The calendar has turned and the Fall real estate market is in full swing. 312 homes closed in Cary, Apex, and Holly Springs during September with 28.5% of the closings credited to the numerous new construction subdivisions in the area.
Ten of the eighteen top-selling subdivisions were new construction communities. The ever-expanding 12 Oaks golf course community in Holly Springs had 10 homes close, half of which were townhomes. Other top-selling new construction communities were Citiside at Beaver Creek in Apex with five townhomes sold, Stonewater in Cary with five new townhomes and Evans Farms in West Cary with seven new single family homes sold.
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Here is a quick breakdown of all September closings in Cary, Apex, and Holly Springs by price range:
Overall the market was strong in September. The quickest moving homes were seen in Holly Springs. Homes priced under $150,000 were only on the market an average of 55 days. Close behind were homes in Holly Springs and Cary priced $150-$300,000. Homes sold were on the market just over two months selling at 98% of list price
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