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June 2007 Market Report: June Home Sales Show Slight Decline

The latest Multiple Listing Service (MLS) report from the Austin Board of REALTORS® shows that June home sales fell slightly, marking the first decrease for the month since 2002. June saw 2,800 single-family home sales, representing the second highest home sales ever recorded for the month of June and a …

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May 2007 Market Report: Austin Market Heats Up in May

The weather is getting hotter and so is the Austin real estate market. The latest Multiple Listing Service (MLS) Report from the Austin Board of REALTORS® indicates local home sales remain strong. The 2,679 single family homes sold in May 2007 represent a two percent increase from one year ago …

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April 2007 Market Report: Boost in Austin Real Estate Market for April

Though a continued slump in home sales throughout the nation persists, Austin has maintained its strong level of sales. According to a report from the Austin Board of REALTORS®, April experienced a refreshing burst in number of homes sold. Single-family home sales, which totaled 2,313, increased a total of six …

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March 2007 Market Report: March Property Sales Reflect Healthy Market

According to the latest Multiple Listing Service (MLS) report from the Austin Board of REALTORS®, the local market continued to improve in March while the rest of the nation experienced downfalls. Reflecting a healthy 6 percent increase in total monthly revenue from 2006, single-family home sales generated $569,848,059 for the …

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February 2007 Market Report: February Home Sales Reflect Continued Growth

The Austin area market continues to experience healthy numbers, according to the latest property listings report from the Austin Board of REALTORS®. Experiencing a 1 percent increase from last February, single-family home sales totaled 1,714. The sales contributed $400,330,410 to the local economy, reflecting a 5 percent improvement from 2006. …

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