The Charleston real estate market is continuing to improve, as evidenced by the Charleston Trident Association of Realtors' preliminary data for June 2014. 1,423 homes sold in the tri-county area at a median price of $227,500. That's up from 1,214 at $219,340 in June 2013.

Statistics for the midway point of 2014 also prove that the market is alive and well. During the first half of the year, a total of 6,613 homes sold at a median price of $216,273. That's an 8% increase from 2013.

Below is a breakdown of Charleston market statistics by county.




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