In mid March, 2020, the state of South Carolina shut down. Schools closed, restaurants and bars moved to take out or curbside delivery. Non-essential stores were shuttered. There’s been a lot of speculation as to how these changes would impact the local market and Aiken real estate sales.
We’ve compared the data from the shutdown period of March 15th-May 20, 2020 with the same time period last year. The results may surprise you, and if buying or selling is in your future, you might be very pleased!
*Sales Statistics 2020
March 15, 2020 – May 20, 2020
Residential Sales in Aiken County – 432
Sold Price Range $15,000 – $1,800,000
Average Days on Market – 131
Average Sold to List Price Ratio – 98.02%
Total Sold – $101,138,402
*Sales Statistics 2019
March 15, 2019 – May 20, 2020
Residential Sales in Aiken County – 455
Sold Price Range $15,500-$935,000
Average Days on Market – 137
Average Sold to List Price Ratio 97.36%
Total Sold – $99,908,195
If you’re considering selling, now is a great time! The market is active and has remained vibrant through the shutdown. Buyers are still buying and homes are selling very close to list price. Inventory is still low, and well priced homes are selling quickly.
Contact the Thompson Team Carolinas for a current market valuation of your home. You’ll receive our recommendations for list price, suggested to-do items, and how we intend to sell your home as quickly, and painlessly as possible. You’ll have the full weight and experience of the Thompson Team Carolinas and Coldwell Banker Realty behind you.
We’d love to help you live your Best Life today. #bestlifeaiken
*Aiken Real Estate Sales info obtained from Aiken MLS
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