Jacksonville NC Real Estate Market Report — Jan to April 2016

The latest Jacksonville NC Real Estate Market Report January – April of 2016 continues to show trends that have been taking shape since the end of last year in Onslow County.

Jacksonville NC Real Estate Market Stats

Re-Sale home sales continue to rise, while both new construction homes and foreclosure homes in our area have seen a decrease from the same time frame in 2015.

Here are  the actual numbers of closed sales in Onslow County for the past 4 months compared to the first four months of 2015.

Residential Unit Sales Stats
Statistics from Jacksonville Board of REALTORS®  MLS (Onslow County Areas 1-7
)
January – April 2016          

Total Number of Residential Sales “Sold” YTD 4/30/2016 = 885 (919 in 2015)
Decrease of 34 or Down 4 %    

Total Number of Active Residential Listings = 1721

Total Number of Single Family Resales and New Construction Homes “Sold” YTD 4/30/2016
= 759 (779 in 2015)
Decrease of 20 or Down 3 %    

Total Number of Active Single Family Resales and New Construction Listings = 1429

Total Number of New Construction Single Family Homes “Sold” YTD 4/30/2016 = 198 (241 in 2015)
Decrease of 43 or Down 18 %  

Total Number of Active New Construction Single Family Listings = 344

Total Number of Resale Single Family Homes“Sold”YTD 4/30/2016 (NOT INCLUDING FORECLOSURE SALES) = 403 (338 in 2015)
Increase of 65 or Up 19 %        

Total Number of Active Re-Sale Single Family Listings = 1033

Total Number of Foreclosure Resale Single Family Homes “Sold” YTD 4/30/2016 = 158 (200 in 2015)
Decrease of 42 or Down 21%   

Total Number of Active Foreclosure Re-Sale Residential Listings = 52

JBOR Unit Sales Down 4 %…Coldwell Banker Sea Coast Advantage’s Jacksonville Office is up 32%…we are outperforming the market by 36%

JBOR Closed Volume Down 6%…Coldwell Banker Sea Coast Advantage’s Jacksonville Office is up 40%…we are outperforming the market by 46%

Average Sales Price Comparison
Statistics from Jacksonville Board of REALTORS®  MLS (Onslow County Areas 1-7
)
January – April 2016         

Average Sales Price of Residential Sales “Sold” Current Period = $144,920

Average Sales Price of Residential Sales “Sold” One Year Ago = $147,777
Decrease of $2,857 or DOWN 2 %    

Average Sales Price of SF and NC 1,2,3 Sales “Sold” Current Period = $154,941
Average Sales Price of SF and NC 1,2,3 Sales “Sold” One Year Ago
= $159,393                               Decrease of $4,452 or DOWN 3 %    

Average Sales Price of NC 1,2,3 Sales “Sold” Current Period = $199,725
Average Sales Price of NC 1,2,3 Sales “Sold” One Year Ago = $204,186                                             Decrease of $4,461 or DOWN 2 %    

Average Sales Price of SF 1,2,3 (NOT REO) Sales “Sold” Current Period = $160,005
Average Sales Price of SF 1,2,3 (NOT REO) Sales “Sold” One Year Ago = $169,039                         Decrease of $9,034 or DOWN 5 %    

Average Sales Price of REO SF 1,2,3 Sales “Sold” Current Period = $85,901
Average Sales Price of REO SF 1,2,3 Sales “Sold” One Year Ago = $89,114                                       Decrease of $3,213 or DOWN 4 %    

SF 1,2,3 = Single Family 1,2, and 3 story                                                                                               NC 1,2,3 = New Construction 1,2 and 3 story                                                                                       “REO” = Real Estate Owned or Foreclosure Homes

Though there are a number of red downward arrows in this report, keep in mind these numbers reflect closed sales, and I believe we will see those arrows turn as we move through this year.

There were a large number of contracts written in the month of April, and those “pending” contracts will become closed sales in the next month or two.

Additionally, we have entered our historical sales season, and that will impact the number of contracts and closings in the next few months as well.

Please feel free to contact me at (910) 358-8868 to discuss this report, or for help with all of your real estate needs.

Thank you for taking a look at the Jacksonville NC Real Estate Market Report January – April 2016.

Kelli SalterBroker/REALTOR
Coldwell Banker Sea Coast Advantage
22355 Western Blvd., Suite 300
Jacksonville, NC 28546
(910)358-8868
Kelli@HomesByKelli.com

 

MARSOC Foundation Fundraising

My view of the world changed on March 10, 2015. I was sitting in my office at my parent’s house early that morning. My dad walked in and said “There’s been a helicopter go down in the Gulf. The local news is saying there were special operations Marines in the aircraft.” My heart immediately sank. “Special operations” and “Marines” can usually only mean one thing — MARSOC. As the local news began to gather at the crash site, we began to see pieces of the aircraft wash ashore. We prayed and prayed for their safety, for their families, and for the MARSOC community as a whole. I knew in my heart that if there was anyone who could have survived the crash, it would be these guys.

My husband and I grew up about 60 miles from the site of the crash and my husband was deployed with 2nd Marine Raider Battalion at that time. Our hearts crumbled. This was the closest I had ever been to death in the military. I knew it was my responsibility as a fellow MARSOC wife to do something to help these families. They were our friends, friends of our community, and our kindred spirits. I found a local race supporting military heroes and signed up to be a Miles for MARSOC athlete. On April 4th, I ran a 5K in support of the MARSOC Foundation. Through my fundraising I raised more than $8,000 for the Foundation, including a corporate sponsorship to have the names of the 7 MARSOC Marines engraved on the memorial at the MARSOC headquarters in Stone Bay, Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. I have participated in a lot of races in my lifetime, but this one was different. I hadn’t run any since the birth of our son and it was a struggle, but all throughout the race I kept going and telling myself “we will not leave these families behind.” You see, one of the Raiders’ sayings is “Never Above You, Never Below You, Always Beside You.” I felt the spirit of the community as we ran that day. The true spirit of 7 warriors who left behind families and a community who love them dearly.

You can support the MARSOC Foundation to continue helping these families by visiting the link below or you can support the funding for the monument at Navarre Beach in Florida to commemorate their lives. If you can’t give, please continue to pray for their families.

http://www.firstgiving.com/fundraiser/KelliSalter/miles-for-marsoc — MARSOC Foundation

Andrew and Kelli on April 4th at the race.  Kelli ran as a Miles for MARSOC athlete at this 5K.

Andrew and Kelli on April 4th at the race. Kelli ran as a Miles for MARSOC athlete at this 5K.