Houston Market Report for September 2015

Norhill Realty October 21, 2015

Houston’s Sales Inventory continues to hold steady at a 3.5-months supply.  While this is below the current national average of 5.2 months, it’s still great news for prudent local Buyers who want to fully explore their options before choosing a home.  Even better news? Inventory is expected to keep growing through the end of 2015 ensuring that Buyers will find the perfect home to fill all of their needs.

Not to be left out, Sellers also had a good month, as home prices reached the highest levels for a September in Houston, ever.  Median Home Prices peaked at $195,000 and Average Home Prices rose 5.57% to $303,852, according to data obtained from Houston’s MLS.  Home sales were also up 3.5 percent from September 2014 — a total of 6,691 houses.

SEPTEMBER 2015: AT A GLANCE

  • Single-family home sales rose 3.5 percent compared to September 2014

  • Total property sales were up 2.2 percent (8,024 units)

  • Total dollar volume increased 3.8 percent to $2.1 billion

  • At $287,808, the home average price reached a record high for a September

  • At $195,000, the home median price increased 5.41%

  • Single-family homes months of inventory climbed to a 3.5-months supply versus 2.9 months a year earlier

Houston Stats Graph for Sep 2015

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