Tis the season for taxes. Hopefully everyone is done or wrapping up Federal and State taxes for the season. If you happen to find yourself buried under a pile of paperwork (or spreadsheets), when it comes to Wake County tax or property information, WakeGov.com makes it easy to stay organized. All in one place users can search tax bills, pay your tax bill online and learn more about all things Wake County. If you haven’t yet visited the WakeGov.com site check it out.
Now to the real estate market report!
Our goal is to provide you with a good overview of how homes for sale in Wake County are performing.
The chart on the left shows the percentage of new active listings (homes that went on the market), total active listings, closed listings, and homes that have gone under contract, during March, 2012.
The information included in this report is only for detached homes located within Wake County NC. (*If you’re interested in a report for townhomes and condos, please don’t hesitate to contact us ~ we’d be pleased to send along information specific to your needs.)
New listings on the market in Wake County during March
Take a peak at the new Wake County NC Homes for Sale on the market in March.
(in alphabetical order by subdivisions)
Active Detached Homes for sale in Wake County last month
Just over 4,500 homes are for sale in Wake County! There’s quite a range of homes available… the swing in Wake County home prices range from $32,500 to $4,900,000 with an average price of a home for sale in Wake County being (slightly higher than last month) $341,199. There’s plenty of options for just about anyone looking to buy a home in Wake County.
Whether you’ve outgrown your home and are looking for something larger; are relocating to the area, are empty-nesters ready to down-size, or are just looking to capitalize on the Triangle investment opportunities, locating a great match (with the right Realtor®) will not be an problem in Wake County.
Homes in Wake County that went under contract (pending) last month
Homes that sold (closed) in Wake County last month
The above information and charts reflect only detached home activity in Wake County.
If you have been considering moving to Wake County, NC, would like more information on selling a home in Wake County, NC or would simply like to discuss your Triangle area real estate needs, please don’t hesitate to call or e-mail me. I’d love to chat…
*Any reference to TMLS data is based on information
from Triangle MLS, which neither guarantees nor is in any way
responsible for its accuracy. All data is provided ‘AS IS’ and with all
faults. Data maintained by Triangle MLS may not reflect all real estate
activity in the market.