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Over the last 30 days, the Navarro County market had a decrease in home sales with 31. Furthermore, the amount of pending transactions continued to decline, with a total of 22 contracts during the same period. All indications show that the trend may be coming to an end, meaning more pending transactions over the next few weeks. The median sales price in Navarro County stayed put this week at $143,000. With a downward trend in contracts numbers and 20 months of inventory still left to work through, Navarro County is a definite buyer's market.
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Navarro County is a somewhat affluent county in Texas with a median income of $40,259 per household. The population is also considered older than most with a median age of 37 years. Corsicana, Kerens, and Rice are its three most populated cities. Navarro County is an area where most people own their homes, with an ownership ratio of 60.4%. Topping the list of best schools in the county is Bowie Elementary School.
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Home sales in the Navarro County market dipped below its average sales volume for the prior 12-month period. In this week's report, they slid 13.6% to 38 homes sold over the last 30 days. Within the same time period, Dallas County had 1,565 sales, the most of all counties in the area. The median sales price climbed to $146,450, up from last week's $142,250. With decreasing sales and the availability of 16 months of inventory, Navarro County is a strong buyer's market.
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The Navarro County market slowed this week but was still better than normal as sales dropped 12.2% to 43 homes sold over the last 30 days. Meanwhile, Dallas County reported 1,639 home sales, the highest number from all the surrounding counties. The median sales price jumped to $143,000, up from last week's $109,900. Navarro County is a definite buyer's market, due to a big 14 months of inventory left and aided by the dip in sales.
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The Navarro County market saw 14 homes go under contract and failed to break out of a new downward trend. Despite that, total home sales rose to 48 over the last 30 days. The median sales price rose to $107,450 over the latest reporting period for Navarro County, up from $103,000. Despite the uptick in sales, there are still 14 months of inventory left to work through, meaning Navarro County is still a definite buyer's market.
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The number of home sales in the Navarro County market rose 28.1% to 41 homes over the last 30 days, coming close to the 41.5 monthly average for the last 12 months. Within the same time period, Dallas County had 1,693 sales, the most of all counties in the area. The median sales price rose to $103,000 over the latest reporting period for Navarro County, up from $101,450. Even after the uptick in sales, an elevated 16 months of inventory tells us that Navarro County is still a solid buyer's market.
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Navarro County is a larger than average county in Texas with 47,735 residents. Its population is also growing faster than others at a 10-year growth rate of 5.8%. Corsicana, Kerens, and Rice are the three largest cities in terms of population. The Navarro County market is almost exclusively made up of detached homes, currently accounting for 93% overall. Topping the list of best schools in the county is Bowie Elementary School.
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There have been 30 homes sold in the Navarro County market over the last 30 days, continuing a seven-week downturn. Also during the same period, the number of new listings totaled 43, the fewest since last December. In comparison, Dallas County led all other nearby counties with 1,938 new listings. The median sales price climbed to $99,700, up from last week's $99,500. Despite the decrease in new listings, there are still 22 months of inventory left, meaning that Navarro County is still a solid buyer's market.
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Despite a 3.6% growth in sales numbers this week to reach 29 homes sold over the last 30 days, the Navarro County market still shows an established trend downward overall. Potential buyers should note that prices went up in Navarro County, with the median for this period rising from $75,300 to $98,500. Navarro County is still a definite buyer's market, in spite of the uptick in sales, thanks to the availability of 23 months of remaining inventory.
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The Navarro County market showed no signs of halting a five-week downward contraction, with a record low 28 homes sold in the last 30 days. Sales showed a 12.5% drop from the prior period, returning to a low not seen since March. In comparison, Dallas County had 1,590 sales in the same time frame, the most of all nearby counties. Potential buyers should note that prices are coming down in Navarro County, and for this period the median sales price slid from $124,200 to $75,300. A downturn in sales, coupled with the availability of 24 months of inventory, prove that Navarro County is a definite buyer's market.
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