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George Wang
Broker/ Realtor®

Texas Fortune Realty
P O Box 160371
Austin, TX 78716

Phone: (512)694-6060
WeChat: GeorgeWangAustin
TREC #605970

Austin and Central Texas High School Overview for Home Buyer

According to a Trulia survey, 19% of Americans said that they would like to have their dream home in a great school district. Among parents of children under 18, the percentage of Americans who want to live in a great school district jumps to 35%.

There are many benefits when purchasing houses in a good school district. Homes in good school districts tend to sell faster than homes in low-quality school districts. During tougher economic times, homes in better school districts normally hold their value more than lower-quality district homes. On the other side, homes in better school districts also tend to be more expensive. This is understandable, since buyers are paying the premium for the better learning experience, better resources for the children, and most importantly better college admission opportunities.

Some of the top high schools in the great Austin area will be discussed in this article

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February 2022 Austin and Central Texas Housing Market Report

AUSTIN, TX —According to the Austin Board of REALTORS® (ABoR) February Central Texas Housing Report, closed listings increased 11.3% year over year to 2,581 sales across the Austin-Round Rock MSA last month. Combined with a new record median price, which rose 27.9% year over year to an all-time high of $499,995, 2022 is shaping up to be a big year for the MSA’s housing market. 

Across the MSA in February, sales dollar volume increased 34% year over year to $1,564,737,417 while new listings increased 10.4% to 2,834. At the same time, active listings decreased 4.1% year over year to 1,240 listings, while pending sales increased 20.3% to 2,967 across the MSA. This jump in pending sales indicate that March home sales growth could be equally strong as February. 

Housing inventory across the five-county area increased 0.1 months year over year to 0.4 months of inventory and homes spent an average of 28

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