$109K  
The Tyler County market seems to have gone completely quiet. After trending lower for six weeks, no sales at all were reported over the last 30 days. All indications show that the trend should continue, meaning less sales over the next few weeks.
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$189K  
The number of homes coming into the Tyler County market stayed firm with one listing over the last 30 days, while sales remained right where they were as once again two homes were sold over the same period. The median sales price in Tyler County stayed put this week at $129,000. Tyler County is a solid buyer's market, due to a big 37 months of inventory left and aided by the flat sales.
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$259K  
The number of sellers who put their homes up for sale in the Tyler County market over the last 30 days remained flat this week at one. Home sales also remained unchanged from the prior period and once again two homes were sold. Months of inventory is on a four-week upswing, this week hitting 37 months. Tyler County is a solid buyer's market, due to the large amount of inventory left and aided by the dip in sales.
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$153K  
Tyler County has a cost of living adjustment score of 80.3, which is average when compared to others in Texas. Also, the area is considered less affluent than average with a median income of $38,945 per household. Its largest city by population is Woodville. With a median age of 32 years, homes in Tyler County tend to be relatively old. The top school in the county is Fred Elementary School.
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$425K  
A three-week rough patch for the overall sales trend continues in the Tyler County market. Also, the actual number of sales dropped 50.0% over the last 30 days, coming in at two. While sales numbers dropped, prices were able to climb. This week's reported median sales price of $129,000 continued an eight-week upswing. Even with prices on the rise, the downturn in sales and the availability of 37 months of inventory prove that Tyler County is still a strong buyer's market.
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$132K  
The Tyler County market saw sales remain flat this week with three homes sold over the last 30 days but new listings fell to three. The median sales price climbed to $100,000, up from last week's $97,000. With no movement in sales and the availability of 25 months of inventory, Tyler County is a strong buyer's market.
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$190K  
The Tyler County market remained soft with three homes sold in the last 30 days, a 25.0% sales drop. Meanwhile, Liberty County reported 39 home sales, the highest number from all the surrounding counties. The median sales price dropped to $97,000, down from last week's $98,500. With decreasing sales and the availability of 24 months of inventory, Tyler County is a solid buyer's market.
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$190K  
There have been four homes sold in the Tyler County market over the last 30 days. During the same period, the number of new listings totaled six, the fewest since June. During the same time frame, Liberty County had the most of any other neighboring county with 47 new listings. Potential buyers should note that prices are coming down in Tyler County, and for this period the median sales price slid from $100,000 to $98,500. In spite of the drop in new listings, with the availability of 18 months of inventory, Tyler County is still a definite buyer's market.
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$425K  
Over the last 30 days, the Tyler County market had a decrease in home sales with four. Furthermore, the amount of pending transactions continued to decline, with a total of three contracts during the same period. While contracts numbers were weak, the median sales price of those homes came in at $117,500, which extended a price upswing to four weeks. Even with prices on the rise, the downturn in contracts and the availability of 20 months of inventory prove that Tyler County is still a definite buyer's market.
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$349K  
Sales in the Tyler County market fell to six homes sold over the past 30 days. In addition, the number of sellers reducing their listing price is still in the midst of a downward trend with seven price reductions in the same time frame. Potential buyers should note that prices are coming down in Tyler County, and for this period the median sales price slid from $133,900 to $116,500. With decreasing sales and the availability of 13 months of inventory, Tyler County is a strong buyer's market.
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