Ok Davidson. We all love our town, but this housing market is crazy. Average home prices were up 37.8% over the past year (March to March). Months supply of inventory is 0.5 months. 6 months is balanced. This is a SELLERS market. Data Source: Canopy MLS
Want to test the market? Try an Allen Tate Firm Exclusive. No sign in your yard. No listing in MLS. Neighbors won’t have a clue. We just market your home quietly within Allen Tate. Given we are the #1 Real Estate Brokerage in the Carolinas we probably have a buyer who is desperate for a home and is willing to pay your price.
Call/email me to discuss – Clark Goff website Let me give you an idea of your home’s value.
7-8pm Main Street Books presents Well Read Black Girl Book Club – details
7-8pm Davidson College presentsThe 34th Cornelson Distinguished Lecture: Accessibility, Affordability and Innovation: Higher Education in a Post-COVID World with President of Brown University, Dr. Christina H. Paxson – details
Thursday March 18th
12:30-1:30pm Twelves Squares to a Blanket – Hearts on Fiber – details
4-5pm Davidson Village Network Virtual Happy Hour – details
Davidson, NC 247WallStreet.com ranked the best suburb in every state. And yes, Davidson is ranked #1 in NC. In our new world of remote work why not live in the best suburb of arguably the best state?
Here is what they said:
North Carolina: Davidson > Population: 12,666 > Median household income: $128,255 > Homeownership rate: 79.7% > Avg. commute time: 26.7 minutes > Metropolitan area: Charlotte
Davidson is less than 20 miles north of Charlotte, North Carolina. The median household income in Davidson is $128,255 — more than double the median in Charlotte. Educational attainment and incomes are closely tied. While Charlotte has a relatively high bachelor’s degree attainment rate at 43.5%, Davidson’s is much higher, at 74.0%. For context, the U.S. bachelor’s degree attainment rate is 31.5%.
The violent crime rate in Davidson is less than a 10th of the crime rate in Charlotte, which reported 739 murders, rapes, robberies, and aggravated assaults per every 100,000 residents.