Leslie Lerner Properties would like to announce their new Copperfield area real estate listing at 9206 Brechin Ct. This lovely five bedroom home is on a cul-de-sac street with a gorgeous, landscaped yard, pool and water slide. Walk in and notice the hand-scraped wood look tile floor and open living areas. The spacious dining room is to the left of the entry and the large living room, breakfast room and kitchen overlook the backyard. There is one bedroom and full bath downstairs. The exquisite master suite with a remodeled (2016 per owner) bath and walk-in closet is upstairs, along with three other bedrooms and two baths. The current owners remodeled the master bath. It has a great rainfall, walk-in shower and Jacuzzi tub. They have also replaced the upstairs carpet.
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HOUSTON REAL ESTATE MARKET HOLDING STEADY
Houston area homes sales held steady for the second straight month. October home sales were unchanged compared to October 2015. Homes priced between $150,000 and $500,000 had positive sales volume, while the low ends of the market experienced declines. On a year-to-year basis, homes sales are up 1.2 percent compared to last year at this time. Inventory has grown to a 3.8-months supply.
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THE HOUSTON REAL ESTATE MARKET IS GETTING THROUGH THE ENERGY DOWNTURN
The Houston housing market is still showing strength, despite falling oil prices. Last month, single family home sales were down 2.1 percent versus January 2015. To date, there has not been a drastic shift in sales and pricing. Sales of luxury homes have suffered most, while mid-range housing has had nice sales volume and inventory levels have grown. Houston’s housing inventory has grown from a 2.5 months supply to 3.3 months.
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HOUSTON REAL ESTATE SALES IN 2015 WERE ALL-TIME SECOND-HIGHEST
2014 was a record year, but due to 2015’s layoffs and falling oil prices, sales of all property types dropped 2.9 percent compared to a year earlier. December single-family home sales fell 9.7 percent year-over-year, while total property sales dropped 9.9 percent. Single-family home sales fell 2.4 percent for the year, while home inventory grew to a 3.2 months supply compared to a 2.5 months suppy in December 2014.
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HOUSTON HOME SALES CONTINUE TO FALL IN NOVEMBER
Houston homes sales declined for the second consecutive month and pulled the average price down with them, marking the first price decline since February 2012. November single-family home sales fell 10.5 percent, while inventory grew from a 2.7-months supply last November to a 3.4-months supply this year. Only homes in the $150,000 to $250,000 price segment experienced positive sales volume. Luxury home sales dropped 22 percent, which accounted for the decline in average price. Sales of all property types was down 10.1 percent compared to last November.
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HOUSTON HOME SALES DECLINE IN OCTOBER
Houston homes sales had a double-digit declne in October which affected all pricing segments. In turn, the Houston area went from a 2.8-months supply of homes last October to a 3.5-months supply this year. Sales of all property types were down 11.9 percent compared to October 2014, with single-family homes dropping 10.2 percent.