Lake Oconee Real Estate Market Review May 2018

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Real Estate Agent with Lake Oconee 280749

 

The Lake Oconee Real Estate market continues to be strong!

There were a total of 90 real estate transactions in May, 2018!

90 Properties SOLD (61 Residential/29 Land Lots)

32 on Water (21 residential/11 land lots) Sales prices: $55,000 to $2,750,000

18 on Golf Course (13 residential/5 land lots) Sales prices: $20,000 to $1,390,000

11 Over $1 Million

53 in Gated Golf Communities (34 residential/19 land lots)

28 in Lakefront Communities (21 residential/7 land lots)

  9 in Off water Communities (6 residential/3 land lots)

Greene County had 57 properties; Morgan had 5 properties; and Putnam had 28 properties

 

We anticipate sales to continue at this pace as we move further into the selling season.  If you are considering putting your property on the market, call The Vining Group at Keller Williams.  706-686-5033

 

We are Lake Oconee's preferred real estate team for many reasons, with Client satisfaction at the top of the list.  Rest assured, when you list with The Vining Group, you are making the right choice.  After all...

WHO YOU CHOOSE TO WORK WITH IN REAL ESTATE MAKES ALL THE DIFFERENCE!

 

This information was gathered from the LCBOR MLS on 6/6/2018 and is deemed reliable but not guaranteed.

 

 

 

 

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Jonathan and Alyce Vining
706-816-1010,
 
jonathanvining@gmail.com




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