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One chart tells the story

You have undoubtedly heard or read about the market transition that began in early 2022, but that chart makes it real! Continue reading

Yes, the market has changed … ultimately for the better

We have seen real changes in the Austin residential market in recent months, but increasing inventories and slowing price growth are healthy developments. Continue reading

Market pause?

Over the past few months the Austin real estate business saw evidence of some market resistance to rising prices and interest rates. Here are some details. Continue reading

Market transition?

The Austin-area residential market in 2022, so far, is marginally “calmer” than 2021, but our supply and demand issues continue. Continue reading

Austin’s 2021 home price distribution

2021 saw the most dramatic shift in the distribution of home sale prices we’ve seen. Here are the details, with comparisons back to 2011. Continue reading

Quarterly update – Austin residential real estate

The first quarter of 2022 showed much the same demand pattern that we saw in 2021, with continuing supply constraints and upward price pressure. Here are the details. Continue reading

Housing supply remains strained

We continue to sell more homes than we list, but despite that unit sales were up in February year-over-year, and price growth remains high. Continue reading

What to Expect in 2022

Many market watchers forecast somewhat calmer market conditions in 2022, but the pace of job and population growth in Austin makes that less certain here. Continue reading

2021 Market Dashboard Recap

The extreme pace of price growth in the Austin market has calmed somewhat in recent months, but our housing supply shortage is not easing. 2022 will likely be challenging — again. Continue reading

2021 – The Big Picture

The Austin residential market continues significantly under-supplied, with resale listing inventory at its lowest since June 2021. Could 2022 repeat the bidding wars and rising prices we saw last year? Continue reading