Nearly 1K homes sold in Corpus Christi’s 78414 in 2015Nearly 1K homes sold in Corpus Christi’s 78414 in 2015https://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=120822016-02-11T06:00:00Z2016-02-11T20:50:00Z

​​​CORPUS CHRISTI - A sold sign sits outside of a new home under construction Rancho Vista subdivision. The Southside’s 78414 ZIP code saw the most home sales in 2015 with 911 homes.

The 78414 was the place to move in 2015.

Nearly 1,000 homes were sold last year in the ZIP code—an area of the deep Southside from Holly Rd to large portions south of Oso Creek, and from S. Staples St east to Oso Bay. 

It was the No. 1 ZIP code for total closed home sales in 2015, according to an annual overview on Corpus Christi's housing market, based on data reported in the Coastal Bend Multiple Listing Service.
The ZIP code with the second-highest closed home sales in 2015 was the 78418—the area that includes the island and Flour Bluff—here there were 703 home sales last year, according to the report.

In third place is 78413—what some would likely consider the traditional Southside, from Holly Rd to slightly south of Oso Creek, bound by S. Staples St and the Way Out Weber area—with 426 closed sales.

Behind that, there was the 78410—the Calallen area—and the 78412, near Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi, bound between Ocean Dr and Holly Rd. The 78410 saw 350 closed sales, and the 78412 had 301 closed sales, the report shows.

The top five ZIP codes for closed sales also showed some of the city's the highest median prices, the uppermost range being the 78414, which saw a $212,500 median home price in 2015, up by 25.1 percent since 2011, when median home prices in the ZIP code were $169,900. 

Of the five ZIP codes, the lowest of the median home prices $132,200 in the 78412 ZIP code, a 26.4 percent increase since 2011.​
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