AUSTIN – The Austin Board of Realtors has released its September 2017 Central Texas Housing Market Report. According to the report, single-family home sales across the Austin-Round Rock MSA decreased while inventory increased.
Home sales decreased 4.3 percent year-over-year to 2,433 homes. The only county in the metro that saw sales growth was Williamson County, up 1 percent from last year.
Home prices continued to rise steadily in September. Monthly housing inventory rose for the ninth consecutive month, increasing 0.3 months to three months.
In Austin proper, median price increased 4 percent to $355,000. Inventory remains unchanged at 2.4 months.
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