NORTH TEXAS – The median price of homes sold by real estate agents in the area was $260,000—up 8 percent from March 2017.
Median home prices in North Texas are now almost 90 percent higher than they were in March 2009, according to data from the Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University and the North Texas Real Estate Information Systems (NTREIS).
While prices are still increasing, North Texas values are not rising at the 13 percent first quarter year-over-year rise of 2017.
Preowned home sales rose 4 percent in March 2018 from March 2017 with 9,412 single-family houses changing hands.
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