DALLAS - In April 2014, sellers of Dallas preowned houses got almost 99 percent of their asking prices, according to a new report by ZipRealty Inc.
The home marketing firm found that Dallas area prices rose by 6 percent in April compared to April 2013, about the same as the national increase.
However, nationwide home inventories rise slightly in April, but the number of houses listed for sale with agents in the Dallas area dropped 17 percent from April 2013.
The median home sales price in Dallas in April was $190,000, according to ZipRealty. That compares with $277,627 nationwide.
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