It’s a Great Time to List Your Home in the Park Cities, TX

Just blocks from Hyer Elementary School, the four-bedroom home at 4021 Marquette Street is listed for $2,295,000. Photos / Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty

Property sales across our area are reaching 18-month highs, with a growing number of buyers looking for homes in desirable neighborhoods near all the best schools, activities, entertainment, shopping and dining.

Homes in Highland Park and University Park are in great demand. The average price for a home in Highland Park is approximately $1.9 million and $1.2 million in University Park, according to MLS.  That’s about 30 percent more than prices in 2013.

3210 Beverly Drive | Highland Park | Listed for $2,825,000
3210 Beverly Drive Dallas 75205, Highland Park, Briggs Freeman Sotheby's luxury home for sale in Dallas Fort Worth-living room

Recent reports in the Dallas Morning News noted that growing demand and shrinking supply are buoying the housing market, and 10 percent of homes are selling within 72 hours of hitting the market.  Many others sell without ever making it to MLS.

3605 Rosedale Avenue | University Park | Listed for $1,950,000

3605 Rosedale Avenue 75205, University Park, Cathy Orr Barton, Briggs Freeman Sotheby's luxury home for sale in Dallas Fort Worth-dining

With interest rates remaining low and inventory numbers down, now is the perfect time to list a home, Well-connected, experienced agents are able to bring buyers and sellers together quickly to make home buying or building dreams come true.

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