As we cross the halfway point of 2016, the real estate market in Houston remains relatively flat.  The average home price for June 2016 was up 1.59% year over year to $304,515.

Houston’s unsold Inventory held steady at 4.1-months of supply. While this is below the current national average of 4.7 months, it is still up slightly from last year’s ~3.5 months of available inventory. This increase in inventory has brought the market much more in balance between buyers and sellers from the past 3 years.  With that, we have seen relatively moderate price appreciation.


  • Single-family home sales fell .2 percent compared to June 2015

  • Median home prices were up 3.63 percent to $200,000

  • Total dollar volume increased 3.8 percent to $2.1 billion

  • Pending contracts for June were up 8.6% from June 2015.

  • Total active listings were up 13.6% from June 2015.

Find and click your neighborhood below to get the latest market data for these great Houston neighborhoods.
Afton Oaks / Highland Village
Briargrove Park / Walnut Bend
Camp Logan / Glen Cove
Cottage Grove
EADO / Eastwood
East Washington / Sawyer Heights
Garden Oaks
Houston Heights
Knollwood / Woodside
Memorial West
Meyerland Area
Oak Forest East
Mangum Manor / Oak Forest West
Rice Military / Washington Corridor
River Oaks Shopping Area
Riverside Terrace
Shady Acres
Shepherd Plaza Park
Spring Branch
Timbergrove / Lazybrook
University Place and Museum Park
Westbury / Maplewood / Brays Oaks
West University / Southside
Willow Meadows / Willowbend