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Featured Homes for Sale in Greensboro, NC
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Home Prices in Greensboro, NC
If you’re looking to purchase a home in this charming, diverse part of the Triad area, the average home price for a home in Greensboro, NC is about $176,598. Also, expect to pay about $995 in rent. The average home value is $133,600.
Over the past year, home values have increased by 6.4%, which is good news if you’re thinking about selling your home. Home prices in Greensboro are way less than average home prices in the U.S. The median price of currently listed homes in the United States is $257,990, while the average price of homes sold is $228,200.
Overview of Greensboro Real Estate Trends
- Median List Price: $245K
- Avg. Sale / List: 97.0%
- Median List $/Sq Ft: $106
- Median Sale Price: $164K
- Median Sale $/Sq Ft: $93
- Number of Homes Sold: 302
Public Schools in Greensboro, NC
Whether they are elementary, middle or high schools, public schools in Greensboro, NC have a consistently high rating. Out of Greensboro’s 98 schools, Northwest Guilford High School has one of the highest scores. Public schools in the Triad Math and Science Academy School District tend to score higher than the Guilford County School District, but not by that much. Guilford County School District also enrolls 31% of Greensboro’s population. Some other great public school choices in the Greensboro area are Philip J. Weather Ed. Center, Early College at Guliford, The Academy at Central, the Academy at Smith and Uncg Early/Middle College.
Transportation in Greensboro, NC
Greensboro is a fairly walkable city, with plenty of taxis and ridesharing opportunities available. The Greensboro Transit Authority (GTA) operates bus services Mondays through Saturdays along 16 routes and seven routes on Sunday. There are also nine additional routes that stop at local institutions of higher learning and other select locations in Greensboro and Jamestown. There is a transportation system called TAMS, which provides transportation to doctors’ offices, hospitals, dialysis centers, clinics, dentists and other health-related offices for people who need to get to their medical appointments. Guilford County residents who have a Medicaid pink or blue card and have no other means of transportation also receive free transportation to medical appointments.