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Top Selling Neighborhoods in Union County NC--Second Half 2012

What were the top selling neighborhoods in Union County NC in the last half of 2012? The year is not quite over yet but looking at the homes sales in various Union County NC neighborhoods gives us an idea of which neighborhoods home buyers preferred. The average price also tells us which price points had the most buyers. These are the top neighborhoods as reported by the Carolina Multiple Listing Service.

Here are the top ten neighborhoods in the Union County NC listed by most homes sold.

  1. Lawson 33 homes sold with an average price of $282,064
  2. Hunter Oaks 31 homes sold with an average price of $331,958
  3. Fairhaven 31 homes sold with an average price of $182,520
  4. Millbridge 29 homes sold with an average price of $245,888
  5. Cureton 28 homes sold with an average price of $343,663
  6. St Johns Forest 27 homes sold with an average price of $148,806
  7. Brandon Oaks 25 homes sold with an average price of $185,948
  8. Brookhaven 25 homes sold with an average price of $519,425
  9. Bonterra 23 homes sold with an average price of $202,089
  10. Marvin Creek 22 homes sold with an average of $680,140

Union County has a number of large communities that were developed in the 2000s. Many of these remained unfinished when the recession began and construction slowed or stopped. Builders have now re-entered these stalled neighborhoods and new homes can make up a majority of sales in these areas. Only Hunter Oaks and Brandon Oaks of the top ten neighborhoods are substantially completed with resales accounting for most of the 2012 sales.

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Copyright 2012. Carol Fox. Allen Tate Realtors. *Top Selling Neighborhoods in Union County NC—Second Half 2012*

Posted: Thursday, December 20, 2012 9:36 AM by Carol Fox

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