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  • Central Texas September 2021 Housing Statistics

    AUSTIN, TEXAS ~ September housing market statistics were just released by the Austin Board of Realtors and residential home sales decreased slightly once again across the Austin-Round Rock Metropolitan Statistical

  • Central Texas August 2021 Housing Statistics

    AUSTIN, TEXAS ~ August housing market statistics were just released this week by the Austin Board of and residential home sales decreased slightly once again across the Austin-Round Rock Metropolitan Statistical

  • Central Texas July 2021 Housing Statistics

    AUSTIN, TEXAS ~ July housing market statistics were just released this week and residential home sales decreased across the Austin-Round Rock Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) for the first time since

  • Central Texas June 2021 Housing Statistics

    AUSTIN, TEXAS ~ The greater Austin area posted more record-breaking housing metrics in June as the median home price reached another all-time high—for any month on record—to $482,000 up from June's record-breaking $465,000. Below are year over year highlights for the Austin-Round Rock MSA and Williamson County where the area's inventory continues to struggle to meet demand while prices are on the rise. In the Austin-Round Rock MSA: What increased? The median price for residential homes increased 43% to an all-time high of $482,364, closed sales increased 8% to a record-breaking June at 4,369, and new listings increased 23% to 5,170. What went down? Average days on market decreased by 33 days to 13, active listings decreased 56%  to 2,265. As with June 2020 through May 2021, monthly housing inventory decreased once again, and for the eighth consecutive month remained at less than 1 month of inventory; this is well below the Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University’s benchmark of 6 months to maintain a balanced housing market indicating a strong seller's market. Heading north to Williamson County: What increased? The median sales price  rose 47% to $450,000, closed sales rose 11% to 1,539 and pending sales rose 3% to 1,576. What decreased? Average days on market decreased by 41 days to just 10 days, active listings  decreased  by 61% to  just 605 homes and new listings decreased 25% to 1,759 homes. Housing inventory also declined by 1.4 months resulting in just 0.4  months of inventory. This is far below the Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University’s benchmark of 6 months to maintain a balanced housing market. Susan Horton, 2021 ABoR president said “Our market has established its own new normal, as median prices climb while inventory remains low. With the unprecedented growth our region continues to experience, we can expect these trends to continue.” If you're selling you're in a great position to make a timely move! Contact me and I can provide you with a complimentary, current competitive market analysis for your home which will help you best understand what your home is likely to sell for given our fast-paced market. If you're looking to purchase real estate, my expertise and large Keller Williams network is helping connect sellers and buyers even before homes hit the market. If you'd like to speak with my recent clients who have recently closed or who are under contract, let me know! Contact me and let's discuss your goals and the current market conditions to help leverage both to your advantage! Joe Paul Reider Home Style Austin Founder Austin Realtor®, CLRA Keller Williams Realty, Inc. Email: JoePaul@KW.com Mobile: 512-222-3302 Web: JoePaulReider.KW.com On The Move? Search, save, collaborate, and more with the KW App - it's highly rated with 4.8 stars with more than 63K ratings! Text “KWCP11X” to 87778 to download. Let's see the app in action: #AustinBoardOfRealtors #HousingStatistics #BuyingAHomeInAustin #ABOR #AustinHousingMarket #AustinRealEstate #WilliamsonCountyRealEstate #COVID #FAQs #RealEstateCenter #AustinChamberOfCommerce #MovingToAustin #TAMU

  • Central Texas May 2021 Housing Statistics

    AUSTIN, TEXAS ~ The greater Austin area posted record-breaking gains in May, as the median home price reached an all-time high—for any month on record—of $465,000, while both home sales and sales dollar volume skyrocketed, according to The Austin Board of Realtors® May 2021 Central Texas Housing Report. Below are year over year highlights for the Austin-Round Rock MSA and Williamson County where inventory also continues to struggle to meet demand. In the Austin-Round Rock MSA: What increased? The median price for residential homes increased 42% to an all-time high of $465,000, closed sales increased 48% to 3,976, pending sales increased 7% to 4,355 properties, and new listings increased 6% to 4,413. What went down? Active listings were down 71%  at 1,739. As with June 2020 through April 2021, monthly housing inventory decreased once again, and for the seventh time ever remained at less than 1 month of inventory; this is well below the Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University’s benchmark of 6 months to maintain a balanced housing market indicating a strong seller's market. Heading north to Williamson County: What increased? The median sales price  rose 50% to $435,000, closed sales rose 47% to 1,358, new listings rose 20% to 1,524 and pending sales rose 7% to 1,515. Similar to the Greater Austin-Round Rock MSA new listings were up at 38% to 1,576, also higher than that of March 2021. What decreased? Active listings  decreased  by 74% to  just 472 homes. Housing inventory also declined by 1.4 months resulting in just 0.4  months of inventory. This is far below the Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University’s benchmark of 6 months to maintain a balanced housing market. “Austin’s housing market has become one of the most competitive markets in the U.S.,” Susan Horton, 2021 ABoR President, said. “As new companies relocate to Austin and the city’s popularity draws in new residents, the sheer demand for housing has created a critical inventory shortage, reinforcing that affordability and accessibility to housing across our region is a real concern and should be a top priority for local leaders." If you're selling, you're in a great position to make a timely move! Contact me and I can provide you with a complimentary, current competitive market analysis for your home which will help you best understand what your home is likely to sell for given our fast-paced market. If you're looking to purchase real estate, my expertise and large Keller Williams network is helping connect sellers and buyers even before homes hit the market. If you'd like to speak with my recent clients who have recently closed or who are under contract, let me know! Contact me and let's discuss your goals and the current market conditions to help leverage both to your advantage! Joe Paul Reider Home Style Austin Founder Austin Realtor®, CLRA Keller Williams Realty, Inc. Email: JoePaul@KW.com Mobile: 512-222-3302 Web: JoePaulReider.KW.com On The Move? Search, save, collaborate, and more with the KW App - it's highly rated with 4.8 stars with more than 63K ratings! Text “KWCP11X” to 87778 to download. Let's see the app in action: #AustinBoardOfRealtors #HousingStatistics #BuyingAHomeInAustin #ABOR #AustinHousingMarket #AustinRealEstate #WilliamsonCountyRealEstate #COVID #FAQs #RealEstateCenter #AustinChamberOfCommerce #MovingToAustin #TAMU

  • Central Texas April 2021 Housing Statistics

    AUSTIN, TEXAS ~ April 2021 market statistics for the Central Texas area were released by The Austin Board

  • Central Texas March 2021 Housing Statistics

    AUSTIN, TEXAS ~ March 2021 market statistics for the Central Texas area were released by The Austin Board

  • Central Texas February 2021 Housing Statistics

    February market statistics for the Central Texas area were just released by The Austin Board of Realtors

  • Central Texas January 2021 Housing Statistics

    After a several days' delay from the winter weather crisis, January market statistics for the Central

  • Central Texas December 2020 Housing Statistics

    December 2020 market statistics for the Central Texas area have been released by The Austin Board of