Milwood Homes Are Selling Faster Than Ever in 2013!


Milwood real estate has shown rapid growth through the first 3 months of 2013. The Austin Board of REALTORS recently finalized their statistics for January through March of this year, giving us the opportunity to look at the real estate market

In Q1 2013, the number of homes sold jumped 38.5% to 54, 15 more than last year. The largest change is the average sales price for Q1; the average home in Milwood sold for $201,752 – an 18% increase over 2012! While not as much of an increase as the average sales price, the average price per square foot increased as well. That number rose to $108.84, a +7.4% change. Perhaps the most significant change this year has been in the average amount of time a home took to sell. In Q1 of 2013, the average home in Milwood sold in only 29 days, a 56.1% decrease vs. last year when homes were on the market over 65 days on average!   in Milwood for the first quarter (Q1) for 2013 vs. the first quarter of 2012.

All of these numbers show strong growth in the Milwood real estate market, but none so strongly predict the future trends as much as the number of active listings vs last year. There are currently 16% less homes available for purchase in Milwood this year vs. 2012. Sales prices and time on the market in Q1 show how values have increased, but the number of listings suggests that low inventory and high turnover will continue to drive prices and home values up!

NOW can be a great time to sell your home in Milwood and take advantage of the strong seller’s market and added equity! If you are considering selling your home this year, drop me a note and we can discuss the value of your home and how I can help you get the most equity possible as you look to move out or move up to another home.

by Kyle Pfaffe, REALTOR®      e:      m: 512-636-9707      w:

The Kyle Pfaffe Real Estate Team

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