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November 2006 Market Report: Austin Home Sales Show Steady Growth

The latest Multiple Listing Service (MLS) report from the Austin Board of REALTORS® indicates that the Austin real estate market remained steady in November with record numbers posted in single family home sales and commercial sales. Single family home sales increased 6 percent from one year ago to 1,902, a …

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October 2006 Market Report: Single-family Home Sales Post Record in October

The latest Multiple Listing Service (MLS) report from the Austin Board of REALTORS® indicates the local real estate market continues to be productive, with single-family home sales posting an October record. Single family homes sales increased 8 percent from the previous year to 2,073, a record for the month. At …

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September 2006 Market Report: Austin Home Sales Show Strong Close in Third Quarter

The latest Multiple Listing Service (MLS) report from the Austin Board of REALTORS® indicates that September was another prosperous month for the Austin real estate market, with records posted for single-family home sales and aggregate monthly revenue. The 2,341 single-family homes that were sold in September represent a 3 percent …

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August 2006 Market Report: Austin Continues to Defy Cooling National Market

Despite a report from the National Association of REALTORS® that the country's housing market is slowing down, Austin-area home sales remained solid in August. The latest Multiple Listing Service (MLS) report from the Austin Board of REALTORS® (ABoR) indicates another record-setting month for the Austin market. In August, the number …

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July 2006 Market Report: Austin Remains Hot, while National Market Cools

July home sales set a record for the fourth consecutive year, according to the latest Multiple Listing Service (MLS) report from the Austin Board of REALTORS®. The Austin area continues to display uncommon vibrancy, despite a national housing market that appears to be slowing down. According to a National Association …

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