Single-family home sales increased by 84% since 2010
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Home sales in Austin experienced a double-digit percent increase in October—creating a new record even as the inventory of single-family homes in Austin dropped to an all-time October low. In Williamson County, October single-family home sales rose 14.3% and the median price for single-family homes increased 4.2% to $295,000.
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.
Increasing sales and decreasing home stock leave few choices for Austin residents 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.
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®.
Central Texas home sales increase in first half of 2019; decrease in Austin AUSTIN, TX – Single-family home sales experienced strong gains in the Austin-Round Rock Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) but declined in the city of Austin in the first half of this year, according to the June and Midyear 2019 Central Texas Housing Market Report released …
While the Central Texas housing market is healthy and thriving, Austin continues to struggle with housing options that are affordable for first-time homebuyers as the median price surpasses $400,000.
City of Austin home sales dipped as the median price of a single-family home rose, according to the March 2019 Central Texas Housing Market report by the Austin Board of REALTORS®. At the same time, housing inventory remained critically low, and homes continued to spend less time on the market.
AUSTIN, TX– Central Texas REALTORS® sold more homes than any February on record last month, indicating the spring selling season may have started early this year. According to the Austin Board of REALTORS® February 2019 Central Texas Housing Market report, sales increased by 6 percent from February 2018 to February 2019 to 2,101 sales. This increase was …