South Carolina Real Estate Statistics & Foreclosure Trends Summary

  • Median List Price
    $189,900
    0% ( $0 ) vs Jun 2015
  • Median Sales Price
    $158,500
    4% ( $5,500 ) vs Jun 2015
  • Median Foreclosure Sales Price
    $86,310
    5% ( $4,260 ) vs Jun 2015
  • Foreclosures View
    Homes for Sale 26,237
    Recently Sold 23,680

Market Summary

There are currently (contact us for foreclosure counts) properties in SC that are in some stage of foreclosure (default, auction or bank owned) while the number of homes listed for sale on RealtyTrac is 26,237.

In July, the number of properties that received a foreclosure filing in SC was 7% lower than the previous month and 20% lower than the same time last year.

Home sales for June 2016 were down 62% compared with the previous month, and down 48% compared with a year ago. The median sales price of a non-distressed home was $158,500. The median sales price of a foreclosure home was $86,310, or 46% lower than non-distressed home sales.

Sales Prices - South Carolina




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$86,310 (Median Foreclosure Sales Price) $82,050 (Median Foreclosure Sales Price) $80,000 (Median Foreclosure Sales Price) $80,000 (Median Foreclosure Sales Price) $80,000 (Median Foreclosure Sales Price) $80,000 (Median Foreclosure Sales Price) $158,500 (Median Sales Price) $153,000 (Median Sales Price) $147,500 (Median Sales Price) $141,000 (Median Sales Price) $139,500 (Median Sales Price) $140,000 (Median Sales Price) $86,310 (Median Foreclosure Sales Price) $82,050 (Median Foreclosure Sales Price) $80,000 (Median Foreclosure Sales Price) $80,000 (Median Foreclosure Sales Price) $80,000 (Median Foreclosure Sales Price) $80,000 (Median Foreclosure Sales Price) $158,500 (Median Sales Price) $153,000 (Median Sales Price) $147,500 (Median Sales Price) $141,000 (Median Sales Price) $139,500 (Median Sales Price) $140,000 (Median Sales Price)
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Top Cities

Metro Total Sales Median Sales Price Foreclosure Savings
Columbia
154
31.6
% (y-o-y)
$141,500
4.7
% (y-o-y)
49.1%
52.0
% (y-o-y)
Charleston
96
55.8
% (y-o-y)
$269,500
5.9
% (y-o-y)
35.1%
33.2
% (y-o-y)
Anderson
67
19.3
% (y-o-y)
$119,000
2.4
% (y-o-y)
56.3%
38.3
% (y-o-y)
Summerville
56
60.0
% (y-o-y)
$179,950
5.9
% (y-o-y)
16.7%
25.0
% (y-o-y)
Lexington
46
35.2
% (y-o-y)
$143,000
5.9
% (y-o-y)
25.5%
27.7
% (y-o-y)
Mount Pleasant
39
48.0
% (y-o-y)
$385,000
7.1
% (y-o-y)
10.8%
24.8
% (y-o-y)
Sumter
35
34.0
% (y-o-y)
$91,500
21.1
% (y-o-y)
18.0%
61.7
% (y-o-y)
Easley
32
13.5
% (y-o-y)
$141,500
23.6
% (y-o-y)
42.8%
69.3
% (y-o-y)
Rock Hill
26
69.4
% (y-o-y)
$154,250
4.8
% (y-o-y)
41.7%
36.5
% (y-o-y)
Irmo
25
56.3
% (y-o-y)
$122,750
2.7
% (y-o-y)
29.1%
35.2
% (y-o-y)

Local Info For South Carolina

Population:
4,511,428
Schools: 1605   
Household Median Income: $43,939
Unemployment: 5.60%
Percentage of vacant homes: 16.58%

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