South Carolina’s real estate market slowing |
(The Center Square) – Home sales across South Carolina slipped for the third consecutive month in September, according to South Carolina Relators (SCR).
Fear not, SCR President Morris Lyles said: “The market is still strong.”
“We are definitely starting to see the normal cycles of real estate coming into play,” Lyles said. “It’s also the time of year that it typically slows down because people don’t like to move their children around after school starts back in the fall.”
Residential sales across the Palmetto State declined by 5% last month after a 0.2% dip in August and a 10% plummet in July.
SCR said 9,323 homes across South Carolina were sold and bought in September at a median price of $282,000, up $29,000, or 11.4%, from September…