Where home prices heated up, cooled across Charlotte market in the first half of 2019

Where home prices heated up, cooled across Charlotte market in the first half of 2019

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — There's no question that home prices, when looking back a year ago, have increased across the Charlotte metro during the first half of 2019.

The median price of a home that sold in the greater Charlotte region between January and June rose 5 percent to $250,000. The median price during that same six-month period in 2018 was $238,000.

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Pinpointing where in the Charlotte area sales prices are seeing the steepest gains — or drops — is the focus of part two of the Charlotte Business Journal's four-piece series that dials in on activity in the local home resale market during the first half of the year.

See the full roundup here.