$275K  
Over the last 30 days, an identifiable upward trend of new sellers coming into the Hamilton County market continued, with 18 listings in this week's report. Meanwhile, sales have inched up as well, with five homes selling during the same period. Prices are rising in Hamilton County, and the median sales price this period increased from $84,900 to $89,900. Despite the uptick in sales, there are still 22 months of inventory left to work through, meaning Hamilton County is still a strong buyer's market.
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$110K  
The number of price cuts in the Hamilton County market climbed to 12 over the last 30 days, furthering a new positive trend. Perhaps due to the decreases in list prices, sales increased to four homes sold. As the lowering of listing prices trended higher, sale prices themselves have been falling. The median sales price dropped to $84,900, extending a four-week long spiral. Hamilton County is still a definite buyer's market, in spite of the uptick in sales, thanks to the availability of 26 months of remaining inventory.
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$375K  
The Hamilton County market improved in this week's report, as the number of sales went up to three homes sold over the last 30 days. Within the same time period, Johnson County had 111 sales, the most of all counties in the area. The median sales price tumbled to $79,900, down from last week's $119,000. Hamilton County is still a strong buyer's market, due to the availability of 34 months of remaining inventory, even after the uptick in sales.
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$375K  
Hamilton County is a smaller-than-average county in Texas with a population of 8,517 residents, and it has a lower than average density compared to the rest of the state, with 10.2 people per square mile. The three cities with the largest populations are Hamilton, Hico, and Evant. Keep in mind, most people in Hamilton County own their homes, with a 57.2% ownership ratio. Leading the list of top schools in the county are Hamilton Junior High School and Hamilton High School.
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$375K  
Home sales in the Hamilton County market stayed soft in this week's report as they slid 50.0% to two homes sold over the last 30 days. On the other hand, close-by Johnson County registered 111 home sales in the same period, the most of all surrounding counties. Potential buyers should note that prices went up in Hamilton County, with the median for this period rising from $108,450 to $119,000. With decreasing sales and the availability of 49 months of inventory, Hamilton County is a definite buyer's market.
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$375K  
The Hamilton County market saw sales remain flat this week with four homes sold over the last 30 days, while new listings jumped to 13. The median sales price in Hamilton County stayed put this week at $108,450. With no movement in sales and the availability of 26 months of inventory, Hamilton County is a strong buyer's market.
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$375K  
Home sales in the Hamilton County market dipped below its average sales volume for the prior 12-month period. In this week's report, they dropped 42.9% to four homes sold over the last 30 days. Within the same time period, Johnson County had 142 sales, the most of all counties in the area. The median sales price dropped to $108,450 over the latest reporting period for Hamilton County, down from $122,000. With decreasing sales and the availability of 25 months of inventory, Hamilton County is a solid buyer's market.
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$899K  
The number of home sales in the Hamilton County market climbed 14.3% to eight homes over the last 30 days. At the same time, Johnson County reported 160 home sales, the highest number from all the surrounding counties. The median sales price dropped to $108,450 over the latest reporting period for Hamilton County, down from $122,000. Hamilton County is still a solid buyer's market, in spite of the uptick in sales, thanks to the availability of 13 months of remaining inventory.
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$945K  
Over the last 30 days, the Hamilton County market showed strong improvement with seven homes sold. It marks a 75.0% increase from last week's report, while also topping the average sales volume for the prior 12 months. Within the same time period, Johnson County had 187 sales, the most of all counties in the area. Prices are falling in Hamilton County, and this period the median price of all sales fell from $253,700 to $122,000. Hamilton County is still a strong buyer's market, due to the availability of 15 months of remaining inventory, even after the uptick in sales.
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$279K  
Hamilton County is a county in Texas with a median income of $39,974 per household. Besides being somewhat affluent, its population is much younger than others with a median age of 46 years. Its three largest cities are Hamilton, Hico, and Evant. The Hamilton County market almost exclusively consists of detached houses, accounting for 98% of the current homes in the area. The best schools in the county are Hamilton Junior High School and Hamilton High School.
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