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NAR: Texas single-family home prices on the riseNAR: Texas single-family home prices on the risehttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=57512013-11-13T13:32:00Z2013-11-13T00:00:00Z

TEXAS - The National Association of Realtors has released its third quarter 2013 single family pricing data report. The majority of metropolitan areas in 3Q 2013 experienced robust year-over-year price gains, with the national median price showing the strongest annual growth in nearly eight years.

The chart below shows how select Texas MSAs measured up to the United States and southern United States averages.

Median Sales Price of Existing Single-Family Homes for Metropolitan Areas*
Metropolitan Area 2010 2011 2012 3Q 2012 3Q 2013 Y-O-Y
Change
Abilene 112.8 119.2 124.6 135.7 139.0 2.4%
Amarillo 124.7 128.2 133.8 140.0 145.9 4.2%
Austin-Round Rock 193.6 193.1 206.0 207.5 225.3 8.6%
Beaumont-Port Arthur 125.1 124.2 127.8 126.6 139.2 10.0%
Corpus Christi 135.1 134.2 142.7 146.6 160.0 9.1%
El Paso 134.3 134.3 138.6 142.1 143.6 1.1%
Houston-Baytown-Sugar Land 155.0 155.7 164.8 167.5 186.6 11.4%
San Antonio 151.0 152.5 159.5 161.9 175.0 8.1%
U.S. Total 173.1 166.2 177.2 184.3 207.3 12.5%
Southern Region 153.7 149.3 158.4 161.6 181.3 12.2%

*Not Seasonally Adjusted, 000s of dollars.

For more in-depth housing data for all 25 MSAs in Texas, check out Market Data Sources.

National Association of Realtors®
Texas
Housing
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