What Happened Last Month in Real Estate in Summerville, SC?

Homes for Sale in Summerville, SC

May has arrived in Summerville and we’re moving into some beautiful weather! The strong spring real estate market in Summerville, SC slowed down a little but this was mainly due to lack of inventory.  Many of my listings have received multiple offers within days (or hours) of being listed.  According to our Summerville real estate market reports, we have 31% less homes for sale in Summerville then we did this time last year.  We continue to have only 2 months supply of homes for sale in Summerville .

This lack of real estate for sale in Summerville, SC has placed us squarely in a seller’s market and continues to drive Summerville prices up and place a large demand on new homes for sale in Summerville SC. The average price per square foot in Summerville is up to $113/square foot.

If you want to buy a summerville home, you need to act quickly and intelligently as a buyer. Ensuring that you are working with an experienced Summerville realtor will save you headache and heartache when you try to purchase a home in Summerville. When you are purchasing, don’t forget these Four Vital Questions to Ask When You Buy a Home.

I can help you if you are interested in seeing real estate for sale in Summerville, SC ,  buying a home in the Summerville areanew home in Summerville , a historic home in Summerville or selling your Summerville home.

If you are a home seller and would like to discuss your Summerville Home and what it is worth in our market today, please e-mail me for more information or fill out this form.


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