interesting numbers. As the temperatures rise so did this sellers market. If you're considering selling your home now is a great time do so, because it's tough to find a home if you're a buyer. For anyone with a property that could potentially be tough to sell, you'll have an excellent chance at selling your property in this market.
Last week we sold two homes at 99.5% list to close price and had two happy sellers with great things to say. One home was on Leesville in North Raleigh and it was an expired listing. It sat on the market for a long time in 2014 and early 2015 before selling for FULL asking price here in June.
So without further ado, here is the June Raleigh…