Anderson County South Carolina real estate market report for the week ending February 3 2019…
43 Homes Sold in Anderson County
There were 30 homes in Anderson, 4 in Belton, 2 in Honea Path, 2 in Iva, 1 in Pelzer, 1 in Piedmont, 1 in Starr, 1 in West Pelzer and 1 in Williamston reported sold this past week.
40 single family homes, 1 condo and 2 mobile homes with land were reported sold this past week in Anderson County.
The average price of the homes reported sold this week was $171,090. Check out the chart showing the average sold home price:
The median price of the homes reported sold this week was $132,000. Check out the chart showing the median sold home price:
The average days on market of the homes reported sold this past week was 122 days. Check out this chart showing the average time to sell a home in Anderson County SC:
This is only the basics of what happened last week in Anderson County real estate.
Least Expensive Home Reported Sold
The least expensive home reported sold this week was a 1904 SF 3 bedroom 2 bath mobile home on 0.53 acres in the city limits of Iva.
It sold for $15,000 CASH after being on the market for 35 days. Originally hit the market at $24,000.
Located in the 29655 Zip Code and the Iva Elementary, Starr-Iva Middle, Crescent High school district per MLS listing.
Being sold AS-IS to settle an estate BUT does not look too bad. Of course, having all the proper inspections performed by a professional is ALWAYS STRONGLY suggested.
Mobile home and the driveway encroaches onto neighboring property but there is a perpetual nonexclusive easement.
Also the property is on a very busy highway so traffic noise could be an issue.
Central electric heating and cooling. Composition shingle roof. Public water and sewer. Large outbuilding.
Carpet and vinyl flooring.Kitchen with breakfast area, formal dining room. Owner’s suite has walk in closet.
A good deal for the price IF you are realistic about the issues I mentioned above and there are not any problems with the inspections. Also you have to be realistic about the pros and cons of owning/buying/selling a mobile home.
Most Expensive Home Reported Sold
The most expensive home reported sold this week was a 4687 SF 6 bedroom 4 bath house on 1.1 acres in Anderson.
It sold for $480,000 after being on the market for 365 days. Originally hit the market at $550,000.
Located in the 29626 Zip Code and the McLees Elementary, Lakeside Middle, Westside High school district per MLS listing.
Waterfront Hartwell Lake home with covered dock in place. Appears to have good water but the path to the dock has a bridge to cross over a small stream/creek.
Built in 2004 per county tax records. Brick/stone/vinyl siding exterior with full finished walkout basement. Attached 2 car garage. Architectural shingle roof. Heat pump.
Another issue is the home has a septic tank with a septic lift. Combine the creek/stream I mentioned before with the property having a septic tank and I would be concerned about drainage issues.
Still, this is a nice home with granite counter tops, stainless steel appliances, ceramic tile and hardwood flooring, multiple fireplaces.
Sold Deal of the Week in Anderson County
The best deal in my opinion of the sold listings this week was a 1666 SF 3 bedroom 2 bath house on 0.31 acres in the city limits of Pelzer.
It sold for $119,000 after being on the market for 57 days. Originally hit the market at $122,500.
Located in the 29669 Zip Code and the W Pelzer Elementary, Palmetto Middle, Palmetto High school district per MLS listing.
Home built in 1953 per county tax records. Brick ranch with new composition shingle roof. Attached 1 car “drive thru” carport and detached 2 car garage/shop. New electric forced air heat and central cooling. Public water and sewer.
Hardwood, laminate, and vinyl flooring. 14X20 den. New stainless gas range and dishwasher.
Does need some cosmetic updating but big home for the price and appears to be move in ready.
Foreclosures and Short Sales
Only 1 of the homes reported sold this past week was designated as a foreclosure in the MLS.
None of the homes reported sold this past week was designated as a short sale in the MLS.
Today there are 14 active listings of foreclosed homes for sale in Anderson County.
Today there are 6 active listings for a short sale in Anderson County.
Inventory and Absorption Rate
Today there are 611 homes for sale in Anderson County.
If homes in Anderson County continue to sell at the same pace and no more homes hit the market, it will take 99 days to sell all of the available homes. This statistic is for all homes in Anderson County and based only on this week’s activity.
New Listings in Anderson County
There were 50 new listings to hit the MLS this week in Anderson County.
This Week’s Hot New Listing
The best deal of this week’s new listings in my opinion is a 1968 SF 4 bedroom 2 bath house on 0.26 acres in the city limits of Anderson.
Hit the market at $160,000
Located close to Linley Park in the 29625 Zip Code and the Whitehall Elementary, Robert Anderson Middle, Westside High school district.
Brick ranch with architectural shingle roof and 2 car detached garage/shop. Natural gas forced air heat and central cooling. Public water and sewer.
New sunroom. Hardwood floors, fireplace, built in bookcases. Formal living room, formal dining room, laundry room.
Appears to be move in ready and priced right for the size/condition/location.
33 homes were reported as going under contract (Pending) this week in Anderson County.
Currently there are 235 homes in the MLS with an Under Contract (Pending) status.
The Fine Print:
Depending on the home/location/price range, this may not tell you what is possible or realistic for a specific home! It could be better or worse!
Because these statistics are for only one week and all of Anderson County, it does not tell you everything you need to know to make an informed decision!
If you have questions about buying or selling a property in Anderson County please Contact Me!
This report covers what happened for the week ending 2-3-2019 and is based on information from the Western Upstate Multiple Listing Service for the period 1-28-2019 through 2-3-2019. All of this data is from the Western Upstate Association of REALTORS® Multiple Listing Service. The properties in this report were listed/sold by various Participants in the MLS and is not meant to imply that I listed/sold all of these properties.