It looks like summer is ending on a high note in the Charleston real estate market. August numbers revealed that in the Charleston area sales are up by 24% and the median price is up by 7.6%, compared to this time last year. In Charleston County alone there were 731 sales at a median price of $270,000 with homes spending about 77 days on the market, which is the lowest average recorded this year. James Island was the county’s most active area, and Mount Pleasant also had strong numbers where 250 homes sold at a median price of $381,125. Take a look at the latest market reports for each area below and see for yourself!