June 2011 MLS Housing Statistics for Dallas/Fort Worth

Below are the MLS housing stats for the cities that surround the DFW Airport Area for the month of June 2011.   Many people believe that June 2011 was one of the first somewhat “clean” months to compare to in 2010, because the after affects of the 2010 tax credit should now be diluted somewhat.   July and August should be a more clean indicator of year after year results when compared to 2010.   The number of sales across the board are either flat or down in each city.   The only city that saw an increase was Roanoke with a 9% gain in the number of sales.   Only 2 cities saw the average number of days decrease and those cities are: Southlake and Trophy Club/Westlake.

Here are the stats for the greater metro Dallas/Fortworth Area.   Out of the 36 areas covered below, only 2 area’s saw an improvement in the number of sales (by the unit).   Those areas were  Dallas North/Preston area and Park Cities.   Many cities did see an increase in the average sales price, so this is good news.   But almost all of them had increased in their average days on the market (lots more inventory this year and not as many buyers).

 

Kevin Rhodes with Keller Williams Realty ~ Dallas/Fort Worth

832-233-0265

krhodes@kw.com

www.RealtorRhodes.com or www.SalesInYourNeighborhood.com

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June 2011 MLS Housing Statistics for Dallas/Fort Worth

Below are the MLS housing stats for the cities that surround the DFW Airport Area for the month of June 2011.   Many people believe that June 2011 was one of the first somewhat “clean” months to compare to in 2010, because the after affects of the 2010 tax credit should now be diluted somewhat.   July and August should be a more clean indicator of year after year results when compared to 2010.   The number of sales across the board are either flat or down in each city.   The only city that saw an increase was Roanoke with a 9% gain in the number of sales.   Only 2 cities saw the average number of days decrease and those cities are: Southlake and Trophy Club/Westlake.

Here are the stats for the greater metro Dallas/Fortworth Area.   Out of the 36 areas covered below, only 2 area’s saw an improvement in the number of sales (by the unit).   Those areas were  Dallas North/Preston area and Park Cities.   Many cities did see an increase in the average sales price, so this is good news.   But almost all of them had increased in their average days on the market (lots more inventory this year and not as many buyers).

 

Kevin Rhodes with Keller Williams Realty ~ Dallas/Fort Worth

832-233-0265

krhodes@kw.com

www.RealtorRhodes.com or www.SalesInYourNeighborhood.com

Research me on Facebook HERE.

Check out my YouTube Channel HERE.

 

Start writing here…