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Why you'd want to live in Concord

Concord When you think of Concord, North Carolina, think big. As the largest city in Cabarrus County and home to nearly 80,000 residents, Concord is a large southern town on the brink of a major metropolis. Born more than 200 years ago, Concord started as a 26 acre site that grew into what are now Downtown Concord and its surrounding areas. The shops that sit in this historic part of town, most turned over from their original shopkeepers, still recognize Concord’s early peacefulness, a reputation that earned the town its name which literally translates to “harmony.” Downtowners enjoy two city blocks of live theaters, museums, galleries, confection shops, and other studios. Harmony and history, though, aren’t Concord’s biggest claims to fame. Charlotte Motor Speedway, one of North Carolina’s largest arenas for NASCAR races and other similar sports, sits on a large chunk of Concord land, complete with dragway, dirt track, and barbeque-laden tailgaters. Every season, the Speedway packs its massive stadium with die-hard racing fans, pulling many nationally-renowned racers from their NASCAR headquarters, most of which are, conveniently, located in Concord as well. However, if it’s not racing season, Concord Mills Mall sits just down the road. For avid shoppers, this indoor outlet mall is an immense undertaking, but well worth the effort. Stores like Bass Pro Shop’s Great Outdoor World, Lego, and Forever 21 make up a few of hit stops in this shopping utopia. Top it all off with a full-size movie theater, food court, and old-fashioned carousel and it’s no surprise that visitors make a trip to this part of Concord an all day event. Concord has a talent for drawing a crowd. Brimming with activities for people of all ages, North Carolina’s racing town is a consumer-driven city with old school roots. Whether you’re taking a pit stop or parking in your driveway, Concord always earns a victory lap. via Expedia

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Concord Market Report

$441,605

AVERAGE PRICE OF 554 HOMES

$2,139,732

AVERAGE PRICE OF 30 MULTI-MILLION DOLLAR HOMES

$417,117

AVERAGE PRICE OF 87 NEWLY BUILT HOMES

$660,842

AVERAGE PRICE OF 14 HOMES WITH A POOL

$361,018

AVERAGE PRICE OF 11 REDUCED PRICE HOMES

Average Home

Average Price $441,605
Avg Bedrooms 2.58 beds
Avg Bathrooms 2.07 baths

Average Price by Bedrooms

1 bedroom $82,250
2 bedrooms $204,492
3 bedrooms $291,658
4 bedrooms $458,777
5 bedrooms $528,325
Concord Home Price Trends
  8/2021 7/2021 6/2021 5/2021 4/2021
Total Listings 606 596 590 434 350
Average Price $445,801 $444,575 $463,548 $378,820 $368,253
Avg Price Change +0.28% -4.27% +22.37% +2.87% +2.40%
Median Price $327,172 $324,521 $307,975 $319,298 $318,020
Med Price Change +0.82% +5.37% -3.68% +0.40% +0.37%
Avg Bedrooms 2.67 beds 2.62 beds 2.52 beds 3.25 beds 3.49 beds
Avg Bathrooms 2.12 baths 2.05 baths 1.99 baths 2.58 baths 2.8 baths
Home Price by High School
School Name Total Homes Average Price Avg Days on Site
Concord 64 $275,037 71 days
Cox Mill 36 $583,297 67 days
Northwest Cabarrus 66 $424,249 140 days
Unspecified 206 $428,791 108 days
West Cabarrus 48 $336,747 50 days
Home Price by House Size
Total Homes Average Price Avg Days on Site
All Homes 554 $441,605 103 days
Multi-Million Dollar Homes 30 $2,139,732 264 days
Newly Built Homes 87 $417,117 62 days
Homes with a Pool 14 $660,842 43 days
Reduced Price Homes 11 $361,018 45 days