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Sales rose to three homes sold in the Houston market over the last 30 days. However, a new downturn in the amount of pending transactions continued, with one completed in the same period. The median sales price dropped to $185,000 over the latest reporting period for Houston, down from $195,000. With just two months of inventory available and sales going up, Houston is a definite seller's market.
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Home sales in the Houston market have steadily topped the monthly average for some time. However, this week the numbers came down by 33.3% to come in at two homes sold during the last 30 days. Within the same time frame, Milford had 20 sales, the most of all cities in the area. There are four months of inventory remaining in the market, and that will likely remain the case as the median sales price rose to $195,000 this week.
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$249K  
Sales in the Houston market rose to three homes sold over the past 30 days, even though the number of sellers reducing their listing price is still in the midst of a downward trend with one price reduction in the same time frame. All indications show that the trend may be coming to an end, meaning more price reductions over the next few weeks. Potential buyers should note that prices went up in Houston, with the median for this period rising from $123,500 to $185,000. With only two months of inventory and rising sales, Houston is a strong seller's market.
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Houston is a smaller-than-average city in Delaware with a population of 374 residents, and it has a lower than average density compared to the rest of the state, with 1,116.8 people per square mile. Keep in mind, most people in Houston own their homes, with a 73.2% ownership ratio.
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The Houston market showed positive signs in this week's report, as the number of home sales rose 100.0%, pushing the total to two homes sold over the last 30 days. At the same time, close-by Milford reported 18 home sales, the highest number from all the surrounding cities. The median sales price rose dramatically to $123,500, up from last week's $62,000. The rising sales and a low two months of inventory point to Houston being a definite seller's market.
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$249K  
While home sales in the Houston market have been above average, in this week's report they dropped 50.0% to one home sold over the last 30 days. On the other hand, close-by Milford registered 12 homes sold in the same time frame, the most of all surrounding cities. Potential buyers should note that prices are coming down in Houston, and for this period the median sales price slid from $83,600 to $62,000.
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The Houston market looked solid in this week's report, as the number of home sales climbed 100.0%, pushing the total to two homes sold over the last 30 days. In comparison, nearby Milford had nine sales in the same time frame, the most of all neighboring cities. Potential buyers should note that prices are coming down in Houston, and for this period the median sales price slid from $105,200 to $83,600. The rising sales and a low three months of inventory point to Houston being a seller's market.
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The Houston market might be cooling in the coming weeks. Sales stayed steady at one home sold over the last 30 days, but there is a budding downward trend in the number of new listings, with zero going live in the same time frame. All indications show that the trend may be coming to an end, meaning more new listings over the next few weeks. The median sales price remained unchanged over the latest reporting period for Houston, coming in at $105,200.
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$249K  
The Houston market was steady this week as sales remained at one home over the prior 30 days, but the area is experiencing a confirmed upward trend of contracts closing, now up to three. The median sales price of all transactions in Houston did not budge this week, remaining at $105,200.
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Houston is a city in Delaware. It's somewhat affluent and the cost of living is average compared to the rest of the state, with a median income of $54,897 per household and cost of living adjustment score of 106.9. Houston is made up of homes that are of moderate age with a median of 17 years.
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