Aaron Carter Career and Lancaster, California, real estate market

Nov 07, 2022
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By Leroy A. Brown

Aaron Carter, the younger brother of Backstreet Boys member Nick Carter, died on Saturday, November 5, 2022, in the bathtub at his Lancaster, California home.

Aaron Carter died at age 34.

Police Information Officer Deputy Alejandra Parra from the Los Angeles (L.A.) County Sheriff’s Department made a statement about Carter’s death.

Aaron Carter had a son called Prince with Melanie Martin.

Angel Conrad is Aaron Carter’s twin sister.


Carter’s career

Carter was a singer and rapper who used to open for the boyband Backstreet Boys and Britney Spears at some of their tours and concerts.

Carter had sold millions of his albums during his solo career, including his second album, which went triple platinum after being released in 2000. That album was titled ‘Aaron’s Party (Come get it),' and its hit song of the same name went to 35 on the Billboard Hot 100.

Another smash hit Carter had was ‘I want candy.'

Carter’s fifth and last album ‘Love’ was released in 2018.

Carter also appeared on TV shows such as ‘Lizzie McGuire’ and the ‘House of Carters’.



Aaron Carter’s real estate investments

Aaron Carter had at least two (2) real estate investments. Both of his ventures were homes, one of which he had listed on Zillow for sale in 2022.

This real estate home Carter placed on Zillow was listed at US$799,900. It has 7 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, is 4,131 sq. ft., and is located in Lancaster, California, in the United States of America (U.S.A.). 

The property also had a custom-made outdoor swimming pool, walk-in-pantry, massive fireplace, palm trees around the yard, other features, upgrades, and custom fixtures.

It has been recorded that the home was bought in 2020 for US$620,000.


Lancaster, California, real estate market

The Lancaster, California, real estate market may be considered competitive as homes receive an average of four (4) offers and sell in approximately 30 days.

The average sale price for a home in Lancaster, California, is around $435,000, which is down by 1.1% compared to a year earlier. At the same time, the average sale price per square foot is about $260, up by almost 40% from a year ago.

The number of homes for sale reduced in September and increased in October.

About 80% of homebuyers in Lancaster, California, want to stay in the metropolitan area.

In 2022, approximately 5% of homebuyers in the United States of America (U.S.A.) searched to move to Lancaster, California. These homebuyers were mainly from San Francisco, Chicago, and New York.

Lancaster, California, may be considered a neutral market because the homes' prices are reasonable, and the houses do not sell as fast.