Let’s take a look at residential activity in the Charleston market right now: The number of active listings decreased 62% from a year ago but hasn’t seen a significant change since April. This smaller inventory means that buyers who waited to buy will have less to choose from now. 

The median listing price was just over $425,000, and the median sale price is $325,000. Compared to last year, the average days spent on the market has dropped by 43%. This lower number of days signals a positive trend in the local inventory turnover rate. 

The number of units sold rose 31% year over year and declined 5% since April. Higher year-over-year figures indicate that more buyers are finding what they’re looking for in our real estate market.

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