By the Numbers
As Houston’s luxury home market stays red-hot, nine Houston buyer’s agents helped clients purchase the 10 most expensive homes in April priced up to $7,450,000.
Americans believe it’s a much better time to sell a home than to buy one, according to Fannie Mae’s latest survey of home purchase sentiment.
Houston saw an increase in single-family home sales, total property sales, total dollar volume sales, new listings, pending listings, closings and showings compared to April 2020.
The number of buyers who locked in mortgage rates for second homes spiked to 178% year over year in April, according to a report from Redfin.
The Houston Association of Realtors’ FRESH report briefly covers new listings, active listings and average list price for single-family homes activity in April 2021 compared to April 2020.
The NAHB attributed the monthly increase in its construction spending index to single-family construction and single-family improvements, both of which rose by 2% on a monthly basis. Multifamily construction, meanwhile, declined 0.3% after falling 0.9% in February.
Home closings saw their most considerable one-week year-over-year increase and there was also a significant rise in the number of new listings, pending listings and showings.
As housing demands hold steady and home prices rise, the number of new listings, pending listings, closings and showings were up compared to this time last year.
The median sales price of homes across 53 metro areas rose to record highs in March, topping $300,000. In Houston, the median sales price rose 4.7% between February and March to $288,000.
Who had the 10 most expensive deals in the Houston area in March?