Indian Land, SC housing market (29707 zip code) update for June 2019. The Indian Land housing market remains a seller’s market with just 3.1 months supply of inventory overall, but with only 2.1 months supply of resale homes. While new listings increased 4%, most of the increase was from new construction. Moreover, resale home inventory dropped 28.7% in June versus the same month one year ago. Average sale prices in June were relatively flat, while the median sale price of Indian Land homes increased 6.8% in June 2019, with new construction homes selling at about $40,000 more on average than resale homes. With home sellers getting 97.9% of selling price, not much room for buyers to negotiate. Pending sales increased almost 29% year-over-year, while closed sales were down 3%, most likely due to lack of resale inventory.