Tuesday, February 01, 2005

North Carolina Resort Sales Strong

Not only did sales of existing homes in North Carolina shatter records last year, resort sales led the way, says Inman News.

According to statistics from the North Carolina Association of Realtors, the average price of a residential unit was $193,817. But, led by Brunswick County, resort numbers were especially strong. The so-called "Golf Coast" of barrier islands boasted the largest percentage increase in total sales dollars (47 percent), thanks mainly to the 21 percent increase in average sales price. Also booming: the Outer Banks, Wilmington and Jacksonville.


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