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The first Central Texas Housing Market Report of the year shows steady gains in both home sales and prices across the five-county Austin-Round Rock Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA), according to the Austin Board of REALTORS® (ABoR).
Single-family home sales increased by 84% since 2010
The Central Texas real estate market is headed for record-breaking sales this year. November home sales throughout the five-county Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) pushed the year-to-date total to 30,561 sales, which is approximately 300 homes shy of last year’s total sales volume. Each county experienced a double-digit increase in home sales.
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.
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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®.