Why Emerald Pointe In Savannah Stands Out

Looking for a great neighborhood in Savannah? Emerald Pointe may just be the perfect choice. Take a look at these 9 reasons why it stands out above the rest.

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Location, location, location!

Emerald Pointe is located just off Islands Expressway, making it convenient to practically anywhere in Savannah. Historic Savannah is just 3 miles from the neighborhood.

Privacy

Despite its location off a major roadway, Emerald Pointe feels as if it is a world away. The community is gated to help ensure the safety and privacy of its residents.

Minutes from the beach

Want to spend a day at the beach, swimming, sunbathing, and building sandcastles? No need to pack up the car for a long trip. Tybee Island is just 12 miles from the community.

Beautiful scenery

Because it is along the Intracoastal Waterway, Emerald Pointe offers beautiful scenery and views of the area’s saltwater marshes. Elegant old oak trees draped in moss are scattered throughout the community as well.

Excellent Amenities

Emerald Pointe features several great amenities for homeowners and their guests. They include a pool, tennis court, and clubhouse with full kitchen. There is even a tidal lagoon that is great for fishing.

Intimate community

There are around 40 homes in Emerald Pointe, along with a few lots for sale. The community is meant to be a small one, which means even more privacy and peace and quiet.

Beautiful homes

The real attraction at Emerald Pointe is its homes. Beautiful Southern and Lowcountry styles flank the picturesque streets. Each one offers state-of-the-art features, fine details, lush green yards, and beautiful views.

To learn more about living in Emerald Pointe, contact Lufburrow Realty at (912) 355-6562.


Savannah Events Calendar – September 2017

 

First Friday Oyster Roasts return to The Westin Savannah Harbor for all of Savannah to enjoy. We invite everyone to take the Free Ferry from River Street or park at the hotel to enjoy this local favorite. Guests will delight in specialty cocktails, enjoy coastal cuisine like oysters, Lowcountry boil and BBQ, dance to live music on the Riverfront Esplanade and catch the best views of the sunset and fireworks! Attendees can also shop with some of Savannah’s finest local artists, right on the Savannah River!

Come join us for some spectacular fireworks over Savannah River Street!

First Fridays in Starland celebrates local business, art, and food in Savannah’s coolest neighborhood! Join us every First Friday of the month from 6-9PM.

  • BaconFest
    Date: September 1-4, 2017
    Time: All day
    Location: Riverfront Plaza

Get ready bacon lovers for the 4th Annual Savannah Bacon Fest on River Street, Sept. 1-4, 2017! Select local restaurants will serve up all kinds of mouthwatering bacon creations, so head down to the river for a good time with live entertainment and all kinds of goodies!

  • Savannah Craft Brew Fest
    Date: September 2, 2017
    Time: 2 – 6 pm
    Location: Savannah International Trade & Convention Center

Sample over 150 craft beers from around the world combined with great food, beer seminars, a cider garden, a VIP experience, music and a cornhole tournament!

  • Labor Day Beach Bash
    Date: September 3, 2017
    Time: 7 – 10:30 pm
    Location: Tybee Island Pier and Pavilion

The 10th Annual Labor Day Beach Bash will be held on Sunday, Sept. 3 at the Tybee Island Pier and Pavilion. Free live entertainment will be provided on Sunday by Swingin’ Medallions from 7-10:30 p.m., followed by a fireworks show around 9:15 p.m. that can be viewed from Tybee’s eastern beaches.

  • Taste of Soul Savannah
    Date: September 7, 2017
    Time: 5 – 9 pm
    Location: Savannah International Trade & Convention Center

Savannah is known for its rich history and soul food. The Taste of Soul Savannah is an event marketed to both local and tourists alike, featuring the best soul and comfort restaurants, caterers, and chefs from Savannah and the surrounding region. Enjoy great food, music, and entertainment for the entire family. This event will host guests from all over the region and from around the world.

Join us for our 5th Annual Pin Point Seafood Festival. Expect a day of live music and great seafood and entrees from an array of food vendors from our Pin Point and greater Savannah area.

Produced and orchestrated by the Coastal Jazz Association for 35 years, the Savannah Jazz Festival is sponsored in part by the City of Savannah’s Department of Cultural Affairs — a free week-long program taking place in venues throughout the city, culminating in three days in Forsyth Park, and traditional ‘after-hours’ jam sessions around town.

  • Revival Fest
    Date: September 30, 2017
    Time: 2 – 11 pm
    Location: Georgia State Railroad Museum

From the folks who bring you Savannah Stopover Music Festival! Revival Fest is a modern Low Country hoe-down. Like a giant back yard party with your favorite music, food, friends and libations.We start at two and go all day and well into the night… with two stages, Eleven bands and our own house musicians (the fabulous Sweet Thunder Strolling Band), who pop up in the most unexpected places!

Founded on a love of music that spans blues, folk, americana, bluegrass, southern rock and everything in between, it’s the foot stomping South at its best. And did we mention there will be food trucks, Bourbon Snowcones, Local and regional Craft Brews and fun for the whole family?


How to Find a Knowledgeable Savannah Real Estate Agent

Choosing a Real Estate Agent

When you’re looking to buy or sell a home, particularly if you are relocating or don’t know the area well, it’s important to hire a real estate agent with knowledge and experience. He or she should be knowledgeable, not just about the various neighborhoods of the city, but also about market trends, negotiation techniques, proper pricing and staging and more.

If you’re trying to find a knowledgeable Savannah real estate agent, here are some tips to help with your search.

Ask friends

Word-of-mouth is still the best form of advertising, so if you know anyone in Savannah who has bought or sold a home in the area within the past few years, ask about their experiences. What agent or agents would your friend recommend, and why? Many times this simple question will lead you to the right agent; other times, it might just be a good starting point for the search.

Look up their bio

Most real estate agents now have their bios posted online, usually through their own website or through their agency. A simple Google search for Savannah real estate agents should bring up a few different agencies and agents. This is a great chance to find an agent that matches your personality, values, or even your own interests. Learn more about agents at Lufburrow Realty.

Consider an established, boutique brokerage

There are so many real estate companies out there — it can be challenging to choose! From large-scale “big box” franchises to smaller, boutique establishments, the options are limitless. If you’re looking for an especially attentive and personable buying or selling experience, there’s great value in choosing agents partnered with a boutique operation.

Check with the licensing board

If you are vetting a specific agent, the Georgia Real Estate Commission has a searchable database that will tell you whether the agent’s license is current and whether any disciplinary action has been taken. (Clicking on the record itself will also tell you when the agent first became licensed, so if you don’t know how long she has been in business, this is a great way to find out.)

Check for specialty credentials

If the agent displays a seemingly random set of letters after his name (e.g., CRS, SRES), it means he’s taken some extra classes to be certified in a specialty. Look up the initials to see what they stand for, as this specialty might prove useful to you. For example, if you are selling a home, you might want to hire a Seller Representative Specialist (SRS); likewise, you might want an Accredited Buyer’s Representative (ABR) if you’re buying. If you’re looking buying acreage, an Accredited Land Consultant (ALC) might offer key insights. You get the idea.

At Lufburrow Realty, our Savannah roots run deep, having been in business here for nearly a century. To talk to a knowledgeable Savannah real estate agent, call us at (912) 355-6562 or view our featured listings.


4 Tips for Investing in Savannah Vacation Rental Property

Between our charming historic districts, fantastic eateries and drinking establishments, beach access and recreation opportunities, it comes as little surprise that tourism accounts for a huge chunk of Savannah’s economy.

Graves in Camellia Terrace, Savannah, Georgia

In fact, Savannah’s annual tourism study estimates that tourists spent $2.67 billion here in 2015, an increase of $67 million over the prior year. Furthermore, tourists aren’t just spending more money in Savannah; they’re spending more time here, meaning they need places to stay. If you have an interest in investing in Savannah vacation rental property, you couldn’t find a better time than the present to get in on the action.

That said, there are plenty of things to consider when purchasing investment properties, which is why we’ve compiled the following — tips to help you plot a course toward investing in Savannah vacation rentals.

1. Decide on a neighborhood or point of attraction

We all wish we could be all things to all people, but the truth is people visit Savannah for a variety of reasons. Some come to enjoy the historic downtown area, take in the local attractions or just enjoy the relaxed vibe and the “open container” policy. Others come to enjoy the coastal resorts and the gorgeous beaches. Still others come to enjoy recreational activities like boating, fishing, watersports or one of the many championship golf courses in the area.

Taking this dynamic into account, your best bet is to decide which group of tourists you’d most like to cater to, and look for available properties in a neighborhood or locale that best meets those visitors’ needs. For example, if you want to cater to beachgoers and boating enthusiasts, you might look for properties on Tybee Island, or seek out waterfront properties near the marshlands or resort areas. If historic Savannah is more your thing, look for properties near downtown. If you plan to use the place yourself, you might choose a location based on your own interests, as you’re more likely to be passionate about promoting your rental property in that case.

2. Research costs versus income potential

Property values in Savannah are generally reasonable compared to other high tourist areas, but that doesn’t mean profitability is guaranteed. Try researching the comparable costs of property in your target area, and compare that with the going rates for vacation rentals, considering expenses like property management and upkeep, insurance, taxes, etc. When you run the numbers, can you see a consistent viable profit? What if you invest in improvements? Can you get a cheaper “fixer-upper” property and increase its market value by restoring it?

3. Get financing in order

Once you’ve honed in on a general location and determined what price points you need to make a smart investment, it’s time to look at financing and determine how much “home” you can reasonably afford to buy. We recommend getting your proof of income in order before visiting a mortgage broker, as well as checking your credit to make sure there are no surprises lurking. If you have concerns about qualifying for financing on your own — or indeed about the responsibility of such an investment — you might consider going in with a group of investors. You get a smaller piece of the pie, so to speak, but you also gain the advantage of group buying power.

4. Hire a qualified real estate agent

Investing in Savannah vacation rental property is much different than buying a home just for yourself or your family. There are a lot of additional factors to consider, including location, market values, proximity to amenities and high-traffic areas, features that will attract renters, and so on and so forth. For this reason, it’s very important to hire a real estate agent with plenty of localized experience in Savannah and the vicinity, particularly when it comes to high tourism areas. Look for an agent who has either grown up in Savannah or worked in the Savannah market for many years — someone who can guide you not just to the right neighborhood, but to the perfect investment property.

Lufburrow Reality has been in the Savannah real estate market since 1923, and our business has remained in the family for three generations. Few people know the Savannah area like we do, and if you’re looking to invest in Savannah vacation rental property, we have the expertise to help you find just what you’re looking for.

To learn more about investing in Savannah real estate, call the Lufburrow Realty team at (912) 355-6562 or view our featured listings.


Luxury Marshfront Living in Long Point, Savannah

From legends of Blackbeard’s hidden booty to the rich soil of colonial Bucknife plantation, it seems that the area now known as Long Point has always been associated with some sort hidden treasure. Today, Long Point, Savannah yields treasure of a different kind — not in buried gold or crops, but in luxury marshfront living, a symbol of the relaxed, rich lifestyle that prevails in these coastal islands. If you’re considering owning a home here, let’s take a look at just a few benefits Long Point offers.

Long PointWaterfront views

Virtually every home in Long Point is situated at or near the water, with gorgeous views of marshland or lagoons. Many of the properties feature private docks for boating or fishing, and the beaches are never more than a few minutes away. With vacation-like serenity just outside your door, your home becomes the perfect spot to unwind at the end of a busy day.

Recreational amenities

Residents of Long Point enjoy a trove of benefits for their association fees, including tennis courts, two swimming pools, a community dock and a playground for the kids, all making for a quiet yet welcoming sense of community.

Security

The Long Point community is protected by a gate manned by 24-7 security, adding an extra layer of safety to an area that already enjoys low crime rates. You’ll never feel unsafe in your neighborhood.

Variety of home styles and price points

In Long Point, homes range in style from European-inspired architecture to traditional brick, starting from the low $400s to over $1 million. No matter your personal taste, family size or budget, chances are there is a home here to suit your needs.

Click here for current listings in Long Point, Savannah, GA.

Here at Lufburrow, we’ve been connected to the Savannah real estate business for nearly 100 years, and our agents are local experts who can guide you to your dream home, whether in Long Point or in other great Savannah neighborhoods. To learn more about luxury marshfront living in Long Point, give us a call at (912) 355-6562.


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Savannah’s Top 5 Golfing Communities

Besides its historic neighborhoods, great food and relaxed vibe, Savannah is known for its golf communities, with dozens of world-class courses within a short drive of downtown. If you’re looking to catch a round or two, or if you’re looking to buy a home within walking distance your favorite pastime, here’s a quick look at Savannah’s top 5 golf communities.

Southbridge

Situated about 10 minutes west of Savannah’s historic district, Southbridge is an immaculate master-planned community designed around the country club lifestyle. The centerpiece of the neighborhood is an 18-hole championship golf course designed by Rees Jones, featuring an inviting clubhouse with pro shop and dining facilities. Other activities include fishing, tennis, swimming and a state-of-the-art fitness center and spa. The community itself features residences to fit every lifestyle, from single-family homes to luxury condos to sprawling estates.

Check out properties currently available in Southbridge.


Savannah Quarters

Imagine turning out of bed in the morning for a daily round of golf at a Greg Norman Signature course! Here at Savannah Quarters, this is no fantasy. Centered around a world-class tournament course lies a collective of gated and non-gated neighborhoods featuring a wonderful selection of single-family dwellings, townhomes and estate properties. The club itself offers a lavish clubhouse, as well as tennis, swimming, fitness facilities, playground areas for the kids, and even a planned upscale shopping district!

Look at properties available in Savannah Quarters.


The Landings on Skidaway Island

The LandingsEnjoy the golf lifestyle minutes from the coast! This exclusive private community provides access to not one, not two, but six championship golf courses designed by masters, along with four clubhouses, seven fine dining options and much more! Additional recreational opportunities are too numerous to mention here, but include two deep water marinas, fitness facilities, tennis courts and 30 miles of biking/walking trails.

Custom build your own home on an available lot, or choose from a wide variety of luxury homes starting at $300,000 and up! Downtown Savannah is just minutes away, but trust us — once you’re here, you won’t want to leave.

Check out available properties at The Landings on Skidaway Island.


WaterWays Township, Richmond Hill, GA

Drive 25 minutes south of Savannah to get into this emerging luxury master planned community in Richmond Hill. Neighborhoods of luxury homes weave around a network of lagoons, waterways and tidal creeks perfect for fishing, kayaking, canoeing and more! Enjoy the saltwater pool and summer kitchen at the clubhouse, along with miles of backcountry biking trails. Planned amenities include a poolside bar & grill, marina, tennis/fitness facilities and a Tom Fazio-designed championship golf course.

Look at available properties in WaterWays Township.


Wilmington Island

Wilmington IslandLocated just a few minutes’ drive southeast of historic downtown, Wilmington Island is one of Savannah’s most popular suburbs, and for good reason: Upscale neighborhoods, a country atmosphere, and of course the exclusive Wilmington Island Club featuring an 18-hole championship course designed by Donald Ross.

The club also features tennis, swimming, a kids’ pool and fine dining, and its elegant setting makes it a popular destination for weddings, banquets and other events. Surrounding residences include small and large single-family homes, along with stately townhomes and luxury condos.

Check out properties for sale in Wilmington Island.


If you’re looking for your new home in one of these prime golf communities, or anywhere else in or near Savannah, we’re the real estate company with the inside knowledge to point you to your dream home!

To learn more about Savannah’s best golf communities, call the Lufburrow Realty team at (912) 355-6562 or view our featured listings.


Savannah Real Estate Market Update – July 2017

Each month, we provide the latest  Savannah real estate market statistics based on data from the Savannah Board of Realtors. These statistics show a month by month comparison of the Savannah market. These stats are intended to help you can make an informed decision about the Savannah real estate market before you buy or sell a home in the Savannah area. Request a market snapshot for a comprehensive analysis of your home’s value in today’s market, or call us for an analysis of comparable homes sold.

These statistics are for Residential homes across the entire Savannah MLS.  If you would like similar statistics for a specific area, property type or price range, please complete our Market Analysis Request Form and tell us how we can help. We can provide real estate market statistics for specific regions around Chatham, Effingham or Bryan County.

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Savannah Real Estate Market Snapshot

July 2017 vs July 2016 – All Home Sales

  • 681 – Homes sold, 73 more than July 2016
  • $227,766 – Average sale price, $11,518 less than July 2016
  • 83 – Average number of days homes spent on the market, 27 days less than July 2016
  • 99 – New construction homes sold
  • 3033 – Active home listings on the market
  • 4.45 – Months of inventory
  • $155,108,526 – Total dollar volume of residential properties sold

June 2017 vs June 2016 – All Home Sales

  • 785 – Homes sold, 60 more than June 2016
  • $250,038 – Average sale price, $4,529 more than June 2016
  • 111 – Average number of days homes spent on the market, 6 days more than June 2016
  • 142 – New construction homes sold
  • 3129 – Active home listings on the market
  • 3.99 – Months of inventory
  • $196,279,852 – Total dollar volume of residential properties sold

May 2017 vs May 2016 – All Home Sales

  • 784 – Homes sold, 115 more than May 2016
  • $242,408 – Average sale price, $1,421 more than May 2016
  • 104 – Average number of days homes spent on the market, 6 days more than May 2016
  • 163 – New construction homes sold
  • 3139 – Active home listings on the market
  • 4.00 – Months of inventory
  • $190,047,508 – Total dollar volume of residential properties sold

April 2017 vs April 2016 – All Home Sales

  • 619 – Homes sold, 88 more than April 2016
  • $237,166 – Average sale price, $3,546 less than April 2016
  • 100 – Average number of days homes spent on the market, 15 days less than April 2016
  • 124 – New construction homes sold
  • 3153 – Active home listings on the market
  • 5.09 – Months of inventory
  • $146,805,713 – Total dollar volume of residential properties sold

March 2017 vs March 2016 – All Home Sales

  • 644 – Homes sold, 81 more than March 2016
  • $239,290 – Average sale price, $24,623 more than March 2016
  • 121 – Average number of days homes spent on the market, 10 days more than March 2016
  • 114 – New construction homes sold
  • 3212 – Active home listings on the market
  • 4.99 – Months of inventory
  • $154,102,980 – Total dollar volume of residential properties sold

February 2017 vs February 2016 – All Home Sales

  • 468 – Homes sold, 31 more than February 2016
  • $225,495 – Average sale price, $7,953 more than February 2016
  • 120 – Average number of days homes spent on the market, 9 days more than February 2016
  • 98 – New construction homes sold
  • 3054 – Active home listings on the market
  • 6.53 – Months of inventory
  • $105,531,507 – Total dollar volume of residential properties sold

January 2017 vs January 2016 – All Home Sales

  • 404 – Homes sold, 57 more than January 2016
  • $228,436 – Average sale price, $6,079 less than January 2016
  • 119 – Average number of days homes spent on the market, 7 days more than January 2016
  • 64 – New construction homes sold
  • 2978 – Active home listings on the market
  • 7.37 – Months of inventory
  • $92,287,961 – Total dollar volume of residential properties sold

See previous year’s comparison

If you are looking for an agent who knows all about the Savannah area market, contact Lufburrow Realty today at (912) 355-6562.


Savannah Events Calendar – August 2017

First Friday Oyster Roasts return to The Westin Savannah Harbor for all of Savannah to enjoy. We invite everyone to take the Free Ferry from River Street or park at the hotel to enjoy this local favorite. Guests will delight in specialty cocktails, enjoy coastal cuisine like oysters, Lowcountry boil and BBQ, dance to live music on the Riverfront Esplanade and catch the best views of the sunset and fireworks! Attendees can also shop with some of Savannah’s finest local artists, right on the Savannah River!

Come join us for some spectacular fireworks over Savannah River Street!

First Fridays in Starland celebrates local business, art, and food in Savannah’s coolest neighborhood! Join us every First Friday of the month from 6-9PM.

Edgar’s Proof & Provision, Savannah’s newest bourbon bar and gourmet eatery overlooking historic Liberty Street, will be celebrating the beers and spirits produced right here in Georgia. In addition to discounted drink specials, there will be food specials throughout the weekend.  Located at the corner of Drayton and Liberty Streets, Edgar’s P&P is home to an eclectic collection of signature craft cocktails made with the restaurant’s private label bourbon-whiskey Edgar’s Proof, more than 120 bourbons, a rotating selection of small-batch brews, intriguing wines, and a robust menu of small plates created with in-house made and locally-sourced ingredients.

The Savannah Gourmet Seafood & Spirits Festival is one of Savannah’s most celebrated summer events.  This fourth annual Gourmet Seafood & Spirits Festival will welcome celebrity chefs, renowned restaurants, competitive mixologists, flagship spirits and much more over four days. Last year’s festival welcomed over 1,000 guests to Hutchinson Island and this year’s events will draw even more attendees.

Come see Lost & Found, a family friendly movie, projected on the side of the Tybee Gym around 8:45 p.m. Please note that the movie start time is an estimate. The movie will begin when it is dark enough for it to be visible once projected on the gym.

Come on down with your dog, strut your stuff and see who wins a prize! Free Multi-cultural, family friendly fun event on River Street with vendors.


Getting Ready to List – How to Declutter Your Home

Cut the Clutter

 When you prepare to list your home, your Realtor® will you give you a to-do list of chores that will help you get your property ready to show. At the top of the list will be the dreaded word, DECLUTTER. I know, I know, the very thought of taking on that task sends the most level-headed person into a downward spiral of anxiety! Trust me, I’ve been there!

Your immediate reaction may be to ask, “Is decluttering really necessary?”

The answer, in short, a resounding, YES!

Potential buyers need to see themselves in the space, be able to visualize the placement of their own treasures and picture what everyday life will be like in their potential new home. That daydream can blow up immediately if they open the door to the hall closet and ten years worth of wrapping paper fall out at their feet.

I know that the reality still does not make the task less daunting and the compulsion to compare one’s home to the gorgeous pictures on Pinterest only increase the feelings of organizational inadequacy. But the truth is, it doesn’t have to be that bad and you aren’t earning a badge from Martha Stewart’s girl scout troop, or cell block, whichever the case may be.

Remember the old question, “How do you eat an elephant?”… “One bite at a time!”… the same holds true for decluttering. Follow these easy steps and your home will be decluttered in no time.

  1. Work on one room or space at a time
  2. Label 3 boxes:
  • Keep
  • Donate/Sale
  • Trash
  1. Deal with the boxes – make a run to the dump and donation drop off location immediately
  2. Items you want to keep – if you don’t need them in the immediate future, label the box and store it in the garage or attic
  3. Be honest with yourself – You can probably throw out the waffle iron with the broken power cord or the bell bottom jeans that your mom or grandmother wore to Woodstock (if you have never heard of Woodstock… call your mom or grandmother right this minute)
  4. Put everything in its proper place

After all that work, it is important to keep your space free of clutter and junk. A big help to me has always been the basket system. I have a basket in each room of the house and each night I pick up everything that doesn’t belong in that room and put it in the basket. I then return the items to their rightful place and my house is clutter free in under 30 minutes. The smallest of changes can make the biggest impact in simplifying.

The bonus in this work is peace of mind. There are a good number of studies and more than a few schools of thought that tie external organization to inner calm, so, the take away in all of this is simple… decluttering your home will create a space that rises to welcome potential buyers and can also help you gain some inner peace in the process!


Savannah Real Estate Market Update – June 2017

Each month, we provide the latest  Savannah real estate market statistics based on data from the Savannah Board of Realtors. These statistics show a month by month comparison of the Savannah market. These stats are intended to help you can make an informed decision about the Savannah real estate market before you buy or sell a home in the Savannah area. Request a market snapshot for a comprehensive analysis of your home’s value in today’s market, or call us for an analysis of comparable homes sold.

These statistics are for Residential homes across the entire Savannah MLS.  If you would like similar statistics for a specific area, property type or price range, please complete our Market Analysis Request Form and tell us how we can help. We can provide real estate market statistics for specific regions around Chatham, Effingham or Bryan County.

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Savannah Real Estate Market Snapshot

June 2017 vs June 2016 – All Home Sales

  • 785 – Homes sold, 60 more than June 2016
  • $250,038 – Average sale price, $4,529 more than June 2016
  • 111 – Average number of days homes spent on the market, 6 days more than June 2016
  • 142 – New construction homes sold
  • 3129 – Active home listings on the market
  • 3.99 – Months of inventory
  • $196,279,852 – Total dollar volume of residential properties sold

May 2017 vs May 2016 – All Home Sales

  • 784 – Homes sold, 115 more than May 2016
  • $242,408 – Average sale price, $1,421 more than May 2016
  • 104 – Average number of days homes spent on the market, 6 days more than May 2016
  • 163 – New construction homes sold
  • 3139 – Active home listings on the market
  • 4.00 – Months of inventory
  • $190,047,508 – Total dollar volume of residential properties sold

April 2017 vs April 2016 – All Home Sales

  • 619 – Homes sold, 88 more than April 2016
  • $237,166 – Average sale price, $3,546 less than April 2016
  • 100 – Average number of days homes spent on the market, 15 days less than April 2016
  • 124 – New construction homes sold
  • 3153 – Active home listings on the market
  • 5.09 – Months of inventory
  • $146,805,713 – Total dollar volume of residential properties sold

March 2017 vs March 2016 – All Home Sales

  • 644 – Homes sold, 81 more than March 2016
  • $239,290 – Average sale price, $24,623 more than March 2016
  • 121 – Average number of days homes spent on the market, 10 days more than March 2016
  • 114 – New construction homes sold
  • 3212 – Active home listings on the market
  • 4.99 – Months of inventory
  • $154,102,980 – Total dollar volume of residential properties sold

February 2017 vs February 2016 – All Home Sales

  • 468 – Homes sold, 31 more than February 2016
  • $225,495 – Average sale price, $7,953 more than February 2016
  • 120 – Average number of days homes spent on the market, 9 days more than February 2016
  • 98 – New construction homes sold
  • 3054 – Active home listings on the market
  • 6.53 – Months of inventory
  • $105,531,507 – Total dollar volume of residential properties sold

January 2017 vs January 2016 – All Home Sales

  • 404 – Homes sold, 57 more than January 2016
  • $228,436 – Average sale price, $6,079 less than January 2016
  • 119 – Average number of days homes spent on the market, 7 days more than January 2016
  • 64 – New construction homes sold
  • 2978 – Active home listings on the market
  • 7.37 – Months of inventory
  • $92,287,961 – Total dollar volume of residential properties sold

See previous year’s comparison

If you are looking for an agent who knows all about the Savannah area market, contact Lufburrow Realty today at (912) 355-6562.