Here’s the Cherokee County GA Real Estate Sales Report for September 2018. This report gives detailed real estate market data for Cherokee County in September 2018.

September’s real estate sales data for Cherokee County paints the picture of a real estate market in transition from Summer to Fall. Both new listings and closed sales are down, by 8.1% and 7.3% respectively, signaling that the market as a whole has slowed down a bit, as is expected this time of year. There’s still home buyers out there, though; the number of pending sales is up 4.7%.

Surprisingly, the Cherokee County housing inventory seems to be leveling out; for the third month in a row, the overall inventory of homes for sale has increased. There’s currently 3 months of inventory on the market, which is higher than neighboring counties. The increased inventory didn’t slow down the buying process, luckily… the number of days that a home is on the market has decreased by a whopping 12%, and the percent of list price received rose to 98.4%.

There’s even more interesting details in the full report.  To view the full September 2018 real estate sales report for Cherokee County, GA, just click here.

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