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Zillow North Carolina: Home Prices and Rental Data

Here is the latest Zillow data covering today’s North Carolina residential market

North Carolina residential real estate highlights, home prices, and rental data from Zillow:

North Carolina median listing prices and median price-per-square-foot for all home types:

  • All homes: $209,000 at $109/SF.
  • Single-family residential homes: $212,823 at $108/SF
  • Condos: $169,000 at $121/SF
  • Duplex and Triplex units: $167,500 at $100/SF
  • 1-Bedroom homes: $120,000 at $160/SF
  • 2-Bedroom homes: $136,900 at $109/SF
  • 3-Bedroom homes: $179,000 at $103/SF
  • 4-Bedroom homes: $299,900 at $111/SF
  • 5+ Bedroom homes: $465,000 at $134/SF

North Carolina median rental prices and median rental price-per-square-foot:

  • All homes: $1,075 at $0.72/SF
  • Single-family residential: $1,100 at $0.71/SF
  • Condos: $900 at $0.8/SF
  • Duplex and Triplex units: $1,016 at $1.09/SF
  • Multi-family residential: $995 at $1.01/SF
  • 1-Bedroom homes: $919 at $1.25/SF
  • 2-Bedroom homes: $923 at $0.89/SF
  • 3-Bedroom homes: $1,075 at $0.72/SF
  • 4-Bedroom homes: $1,400 at $0.65/SF

North Carolina median sales prices and price-per-square-foot:

  • All homes: $174,700 at $102/SF
  • Single-family residential: $102/SF
  • Condos: $103/SF

North Carolina homes sold for a gain or loss:

  • 78.5% of all homes sold above the previous home price
  • 21.5% of all homes sold below the previous home price
  • 8.1% of all listings had a price reduction this month with a median price cut of 3.6% (approximately $6,000)
  • 8.2% of all single-family residential home listings had a price reduction this month with a median price cut of 3.7% (approximately $6,100)
  • 6.9% of all condo listings had a price reduction this month with a median price cut of 3.4% (approximately $5,000)

4.2% of all homes in North Carolina sold in the past 12 months.

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The ZHVI (Zillow Home Value Index) rose by 3.2% over the past year, to $148,800.

Note: If any of the data is currently undisclosed, that is because the local jurisdictions currently do not share that data.

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