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March 2009 Market Report: Austin real estate gaining momentum heading into buying season

Austin Board of REALTORS® releases March 2009 real estate statistics According to the March 2009 Multiple Listing Service report by the Austin Board of REALTORS®, the volume of single-family home sales in March 2009 was 1,421, down 22 percent from March 2008, and the median price was $180,160, down 4 …

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February 2009 Market Report: Central Texas real estate sales volume down, Home prices show modest increase

Austin Board of REALTORS® releases February 2009 real estate statistics According to the February 2009 Multiple Listing Service report by the Austin Board of REALTORS® (ABoR), the Austin-area home sales volume remains down year-over-year, but home prices have risen compared to February 2008. The median price of a single-family home …

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ACTRIS Bulletin First Quarter 2009

Read the ACTRIS Bulletin First Quarter 2009 to learn about Kevin Scanlan leading the 2009 ACTRIS Board, how a new public-view feature makes attachments visible to consumers, how an upgrade to MLXchange Property Reports brings more listing information, and more.

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January 2009 Market Report: Lack of consumer confidence slows Austin real estate market

Austin Board of REALTORS® releases January 2009 real estate statistics According to the January 2009 Multiple Listing Service report by the Austin Board of REALTORS® (ABoR), the volume of single-family home sales was 834, down 36 percent compared to January 2008. According to ABoR Chairman Jay Gohil, it is not …

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November 2008 Market Report: Austin Area Feels Effects of National Housing Slowdown

Austin Board of REALTORS® releases November 2008 real estate statistics, proposes solutions In November 2008, the Austin real estate market showed signs of slowdowns seen in other parts of the country. According to the November 2008 Multiple Listing Service report published by the Austin Board of REALTORS® (ABoR), single-family home …

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