You put your home on the Dallas Real Estate market, waited for the willing and able home buyer and finally you got a contract for your Dallas home and it is time for the inspection. You are not sure how to speed up the process, here is Top 10 tips how you can accelerate the inspection easily. Read the rest of this entry »
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Collin County Association of Realtors just prepared the June Data for every city in Dallas Area. Since The City of Frisco in Collin and Denton County these statistics shows both counties together. If you need more information about your own Subdivision call or email me, I will prepare specific reports just for you.
Listings Under contract in Frisco is 225 homes and it is reduced 32.4 percent from last year. Average Home Sales Price in Frisco is $304,790 however Median Homes Sales Price in Frisco shows $257,000 and increased 7.5 percent from last year in June which is good news for home sellers. Average Days on the Market until Sales for Frisco homes in June is 83 days and 12.1 percent less than 2009. Read the rest of this entry »
There are a lot of numerous about Real Estate in all over the country. It is essential to hear from the good resources about Dallas Real Estate. According to Texas Real Estate Center Just over 21,717 existing single-family homes were sold in Texas last month, roughly the same as a year ago, according to MLS data compiled by the Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University.
The median price was down 1 percent to $153,300 during the same period, and the state finished the month with a 7.8-month inventory of existing homes.
Seems like existing Home Sales Unchanged in Texas Areas from last year however Dallas, Fort Worth and Collin County had very little changes.
When you look at Dallas homes 4,554 existing properties sold last month and Dallas sales have reduced 3 percent from last year. Dallas Homes Median Price was down 2 percent to $170,100 during the same period and Dallas finished the month a 6.8- month inventory of existing homes. Read the rest of this entry »