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Foreclosure rates dropping in Charleston

If you're living in Charleston and are faced with a foreclosure, you may want to look into your options for keeping your home. Home foreclosure isn't always the only option you have, and there may be alternatives to foreclosure that you can try. There has been some good news out of the region lately; according to a May 28 report, the number of foreclosures in Charleston, South Carolina, has dropped again.

Residential real estate sales on the rise

Last month, home sales were on the rise all across the United States. This new data should be very interesting for buyers in South Carolina and elsewhere because it indicates that the spring season, which is often when homes are put up on the market, could be very strong. The increase in purchases had a lot to do with the already increasing supply of homes, which could be positive news for those who want to sell and are planning to add to that pool.

South Carolina sees positive signs in real estate

In South Carolina, the recession hit hard. A major part of determining the value of an area and the economic value and outlook of that area is the real-estate transactions that take place. Fortunately, the South Carolina Department of Commerce has reported that the March Economic Outlook report is optimistic.

Foreclosures fall in South Carolina

In South Carolina, the recession hit as hard or harder than in other areas of the United States. That being said, foreclosure sales are now falling, and that is actual very good for the economy. What that means is that homes that were abandoned or put up for sale previously are now moving, because the market is no longer stagnant.

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One of the most important factors in real estate is the location of a property or establishment. A business' location can help determine its success. However, it can also raise the ire of its potential customers and prevent the business from ever opening its doors.

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