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June 2008 Market Report: Continued Rise in Central Texas Home Sales

Both single-family home sales and leased property in Central Texas have reached their highest point this year to date, according to the June Austin Board of REALTORS® Multiple Listing Service (MLS) Report. “Austin remains one of the best cities to become a homeowner,” said ABoR Chairman Socar Chatmon-Thomas. “Locally, our …

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May 2008 Market Report: Austin-Area Real Estate Market Remains Stable

As buying season heats up in Central Texas, the May 2008 Austin Board of REALTORS® Multiple Listing Service (MLS) report indicates single-family home sales are up slightly since April 2008, homes are spending fewer days on the market and overall, the real estate market continues to reflect conditions similar to …

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April 2008 Market Report: Austin Area Continues to Benefit From Stable Real Estate Market

Single-family homes in Central Texas are spending less time on the market as the number of home sales continues to resemble those in 2005, according to the latest Multiple Listing Service (MLS) Report. “Austin has one of the lowest foreclosure and unemployment rates and is one of the fastest growing …

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March 2008 Market Report: Report Indicates Higher Yet Healthy Central Texas Housing Inventory

The median sales price for homes in Central Texas grew 5 percent in March, according to the latest Multiple Listing Service (MLS) report. Single-family home sales for the month were 1,832, while active listings grew to 9,638. “The number of active listings available in Central Texas represents approximately five months …

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February 2008 Market Report: Little Change in Central Texas Housing

According to the latest Multiple Listing Service (MLS) report, the median sales price for homes in Central Texas grew 2 percent in February. Single-family home sales were 10 percent lower than during the same period in 2007. February 2008 single-family home sales totaled 1,553, a 10 percent decrease from last …

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