How are home sales in Johnston County ? With three quarters of the year over it’s a good time to look back at how the real estate market did in 2013 and see where it might be heading. Johnston County is home to Clayton, Smithfield to name a few of the main centers of population in a primarily rural county but rapidly changing county in North Carolina.
Why do people choose to live in Johnston County.
- Great Schools
- Traditional Calendar
- Large Lots
- Better Value for money
These are only some of the features that people look for when choosing a home to live in Johnston County. If you look at home affordability Johnston County is one of the best counties in NC because its close enough to Raleigh and RTP but is nowhere near as developed as Wake Co. This means that land is readily available and can be had for less than land that is reaching a premium in the urban centers.
Here is some year to date numbers for home sales in Johnston County for the first three quarters of 2013.
- 3113 new listings
- 1906 closed sales
- $319 Million dollar volume
- 95.1% percentage of original list price received
- 97.2% percentage of list price received
- 114 days on market