WACO – Local home sales slowed by 15.3 percent last month amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The metro saw 249 homes change hands, down from 294 in April last year.
The sales volume fell 14.6 percent year over year to $53.5 million.
However, homes stayed on the market an average of 15 days fewer than April last year. Mortgage rates also went near all-time lows, driving a boom in the refinance market.
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