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Local Dallas Real Estate Market Statistics

LOCAL Dallas Texas Real Estate Statistics & Market Reports

These numbers cover all of Dallas, TX and the surrounding suburbs including but not limited to: AddisonAllenArgyleColleyville,CoppellFairviewFlower MoundFriscoGrapevineHeathHighland ParkHighland VillageKellerLantanaLewisvilleMcKinneyPlano,ProsperRichardsonRockwallSouthlakeTrophy ClubUniversity Park and Westlake.

Found 2 blog entries about Local Dallas Real Estate Market Statistics.

 

The Dallas Texas Real Estate Market Report for September 2016

According to the new data released by NTREIS (North Texas Real Estate Information Systems) in conjunction with the Metrotex Association of REALTORS® for September 2016, the Dallas real estate market still indicates there is very little change in DFW's "hot" real estate market.

Quickly Interpreting the September 2016 Market Report Numbers

In what was already considered a red hot seller's market a year ago in September 2015, the real estate statistics from September 2016 show indicators which still favor sellers over buyers and would absolutely indicate this is still a "seller's market."

All indicators listed above favors sellers.  While buyers do have more "new

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August 2016 dallas real estate statistics and market report

 

The Dallas Texas Real Estate Market Report for August 2016

According to the new data released by NTREIS (North Texas Real Estate Information Systems) in conjunction with the Metrotex Association of REALTORS® for August 2016, the Dallas real estate market is showing no signs of slowing down.

Quickly Interpreting the Market Report's Numbers

In what was already considered a red hot seller's market a year ago in August 2015, the real estate statistics from August 2016 show indicators which favor sellers to an even greater advantage.

Every indicator listed above favors sellers.  The number of new listings is down while the number of closings is higher.  This means less inventory, yet more sales.  Basic economic principals mean the demand

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