If you’ve been wondering how the Smith Mountain Lake real estate market weathered 2017, get ready for some good news. Last year was the best year in Smith Mountain Lake real estate since 2008, and we have the data to support it.
Here’s the Proof
Winter weather hasn’t slowed down the SML real estate market, and data supports ongoing growth. January saw the sale of 22 waterfront homes, versus 14 in 2017. That equates to a 57% increase with an additional 33 under contract and pending sale.
What This Means for Buyers and Sellers
If you’ve considered purchasing a Smith Mountain Lake home, get in now while prices are still under pressure and interest rates are low. Conversely, if you’re thinking of selling your Smith Mountain Lake home, know that buyers are coming back. If numbers continue to perform as well as January, we’re in for a very hot summer.