Temple Texas saw it's median house price rise by 4.7% this year compared to last September. Active listings are down 10.7%, and the number of closed sales was up by 11.7%. The rise in closed sales could be what has led to fewer days on the market, and a rising median price as the inventory has sold off.
The Belton market median price was up 13.5% this September compared to last year, active listings down by 19.8%. Average days on the market were down on average, around 78 days. Closed sales in the market totaled 25, an increase of 19.1% compared to last September.
In the Killeen market, home sales were up 27%. Additionally, the median price rose 13.2% to $147K. The trend could be in part to the shrinking inventory as active listings were down 24.5% compared to 2018.
The average number of days on the market in Harker Heights dropped 13 days less compared to 2018. Active listings were down 1.5%, with 134 listings on the market this September. The median price was up 0.6% and closed sales were up 34.3% compared to 2018.