North Carolina Home Values & Market Trends

There have been 163,496 properties sold in the North Carolina real estate market trends. Median home values in the North Carolina housing market are $333,485.15. The median residential home value for transactions over the last 12 months is 276,218.852. The State of North Carolina currently has 3,107 properties in foreclosure, 250 bank owned properties, and 1,085 headed for auction.

North Carolina Real Estate Market Overview

CountyMedian Est. ValueCountyMedian Est. Value
Mecklenburg

$ 463,142

$ 246/sqft

Edgecombe

$ 159,900

$ 101/sqft

Wake

$ 516,760

$ 236/sqft

Person

$ 365,015

$ 189/sqft

Cumberland

$ 241,342

$ 142/sqft

Wayne

$ 135,469

$ 96/sqft

Onslow

$ 266,490

$ 162/sqft

Lenoir

$ 211,126

$ 106/sqft

Buncombe

$ 583,737

$ 305/sqft

Halifax

$ 187,875

$ 109/sqft

Durham

$ 425,000

$ 233/sqft

Granville

$ 401,578

$ 196/sqft

Guilford

$ 306,018

$ 167/sqft

Surry

$ 270,027

$ 142/sqft

Gaston

$ 306,500

$ 190/sqft

Ashe

$ 475,951

$ 250/sqft

Forsyth

$ 317,194

$ 161/sqft

Alexander

$ 305,000

$ 180/sqft

Brunswick

$ 531,750

$ 266/sqft

Vance

$ 226,450

$ 129/sqft

Iredell

$ 442,052

$ 202/sqft

Yancey

$ 370,500

$ 224/sqft

Johnston

$ 369,450

$ 184/sqft

Davie

$ 359,900

$ 163/sqft

Cabarrus

$ 390,000

$ 198/sqft

Polk

$ 566,874

$ 276/sqft

Harnett

$ 324,900

$ 154/sqft

Stokes

$ 264,612

$ 152/sqft

Henderson

$ 498,538

$ 251/sqft

Pamlico

$ 409,702

$ 233/sqft

Catawba

$ 309,537

$ 185/sqft

Montgomery

$ 343,700

$ 197/sqft

Pitt

$ 247,837

$ 144/sqft

Warren

$ 307,707

$ 181/sqft

Moore

$ 455,000

$ 210/sqft

Avery

$ 348,152

$ 312/sqft

Carteret

$ 535,000

$ 291/sqft

Sampson

$ 240,287

$ 143/sqft

Alamance

$ 299,999

$ 176/sqft

Chowan

$ 226,762

$ 142/sqft

Rowan

$ 299,450

$ 177/sqft

Perquimans

$ 409,771

$ 167/sqft

Orange

$ 558,878

$ 268/sqft

Madison

$ 610,000

$ 322/sqft

Haywood

$ 454,794

$ 261/sqft

Pender

$ 522,827

$ 208/sqft

Craven

$ 319,000

$ 165/sqft

Currituck

$ 425,000

$ 222/sqft

Lincoln

$ 454,761

$ 218/sqft

Anson

$ 179,062

$ 115/sqft

Chatham

$ 775,000

$ 259/sqft

Yadkin

$ 282,000

$ 155/sqft

Davidson

$ 300,000

$ 161/sqft

Swain

$ 288,000

$ 144/sqft

Macon

$ 520,701

$ 328/sqft

Columbus

$ 232,100

$ 117/sqft

Hoke

$ 299,402

$ 149/sqft

Camden

$ 354,544

$ 183/sqft

Cleveland

$ 253,780

$ 155/sqft

Scotland

$ 151,000

$ 96/sqft

Burke

$ 268,340

$ 165/sqft

Alleghany

$ 339,900

$ 210/sqft

Nash

$ 272,000

$ 147/sqft

New Hanover

$ 475,000

$ 295/sqft

Franklin

$ 441,665

$ 198/sqft

Mitchell

$ 208,850

$ 133/sqft

Randolph

$ 292,750

$ 177/sqft

Dare

$ 629,000

$ 337/sqft

Lee

$ 322,500

$ 164/sqft

Hertford

$ 171,805

$ 91/sqft

Union

$ 519,000

$ 232/sqft

Washington

$ 179,950

$ 107/sqft

Caldwell

$ 306,750

$ 176/sqft

Northampton

$ 330,642

$ 233/sqft

Wilkes

$ 285,880

$ 161/sqft

Mcdowell

$ 283,078

$ 161/sqft

Watauga

$ 628,000

$ 314/sqft

Caswell

$ 189,851

$ 111/sqft

Transylvania

$ 585,000

$ 300/sqft

Duplin

$ 229,000

$ 149/sqft

Rutherford

$ 348,885

$ 179/sqft

Martin

$ 204,000

$ 115/sqft

Jackson

$ 599,500

$ 297/sqft

Greene

$ 164,579

$ 89/sqft

Rockingham

$ 199,900

$ 129/sqft

Bladen

$ 209,799

$ 151/sqft

Robeson

$ 180,000

$ 107/sqft

Bertie

$ 173,250

$ 98/sqft

Cherokee

$ 359,999

$ 233/sqft

Jones

$ 265,688

$ 166/sqft

Pasquotank

$ 279,500

$ 152/sqft

Graham

$ 294,950

$ 217/sqft

Beaufort

$ 350,000

$ 160/sqft

Gates

$ 267,388

$ 142/sqft

Stanly

$ 317,420

$ 179/sqft

Hyde

$ 109,900

$ 107/sqft

Wilson

$ 222,354

$ 132/sqft

Tyrrell

$ 214,500

$ 142/sqft

Clay

$ 484,284

$ 209/sqft

Richmond

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Housing Market Summary for North Carolina

Jun 2023May 2024Change
Median Listing Price$360.4K$364.8K1.21%
Median Sold Price$310.5K$328.5K5.79%
Homes For Sale16,48121,60431.08%
Homes Sold95,32484,322-11.54%
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Price Per Square Foot

On an average, Single Family homes cost $33 more per sqft than Condos. In comparison with sales price/sqft last week, list price/sqft of Single Family homes increased by 1.93% whereas, list price/sqft of Condos increased by 9.38%.

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Browse Homes in North Carolina

There are currently 21,693 properties for sale in North Carolina. The current home value ranges in price from 700 to 49,999,000. The total count of properties in the state is 3,665,855, and the percentage of properties for sale is 21693.00%.

Foreclosure
There are 100 counties within North Carolina; within these counties, the median estimated home value for homes in foreclosure ranges from $945,631 in Northampton to the lowest value of $14,700 in Northampton. Foreclosure homes account for 0.00% of properties in North Carolina with Mecklenburg containing 301 foreclosures, the highest number of foreclosure properties in a single county.
  • Pre-Foreclosure
    Pre-foreclosure homes account for 0.05% of all residential properties in North Carolina with Mecklenburg containing 213 pre-foreclosures, the highest number of pre-foreclosure properties in a single county. There are 100 counties within North Carolina; of those counties, the estimated home value for pre-foreclosure homes ranges from $5,846,409 in Yancey to the lowest home value of $17,939 in Pasquotank.
  • Bank Owned
    The median estimated home value of bank owned homes (REO properties) in North Carolina ranges from the highest value of $97,076 in Polk to the lowest value of $14,700 in Northampton. Bank owned homes and properties account for 0.01% of properties in North Carolina. There are 100 counties within North Carolina; Northampton containing 15 REO properties, has the highest number of bank owned properties in a single county.
  • Auctions
    Mecklenburg has 86 auction properties, the highest number of properties going to auction in a single county in the state of North Carolina. Auction homes and other auction properties account for 0.03% of all properties in North Carolina. There are 100 counties within North Carolina; of those counties, the median estimated home value for homes going to auction ranges from $2,158,802 in Jones to the lowest value of $28,680 in Jones.
Homes for Sale
Homes and properties that are actively listed for sale account for 0.59% of residential properties in North Carolina with Mecklenburg containing 2404 homes for sale, the highest number of listed properties in a single county. There are 100 counties within North Carolina; homes for sale in those counties, have a range of median values from $1,900,000 in Dare to the lowest value of $15,010 in Hertford.
    Sold Homes
    The median value for recently sold homes ranges from $4,500,000 in Currituck to the lowest price of $5,819 in Currituck. There are 100 counties within North Carolina. Wake has 8867 recently sold homes, the highest number of recently sold properties in a single county. Recently sold homes and properties account for 2.40% of properties in North Carolina.

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