Carmen Miller Quoted In RH Hearld – Homes Sales Showing Good Signs

Homes sales in the York, Chester, and Lancaster SC counties in February have picked up pace compared to February 2009. As stated by Jason Foster Reporter for the Rock Hill Herald, homes sales are up 10 percent for the tri-county area compared to last year.

Carmen was interviewed recently by Jason of the Rock Hill Herald. Jason’s story was published March 24th. Carmen said;

“It’s definitely a better market right now than it was last year at this time,” said Carmen Miller, a Century 21 First Choice agent in the Fort Mill-Tega Cay area, noting that homes priced below $300,000 are generally performing well.

“It’s a little exciting. You hate to be overconfident, but it’s showing good signs.”

Many Realtor’s like Carmen are wondering what will happen to home sales volume after the home buyers tax credit expires on April 30th.

To read more of Jason’s article  and Carmen’s quotes see the Herald article titled “Home sales edge upward in York, Chester, Lancaster counties”

Comments

  1. says

    That’s what happened also in our real estate market. We’re seeing some improvements and ups in the number of sold properties. Glad to know that you did as well.

  2. says

    Single family homes sales were up significantly in March and April compared to both last year and the start of this year in the Charleston Tri-County area. Is good to see the same trend in the upstate. Vacant lot sales are picking up and investment property sales are very slow.

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