Austin Board of REALTORS® Releases January 2011 Real Estate Statistics
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In the same time period, the median price in Austin was $190,000, up six percent from January 2010; and homes spent an average of 93 days on the market, 11 percent longer than January 2010. In addition, new listings were down 14 percent in January 2011 compared to January 2010 and active listings were down five percent, indicating a decreasing inventory of homes.
“The latest figures show that we are seeing the economic recovery continue in Austin,” said Judith Bundschuh, Chairman of the Austin Board of REALTORS®.
Chairman Bundschuh continued, “Looking at these results, sellers should be encouraged that demand and prices are strong, but they should expect to be patient to achieve full value. Buyers should know that fewer listings combined with increased demand could mean they will encounter more competition for properties.”
January 2011 Statistics
- $245,504,025 – Total dollar volume of single-family properties sold, 16 percent more than January 2010.
- $190,000 – Median price for single-family homes, six percent more than January 2010.
- 975 – Single-family homes sold, 14 percent more than January 2010.
- 93 – Days on market, 11 percent longer than January 2010.
- 2,403 – New single-family home listings on the market, 14 percent less than January 2010.
- 8,144 – Active single-family home listings on the market, five percent less than January 2010.
- 1,410 – Pending sales for single-family homes, unchanged from January 2010.
The Austin Board of REALTORS® is a non-profit, voluntary organization representing more than 8,500 licensed REALTORS® in Central Texas. Visit www.austinhomesearch.com, a public resource on Austin real estate, for the latest news on the local housing market. For more information, please contact Angela Brutsché at 512-454-7636.