The median price per square foot for homes sold in Southside jumped from $18 in January 2014 to $133 by September 2014. By February 2018, it stood at $164—an increase of 803% from 6 years earlier, according to a new study from the North Carolina Poverty Research Fund.
The median price per square foot for homes sold in Southside jumped from $18 in January 2014 to $133 by September 2014. By February 2018, it stood at $164—an increase of 803% from 6 years earlier, according to a new study from the North Carolina Poverty Research Fund. Chuck Liddy cliddy@newsobserver.com
The median price per square foot for homes sold in Southside jumped from $18 in January 2014 to $133 by September 2014. By February 2018, it stood at $164—an increase of 803% from 6 years earlier, according to a new study from the North Carolina Poverty Research Fund. Chuck Liddy cliddy@newsobserver.com

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