Feb
22

S.C. Home Sales Down 4.7% in January

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– The Post and Courier

Home sales in South Carolina were down in January compared to the same month last year, according to a report released Tuesday, and sellers typically got less than they asked when a buyer came along, on average, five months after the house was put on the market.

The monthly report by the South Carolina Realtors trade group painted a picture of a housing market still under the influence of a recession, but recovering.

Sales fell 4.7 percent statewide in January to 2,542, and the median price of homes sold was down 4.1 percent to $141,900, with sellers getting an average of 94 percent of their asking prices, according to the report.

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