Compare: North Carolina vs South Carolina

Home Values in North Carolina and South Carolina

North Carolina
vsSouth Carolina
Zillow Home Value Index

Zillow Home Value Index

Mid-point of Zestimate valuations for North Carolina. Half the Zestimates are above this number and half are below it.
$147,200vs$130,200
1-Year Change+2.9%vs+3.5%
Median List Price$199,000vs$189,500
Median Sale Price$177,400vs$168,900

North Carolina tends to be more expensive for home buyers than South Carolina. During the last year, North Carolina home values have risen by 2.9%, while South Carolina home values have risen by 3.5%. The median sale price in North Carolina is $177,400, but the median listing price was $199,000, a 10.9% discount. Meanwhile in South Carolina, the median selling price is $168,900, and the starting price had a median of $189,500, a 10.9% discount.

Homes for Sale in North Carolina and South Carolina

North Carolina vs South Carolina
24   Browntown Rd  24 Photos
  • 24 Browntown Rd
  •  House For Sale: $10,750,000
  • Beds: 5
    Baths: 10.0
    Sqft: 16,221
    Lot: 86,684
127   Thurstons Way  16 Photos
19   Red Cardinal Rd  25 Photos
60   Montagu St  24 Photos
  • 60 Montagu St
  •  House For Sale: $11,950,000
  • Beds: 12
    Baths: 11.0
    Sqft: 13,267
    Lot: 54,450

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