$347K  
In this week's report, the number of homes sold in the Franklin County market slid to three over the past 30 days, a decrease of 25.0% from last week's report. Meanwhile, Van Zandt County reported 42 home sales, the highest number from all the surrounding counties. The amount of available homes increased to 29 months worth, a three-month high. With decreasing sales and the availability of so much inventory, Franklin County is a definite buyer's market.
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$239K  
On top of an identifiable downward trend in sellers reducing price, including three markdowns over the last 30 days, sales in the Franklin County market fell to four over the same stretch of time. Potential buyers should note that prices went up in Franklin County, with the median for this period rising from $194,900 to $344,950. Along with the slip in sales, a relatively high 21 months of inventory indicates that Franklin County is a strong buyer's market.
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$204K  
Sales remained at five homes sold over the last 30 days in the Franklin County market. Sellers can expect more competition, due to a three-week upward trend in homes coming into the market, now up to eight for the same period. All indications show that the trend may be coming to an end, meaning less new listings over the next few weeks. The median sales price in Franklin County stayed put this week at $194,900. Franklin County is a definite buyer's market, due to a big 14 months of inventory left and aided by the flat sales.
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$334K  
The number of home sales in the Franklin County market jumped 25.0% to five homes over the last 30 days, exceeding the 4.6 monthly average for the last 12 months. At the same time, Van Zandt County reported 35 home sales, the highest number from all the surrounding counties. Prices are rising in Franklin County, and the median sales price this period increased from $162,400 to $194,900. Franklin County is still a definite buyer's market, in spite of the uptick in sales, thanks to the availability of 14 months of remaining inventory.
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$269K  
Franklin County has a population that is younger than most in Texas with a median age of 42 years. Also, it's somewhat affluent with a median income of $41,078 per household. The three zip codes with the largest populations are 75494, 75457, and 75487. Franklin County is an area where most people own their homes, with an ownership ratio of 54.4%. The top school in the county is Winnsboro High School.
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$269K  
There were four home sales in the Franklin County market over the last 30 days, while coming close to the 4.6 monthly average for the last 12 months. To put it in perspective, close-by Smith County registered 29 home sales in the same period, the most of all surrounding counties. The median sales price rose to $162,400 over the latest reporting period for Franklin County, up from $129,900. Despite the uptick in sales, there are still 18 months of inventory left to work through, meaning Franklin County is still a definite buyer's market.
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$1.7M  
The Franklin County market saw sales remain consistent with three homes sold over the last 30 days and is also under an emerging downward trend in the number of contracts closing, with this week's number falling to two. Prices are falling in Franklin County, and this period the median price of all sales fell from $444,900 to $129,900. A downturn in contracts, coupled with the availability of 24 months of inventory, prove that Franklin County is a strong buyer's market.
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$1.7M  
With three homes sold in the Franklin County market over the last 30 days, we see no change from last week's numbers. However, 13 new listings came into the market. The median sales price remained unchanged over the latest reporting period for Franklin County, coming in at $444,900. Franklin County is a solid buyer's market, due to a big 24 months of inventory left and aided by the flat sales.
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$110K  
The Franklin County market remained sluggish with one home sold in the last 30 days, a 75.0% sales drop. Within the same time period, Van Zandt County had 36 sales, the most of all counties in the area. The median sales price continued to fall, trending downwards for four weeks to reach $29,900. With prices falling, the availability of 70 months of inventory means that Franklin County is a solid buyer's market.
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$269K  
Franklin County is a smaller-than-average county in Texas with 10,605 residents. Its population is growing faster than the rest of the state, at a 10-year growth rate of 12.1%. The three zip codes with the largest populations are 75494, 75457, and 75487. The Franklin County market almost exclusively consists of detached houses, accounting for 100% of the current homes in the area. The top school in the county is Winnsboro High School.
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