Houston Market Report as of March 5, 2021

Dated: March 5 2021

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Houston, TX

Fri Mar 05 2021
This week the median list price for Houston, TX is $400,000 with the market action index hovering around 40. This is an increase over last month's market action index of 38. Inventory has held steady at or around 4,385. Click here to stay informed with the Houston market!

Market Action Index

This answers “How’s the Market?” by comparing rate of sales versus inventory.

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Slight Seller's Advantage

Home sales continue to outstrip supply and the Market Action Index has been moving higher for several weeks. This is a Seller’s market so watch for upward pricing pressure in the near future if the trend continues.

Real-Time Market Profile

Never miss important changes in the Houston market.
Median List Price
$400,000
Per Square Foot
$189
Days on Market
77
Price Decreased
31%
Price Increased
11%
Relisted
16%
Inventory
4,385
Median Rent
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