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While prices in North Texas continue to rise, up 8.9 percent year-to-date according to the latest Price-Shiller report, agents see a “normalizing” of the market.
This return to a healthy growth rate means that:
Sellers need to price strategically—Buyers are market savvy and will not overpay for a home. When listing, choose an agent who will help you price in the sweet spot where buyers see value and sellers don’t leave equity on the table.
Homes prices are increasing at a slower but still steady rate—Buyers who were afraid to write a less than full-price offer are coming off the sidelines. Look to an agent to tailor a contract that brings value to both sides of the deal.
Appraisals are catching up to home values—Buyers and sellers are seeing less of a gap between sales prices and appraisal values, making it easier for well-written contracts to hold up through the buying process.
Consider these homes in Southlake, Colleyville and vicinity:
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