Posts Tagged: charleston

Jeremiah Oswald, Gay Charleston Real Estate Agent

Periodically we’ll feature one of our real estate professionals here to let our readers know about some great Realtors, Mortgage Brokers, and Other Real Estate Professionals. Jeremiah has a passion for real estate which started when he bought his first home at 21. Homeownership and the idea of long-term investments inspired him to become a… Read more »

Charleston, West Virginia Home Sales Strong in June

The Charleston-area housing market is showings signs of a rebound as home sales topped 1,000 for the second straight month and prices have stabilized at a median price of $200,000. In June, 1,033 homes sold, according to figures released by the Charleston Trident Association of Realtors. In May, 1,002 homes sold. “Our market is showing… Read more »

WV: Charleston Real Estate Inventory at Record Low

The Charleston area saw continued improvement in residential real estate with record low inventory, the Charleston Trident Association of Realtors said in its October market report. October inventory declined to 7,524 from 7,792 one month ago. For the same month a year ago, inventory was 8,991. In October, the 670 homes sold in the Charleston… Read more »

SC: Charleston Real Estate Market Recovery Slow But Steady

It’s going to take up to three years to return to pre-recession levels of employment, the factor that drives demand for homes, research economist Joseph Von Nessen told about 400 area Realtors on Tuesday during their midyear residential market update at the Charleston Marriott. But economic indicators point to slow, steady growth in the Charleston… Read more »

Four Great Places to Buy Gay Real Estate

As the springtime buying season begins, many popular LGBT destinations offer rare bargains and unique investment opportunities. Below are four that show exceptional promise according to the world’s biggest LGBT online real estate network, www.GayRealEstate.com. #4) Asheville, North Carolina: The housing market in Asheville has been somewhat overpriced in recent years and the job market… Read more »