Thursday, May 3, 2012

Median Texas home sales price increases in first quarter 2012

The Texas Association of Realtors this week released good news for home sellers in the first quarter edition of the 2012 Texas Quarterly Housing Report. The median home price increased by nearly three percent versus 2011. 

In the first quarter, 2012, the median home sales price in Texas rose to $147,100. For sellers considering whether the time is right to put their homes on the market, this level of growth is a clear indicator that prices are on the rise. 

For buyers, precedent for increased sales prices means it's more important than ever to engage the services of a buyers' agent to help negotiate the best possible home price in a transaction. 

Overall movement on the Texas real estate market has increased, as well.  Single-family home sales in Texas were up 12 percent over first quarter 2011 levels. 

If you're ready to capitalize on Texas' growing real estate market by buying or selling a home in San Antonio, e-mail Jeanine Claus and the Claus Team, a full-service agency specializing in real estate located in San Antonio's outer I-35 corridor by phone at 210.566.6355 or visit us online at

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