February 2015

Found 4 blog entries for February 2015.

Part of the reason families are attracted to Daniel Island South Carolina is to stunning natural beauty. We just listed a Daniel Island Park home that is a rare find. 332 Rhoden Island Drive is the perfect downsize for families looking to move from the big family home to an easy to care for home with all of the upgrades they are used to. Of particular note is the stunning views over the golf course to miles gently swaying marsh grasses and tidal waterways. Almost every room in this home has a view. The quality of construction is among the best we have seen. Click on image for full details of this home.

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With so much new construction in sections of Daniel Island it is interesting to note what percentage of total home sales new spec homes represents.

2013 34% of homes sold were new builder spec. Homes.  73 new builder spec homes sold vs. total home sales of 213 homes homes.

2014 24% of homes sold were builder spec homes. 75 new builder spec homes sold vs. total home sales of 319 homes.

Interested in learning more about Daniel Island? Give us a call. We are happy to help.

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This overview of Charleston by community is helpful is quickly seeing the changes is sales volume and pricing year to year. If you have specific questions about this information or want to understand the market value of your home, we are happy to help.

Open report



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CHARLESTON, SC—(February 10, 2015) According to data released today by the Charleston Trident Association of Realtors® (CTAR), January home sales in the Charleston region are the highest they’ve been in eight years. Not since January 2007 have monthly sales surpassed the 800 closing mark. In January 2015, 890 homes sold at a median price of $209,603.

The region saw eerily similar figures in January 2007, when 890 homes sold at a median price of $209,945. The striking difference between the 2007 market and current market however, is the inventory. Eight years ago, there were almost 9,000 homes for sale; today, there are just over 5,500—37% less homes for buyers to choose from.

“With significantly less inventory, buyers are still finding what they

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