The real estate market in South Carolina is cooling down, according to a report from the South Carolina Realtors.The report revealed 9,670 homes were sold across South Carolina in August, a 0.2% drop compared to this time last year when 9,686 homes were sold.(Video above: This Color Could Increase Your Home Value by 5K)“The market is cooling down a little bit, but this is a typical trend following a busy summer when families are typically in a hurry to move before the school year begins,” said Morris Lyles, SCR 2021 president and realtor at ERA Wilder in Columbia.The report said inventory fell by almost 42%, along with pending sales at 12% and days on market at 50%.Currently, there is 1.4 months’ worth of inventory in South Carolina, down almost 42% from a year ago. The National Association of Realtors reports nationwide inventory increased slightly over the summer. But even with renewed interest, it’s still down…

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