Real Estate Trends, SC

July 15th, 2014 – in market trends

Emerging trends in real estate indicate the buyer’s market is long gone and inventory is creeping back on a national level. When it comes to real estate trends in South Carolina, it’s all about the particular town or city. Throughout most of the state, people are regaining equity in their home they lost during the housing decline.

Let's take a look at a few trends in different cities in the great state of South Carolina.

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South Carolina Real Estate: Single and Buying

July 8th, 2014 – in market trends

South Carolina real estate has some of the best nationwide values per square foot, and it's not just for families. Several areas in the state offer singles a chance to stop paying rent and live the American dream. Find out more in this Propertybase exclusive article.

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South Carolina Real Estate Trends 2014

July 1st, 2014 – in market trends

Sellers are becoming increasingly more optimistic in South Carolina as they are in the rest of the country. While the housing recovery has been slow since the Great Recession, it's starting to pick up. The latest Real Estate Trends in South Carolina show pent-up demand and rising home values, which is good news for sellers.

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Markets Hit Hardest by Foreclosure Crisis Recovered Faster in Past 12 Months

June 3rd, 2014 – in market trends finance

The Real Estate Markets that were struck the hardest by the housing collapse in the last five years showed some of the strongest growth in the past 12 months, while growth in other markets began to slow, according to a new report by ZipRealty.

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S.F. Bay Area Has the Top Commercial Real Estate Market in the U.S. for Second Consecutive Year

May 21st, 2014 – in market trends commercial real estate

For the second consecutive year, the San Francisco Bay Area has the best commercial Real Estate market in the U.S., according to a report by the Wells Fargo Economics Group. The report, which was released earlier in May, cited the region’s strong job growth, as well as population jumps, as a primary cause.

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