RE/MAX DFW Associates Sets All-Time Record
RE/MAX DFW Associates set a new record in 2015, closing in excess of $1.67 billion in sales volume, up from $1.5 billion in 2014.Â The average home sales price at our firm topped over $306,000 up from $278,000 in 2014.Â Â Thanks to our agents for helping make 2015 a banner year.Â Final numbers will be forthcoming.
2015 was the best year ever recorded for real estate in the Dallas-Ft Worth market
Expecting a great 2016!
DFW-Area Homes Gain $55 billion in Value in 2015
With the big price gains, Dallas-Fort Worth area homes have increased about $55 billion in value this year, according to a new report by Zillow.com.Â A just-released study by the Internet home marketing firm estimates that DFWÂ homes are worth $411 billion â up from $356 billion a year ago. Thatâs a gain of more than 15 percent.Â Nationwide, Zillow estimates that the U.S. housing stock is worth $28.5 trillion, up from $27.5 trillion at the end of 2014.Â âThis reminds us of the large role housing plays in the overall economy,â said Zillow Chief Economist Svenja Gudell. âTotal home value growth slowed this year, but there was still a significant increase in overall value, and many markets are more valuable than theyâve ever been.Â âAmericans are spending a lot of money on housing, and that will make affordability an important issue next year.â
-Â Â Â Â Â Â Dallas Morning News, December 30, 2015
Dallas Home Prices Now Almost 20% Higher Than Before Recession
Dallas-area home prices are at an all-time high and are now almost 20 percent higher than their prerecession peak.Â Dallas-area prices were up 9.3 percent year-over-year in the latest Standard & Poorâs/Case-Shiller Home Price Index report.Â Thereâs no sign of a Dallas home market cool down in the latest nationwide price report.Â In fact Dallas-area home prices are at an all time high in the Case-Shiller report.Â Local prices have jumped almost 40 percent since early 2012.
Case-Shillerâs study tracks over time the prices of specific single-family homes located in each metropolitan area. The index survey does not include condominiums and townhouses. It only covers pre-owned properties â not new construction.
-Â Â Â Â Â Â Dallas Morning News, December 29, 2015