Frisco TX Residential Sales Report for May

Sales were flat. Inventory jumps!

Single-Family:

Sales were flat in May as compared to a year ago. The average sales price rose 3% while the median sales price was up by 9%. Sales prices continue to be concentrated in the upper price ranges. Sales in the lower price ranges are strong but there is just no inventory. Pending sales increased 18%. The number of new listings had a nice increase of 12% while the active listings really to a jump up with a 35% increase. The risr in listings pushed the months of inventory up to 2.2 months. While it’s good to see the increase in listings if you are a buyer, it is only mildly helpful. We are still way short of the 6 months that is considered a balanced supply/demand number. We are still very much in a Seller’s Market.

Sales: 396

Average Sales Price: $405,949

Median Sales Price: $381,380

Pending Sales: 444

New Listings: 553

Active Listings: 718

Months of Inventory: 2.2

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Information provided by The Real Estate Center at Texas A&M.

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