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Austin Home Inventory Shrinks As Prices Rise

Oct 17, 2019 
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While the summer selling season has ended for most housing markets, the Austin Board of REALTORS® latest Central Texas Housing Market Report shows a double-digit percent increase in Austin home sales, which continue to outpace inventory and drive up home prices. The median price of a single-family home in the city of Austin rose 11.9% this month to $406,000––an all-time high for any September on record.

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San Antonio Home Sales Indicate a Continued Seller's Market

Oct 17, 2019 
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Home sales leveled out after the summer boom while still remaining at a record high for this time of year. September reported 2,725 homes sold, a nine percent increase over this same month last year according to the Multiple Listing Service Report from the San Antonio Board of REALTORS® (SABOR) which reports on all areas contained within the MLS. Both average and median sales prices showed healthy growth as well, with an average sales price of $270,147 and a median of $237,200. The month ended with 3.7 months of inventory available, indicating a continued sellers’ market.

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The Temple-Belton Market Saw Prices Rise This August

Sep 26, 2019 
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Temple Texas saw it's median house price rise by 4.3% this year compared to last August. Active listings are down up 4%, and the number of closed sales were up by 13.2%. 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.

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Austin-Area Home Sales Continued to Rise During August

Sep 24, 2019 
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As the summer-selling season came to an end, August Austin-area home sales continued to increase, while listings on the market decreased compared to the same month last year. The Austin Board of REALTORS® latest Central Texas Housing Market Report indicates the imbalance between supply and demand––which continues to drive up the cost of homes in Austin––will persist beyond this summer's sales activity.

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The Cheapest and Most Expensive Temple/Belton Zip Codes

Sep 11, 2019 
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As we see continued growth in the Temple/Belton area, we’ve seen more and more interest in rental data as of mid-2019. Consumers have seen growth and are now making plans to relocate or invest in the area. Whether that’s jobs or access other areas like Waco and Austin, the Temple/Belton area is growing, and consumers want to know the condition of the market.

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The Cheapest and Most Expensive Zip Codes in Corpus Christi

Aug 22, 2019 
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As we see continued growth in the Corpus Christi area, we’ve seen more and more interest in rental data as of 2019. With the recent growth of industry, many are making plans to relocate to Corpus Christi and surrounding areas. Whether jobs or access to good schools or entertainment, as people relocate to Corpus Christi, many want to know what the market looks like.

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Austin-Area Home Sales Set a New Record This July

Aug 21, 2019 
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Austin-area home sales set an all-time high for any July on record, as sales last month increased 11.7% to 3,439 home sales, according to the latest Central Texas Housing Market Report from the Austin Board of REALTORS®. Despite the record, home sales within the city of Austin remained flat due to limited housing inventory.

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The Padre Island Market Remains Active Into July

Aug 20, 2019 
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Corpus Christi, Texas saw a median house price of $210K this July, an increase of 5.5%. Active listings are down by 3.7%, but the number of closed sales were up 10.3%. In Ingleside, the median price was down 47.3% this June compared to last year. Active listings were down 4.3%. Average days on the market were down to an average of 56 days. It should be noted that significant changes could be due to the relatively small number of closed sales. As of July 2019, there were a total of 8 closed sales in the Ingleside market.

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The Austin Market Sets a New Record This May

Jun 20, 2019 
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The median price of a single-family home reached an all-time high of $407,400 in the city of Austin—setting a new record for the Austin Board of REALTORS®’s monthly housing reports. But at the same time, the May 2019 Central Texas Housing Market report shows declines in the city of Austin for both new and active listings, as well as a 3.4% drop in home sales. The same wasn’t true, however, for the surrounding areas, which all experienced strong gains.

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The Temple Market Held Steady In May

Jun 17, 2019 
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The Temple market held steady with a less than 1 percent change in its median house price of $174k this May compared to last year. Active listings were down 11.4% while closed sales were up 9.5%. With homes on the market for an average of 64 days (a drop of 6 days compared to May 2018), we could see median prices continue to hold steady as we enter the Summer.

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Home Sales in San Antonio Increase During the Month of April

May 24, 2019 
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San Antonio – Home sales in the San Antonio area climbed six percent compared to this month last year for a total of 3,003 sales, according to the Multiple Listing Service Report from the San Antonio Board of REALTORS® (SABOR) which reports on all areas contained within the MLS. Average sales price and median sales price each increased four percent year-over-year, with the average price rising to $267,071 and the median reaching $230,700. The month ended with 3,182 sales still pending (301 more than at the end of April 2018), and months of inventory continued its streak of remaining below four months, with April reporting just 3.7 months available.

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Austin Listings Expected to Increase During the Summer

May 16, 2019 
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Austin remained busy after strong first-quarter sales, with the number of April home sales skyrocketing almost 15% in the Austin-Round Rock Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) over the same period last year. However, because the median sales price increased by a much narrower margin, results signal market prices stabilizing, according to the Austin Board of REALTORS® April 2019 Central Texas Housing Market Report.

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Padre Island's Inventory Continues to Shrink as Closed Sales Were Up

Apr 24, 2019 
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The Corpus Christi market showed some signs of a slow in March. With closed sales down 9.3% from last year and active listings down 5.4% compared to last year as well. However, homes that did sell were on the market 2 weeks shorter on average. Additionally, the median price remained steady with only a 0.9% rise compared to March 2019.

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Hays County Leads the Metro in Home Sales!

Sep 22, 2016 
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Hays County is growing faster than the surrounding areas, with single-family home sales jumping 23.2 percent year-over-year to 377 homes for the month of August 2016. The rest of the metro remains competitive as the summer season comes to a close.

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Growth in Leander is Booming

Dec 7, 2015 
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Leander, a suburb north of Cedar Park, has experienced record-breaking growth over the last few years. Recently named the fourth fastest growing city in Texas by the U.S. Census Report, Leander is showing no signs of slowing its growth anytime soon.

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