If sellers are looking for their sign to list, this is it. The Triangle’s own News & Observer has declared a successful second quarter, stating that sales are up 30 percent after a successful run of sales months that has extended into the summer. Triangle Multiple Listing Services declares that listed home inventory is also proving success with a 19 percent decrease. With a smaller number of homes on the market, listing is easy, and agents are advising their clients not to wait. The average number of days on the market sits now at 97 for the month of June, 18 days less than the 2012 data. Average sale price is $249,300, a 3% increase from last year. The article states that it strong sales months are expected to last into the fall as well. Interest rates are also on the rise, so now is the time for Triangle homeowners to take the steps to list to sell.
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