We’re proud to present our latest market report for January through March, 2017. The first quarter of the year, leading up to the busy spring selling season, saw over 3,800 sales of single family homes. The majority of areas in our report saw an increase in the number of sales as well as an increase in average price per square foot in Quarter 1 of 2017 from Quarter 1 of 2016. The highest sale this past Quarter was 69 Meeting Street, South of Broad, which traded for $5,350,000.
In agency news, Halsey Park, a new luxury development of town homes and single family homes overlooking the Charleston Harbor on the west side of the Peninsula, has officially closed the first five town homes and construction is well underway for the second five. These unique residences have sold for an average of $491 per square foot, well above the average $453 per square foot for all sales south of the Crosstown.
If you would like to know more about what this latest data means for you, please feel free to contact us. Here at Daniel Ravenel Sotheby’s International Realty, we are ready to help you buy or sell and answer any questions you may have!
Author:Morgan Cirillo Phone: 774-487-8810 Dated: April 27th 2017 Views: 106 About Morgan: ...
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About Daniel Ravenel Sotheby's International Realty
For more than 30 years, Daniel Ravenel Sotheby’s International Realty has been marketing, representing, and selling luxury homes in Charleston, South Carolina and the surrounding areas. We specialize in luxury homes both on and off the downtown peninsula. From historic pre-Revolutionary mansions, to well located urban pied-a-terres, to stunning beachfront retreats, we specialize in finding the lifestyle that is right for every client. Since 1983, we have been able to oversee nearly one billion dollars in real estate transactions, all without litigation. Additionally, because we are a locally owned company, all of our agents are either native to Charleston or a well-established resident of the Charleston area—and it is for this reason that we are completely in tune with every subtle aspect of the South Carolina Lowcountry.