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August 2022 Housing Report

Home prices in the greater Fort Worth area continued their steady decline in August. The median home price in Fort Worth was $350,000. This is down from $367,000 in May, but still a 15.4 percent increase from August of 2021 – well above the normal amount of year-over-year appreciation.
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July 2022 Housing Report

The market appears to be stabilizing in the greater Fort Worth area and nationwide, as price increases slow and inventory continues to rise. The average price of a home in July in Fort Worth was $355,000 – still a 17.9 percent increase year over year, but a decrease from May and June’s prices. 
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June 2022 Housing Report

Price increases slowed and inventories rose in June in the greater Fort Worth area, as the hot housing market finally started to hit the brakes. Inventory in June jumped to 1.6 months, a .5 month increase from last month, and a .5 month increase from June of 2021.
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May 2022 Housing Report

The median price of a home sold in Fort Worth in May 2022 was $367,000. In May of 2021, the median price was $295,000. In the past year, between the rising prices of houses and increasing mortgage rates, prospective buyers in the greater Fort Worth area have been feeling the pinch, and many have been driven from the market.
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April 2022 Housing Report

Demand for homes in the greater Fort Worth area isn’t cooling off. Along with rising mortgage rates and inflation, the median price of a home sold in Fort Worth in April 2022 climbed to $355,000 – a 28.6 percent increase year over year.
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March 2022 Housing Report

Inventory numbers made a move in a positive direction in March, inching up from 0.6 months to 0.7 months of available inventory in both Fort Worth and Tarrant County. Eager buyers were waiting to make offers, as the number of days on the market dropped to 22 days, signaling the start of a busy spring and summer for the housing market.
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February 2022 Housing Report

Inventory dropped to a new record low in February as both Fort Worth and Tarrant County fell to 0.6 months. Prospective homebuyers still find themselves waiting for trends to change as prices continue to climb. The median home price in February was $333,099 in Fort Worth, a 23.4 percent increase from February of 2021.
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January 2022 Housing Report

Active listings were down more than 30 percent in Fort Worth in January, as inventory continued to sit at a record low of 0.7 months. The median home price was $325,000, a 25.5 percent increase over January of 2021.
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December 2021 Housing Report

Inventory numbers dropped in December 2021 to the lowest figures since the start of the pandemic. Inventory for both Fort Worth and Tarrant County was at 0.7 months. The Texas Real Estate Research Center at Texas A&M University cites that 6.5 months of inventory represents a market in which supply and demand for homes is balanced.
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November 2021 Housing Report

Inventory dropped once again in November as the real estate market headed into what is typically one of the slowest times of the year. Fort Worth inventory was at 0.9 months – the lowest level since May and 0.4 months less than November of 2020.
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October 2021 Housing Report

The housing market headed into the fall with continued low inventory and high home prices. Tarrant, along with Parker and Johnson Counties, all hit new highs on median home prices in October. The median price of a home in Fort Worth was $310,000, which is also a new high.
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September 2021 Housing Report

The median home price in Fort Worth for September was $305,000, a slight decrease from August, but still a 22 percent increase from September of 2020. Climbing home prices appear to be leveling out, but are still significantly higher year-over-year.
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August 2021 Housing Report

The hot housing market in Fort Worth might be starting to cool off a bit, but the recovery in inventory is going to be slow. Housing inventory levels for August were still historically low at 1.2 months, and buyers are still having to move quickly to buy a home.
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July 2021 Housing Report

Fort Worth saw an increase in inventory for the second month in a row in July, finally easing the supply crunch that has been plaguing eager homebuyers for much of 2021.
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June 2021 Housing Report

Sellers started to emerge in June, leading to an increase in inventory in Fort Worth. However, a backlog of eager homebuyers and low mortgage rates helped continue the upward trend of home prices, as the median price hit $300,000.
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May 2021 Housing Report

Home buyers in May paid 25 percent more for a house than they would have paid one year ago, according to the latest housing report data for Fort Worth. The median home price for May 2021 climbed to $295,000, setting another record high. 
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April 2021 Housing Report

The median Fort Worth home price held steady in April 2021 after months of climbing, but the lack of inventory did, too. The median price in April was $275,000, an increase of 13.4 percent year over year. 
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March 2021 Housing Report

Multiple offer situations continue to be the norm, as an unusual and highly competitive real estate market persisted into the spring. Homebuyers are struggling to find suitable options with only 0.9 months of inventory in Fort Worth and active listings down 55 percent from March 2020. 
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February 2021 Housing Report

Inventory dropped to less than one month in Fort Worth during February 2021, as demand for houses continued to drive up prices in an unprecedented seller’s market in the DFW area.
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January 2021 Housing Report

Pent-up demand among homebuyers continued to increase in the new year, as housing inventory in Fort Worth held steady at historically low levels with just one month of available inventory in January 2021.
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December 2020 Housing Report

A new house was on the Christmas wish list for a lot of families, as the December Housing Report showed continued increased closed sales through the end of 2020. Pent-up demand led to a 23.4 percent increase year-over-year in Fort Worth home purchases, even as housing prices continued to rise. The median price for Fort Worth homes is now $258,900.
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November 2020 Housing Report

In the midst of economic uncertainty in the last quarter of 2020, the November Housing Report shows a continued strong real estate market. The median price for Fort Worth homes increased 11.1 percent year-over-year to $255,450 in November 2020. Fort Worth home sales also increased 10.8 percent during the same time frame.
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October 2020 Housing Report

The October Housing Report shows no sign of a slow down for the real estate market moving into the fall. The median price for Fort Worth homes increased 9.9 percent year-over-year to $255,000 in October 2020. Fort Worth home sales also increased 22.3 percent during the same time frame.
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September 2020 Housing Report

The median price for Fort Worth homes increased 8.9 percent year-over-year to $250,000 in September 2020. Fort Worth home sales also increased 21.3 percent during the same time frame.
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August 2020 Housing Report

Fort Worth home sales increased 8.3 percent from August 2019 to 1,331 homes in August 2020. Fort Worth’s monthly housing inventory was 1.8 months, 0.9 months less than the year prior.
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July 2020 Housing Report

Fort Worth home sales increased 28-percent year-over-year from July 2019 to 1,576 homes in July 2020. The median price for Fort Worth homes increased 6.9-percent year-over-year to $247,500. 
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June 2020 Housing Report

Fort Worth home sales increased 14.7-percent year-over-year from June 2019 to 1,377 homes in June 2020. The median price for Fort Worth homes increased 4.6-percent year-over-year to $245,750. Both sales and active listings were up from April 2020.
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May 2020 Housing Report

Fort Worth home sales decreased 27.7-percent year-over-year from May 2019 to 935 homes in May 2020. The median price for Fort Worth homes decreased .5-percent year-over-year to $234,900. However, both sales and active listings were up slightly from April 2020.
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April 2020 Housing Report

Fort Worth home sales decreased 24.1-percent to 903 homes in April 2020. The median price for Fort Worth homes increased 6.3-percent year-over-year to $240,811 in April 2020.
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