$109K  
The Hill County market seems to be nearing a low. The number of contracts executed fell to 23, the lowest levels since last January. Sales are also on the way down, sliding to 25 homes sold over the last 30 days. In comparison, Ellis County had 126 contracts executed in the same time frame, the most of all nearby counties. As contracts reached a bottom, the median sales price dropped, falling to $99,000, a six-month low. With a downward trend in contracts numbers and prices, and 20 months of inventory still left to work through, Hill County is a definite buyer's market.
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$180K  
The Hill County market saw sales remain flat this week with 28 homes sold over the last 30 days but new listings fell to 36. Months of inventory hit 17 this period, extending an upward trend to four weeks. Along with the slip in sales, the higher-than-normal inventory indicates that Hill County is a strong buyer's market.
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$219K  
The Hill County market is heading toward a higher price point. While sales continued a three-week negative trend, bringing this week's numbers down to 28 homes sold over the last 30 days, price reductions have slowed to their lowest number since last January, with 22 reported this week. In comparison, Ellis County had 150 price reductions in the same time frame, the most of all nearby counties. The median sales price dropped to $121,200 over the latest reporting period for Hill County, down from $126,200. Hill County is still a solid buyer's market, even after the decrease in price reductions, due to the large 17 months of inventory left.
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$219K  
Hill County has a population that is younger than most in Texas with a median age of 41 years. Also, it's somewhat affluent with a median income of $40,935 per household. Hillsboro, Whitney, and Itasca are its three most populated cities. With an ownership ratio of 62.0%, most people in Hill County are homeowners. The top schools in the county are Itasca J H and Itasca High School.
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$180K  
The number of home sales in the Hill County market climbed 13.3% to 34 homes over the last 30 days, coming close to the 37.0 monthly average for the last 12 months. In comparison, nearby Ellis County had 197 sales in the same time frame, the most of all neighboring counties. Pricing in Hill County remains consistent from last week to this week, with the median sales price at $121,075 again. Despite the uptick in sales, there are still 15 months of inventory left to work through, meaning Hill County is still a definite buyer's market.
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$219K  
Home sales in the Hill County market dipped below its average sales volume for the prior 12-month period. In this week's report, they slid 33.3% to 30 homes sold over the last 30 days. Within the same time period, Ellis County had 200 sales, the most of all counties in the area. Potential buyers should note that prices went up in Hill County, with the median for this period rising from $117,250 to $121,075. Along with the slip in sales, a relatively high 17 months of inventory indicates that Hill County is a strong buyer's market.
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The Hill County market looked solid in this week's report, as the number of home sales climbed 7.3%, pushing the total to 44 homes sold over the last 30 days. To put it in perspective, close-by Ellis County registered 206 home sales in the same period, the most of all surrounding counties. Prices are rising in Hill County, and the median sales price this period increased from $99,900 to $108,625. Hill County is still a strong buyer's market, due to the availability of 12 months of remaining inventory, even after the uptick in sales.
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$109K  
While home sales in the Hill County market have been above average, in this week's report they dropped 15.6% to 38 homes sold over the last 30 days. Within the same time period, Ellis County had 201 sales, the most of all counties in the area. The median sales price of homes sold came in at $99,950, which extended a downward swing in price to eight weeks. Along with the falling prices, the relatively large 14 months of inventory means that Hill County is a strong buyer's market.
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$219K  
The population of Hill County is growing faster than the rest of Texas, at a 10-year growth rate of 8.6%. It's a larger than average county compared to the rest of the state, with 35,089 residents. Hillsboro, Whitney, and Itasca are the three largest cities in terms of population. Hill County is made up of homes that are considered relatively old with a median of 32 years. The top schools in the county are Itasca J H and Itasca High School.
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$244K  
The Hill County market pulled back this week but was still better than normal as sales slid 17.3% to 43 homes sold over the last 30 days. On the other hand, close-by Ellis County registered 194 home sales in the same period, the most of all surrounding counties. Months of inventory were further reduced to 12, extending a downward trend to eight weeks. With decreasing sales and the availability of so much inventory, Hill County is a strong buyer's market.
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