Raleigh, NC Real Estate Trends: Rent, Selling Price, Active Listings

Real estate in Raleigh and Wake County is a very popular commodity.

Wake County recently hit a record median real estate price of $ 400,000, and Zillow ranked Raleigh the third hottest real estate market in 2022, The News & Observer previously reported.

Whether you’re looking to buy a home or just curious about the market, the 12 tables, charts, and maps below provide a visual overview of real estate trends in Raleigh and Wake County.

Charts are updated monthly, as data becomes available.

Bookmark this page and check it regularly to see how the market is evolving.

Number of home sales in Raleigh by postal code over time

How Raleigh Home Selling Prices Over Time

Map of the evolution of median selling prices of houses in the Triangle over time

New housing listings in Raleigh zip codes over time

Evolution of Home Selling Prices in Metro North Carolina

Median Raleigh Rent Price Changes by Postal Code

Total Home Sales in Wake County Over Time

Number of new housing listings in Wake County over time

Median Selling Price of a Home in Wake County Over Time

Median Selling Price of a Home in Wake County by City Over Time

Map: Changed listings for active housing in the Raleigh area by postcode

Map: Raleigh Area Rent Percentage Change by Postal Code

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Korie Dean is a reporter on The News & Observer’s service journalism team. She graduated from the Hussman School of Journalism and Media at UNC-Chapel Hill and has always been a North Carolinian.

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