Welcome to this month’s Frisco, Texas real estate market report. Are you thinking of buying or selling a home soon? Read this helpful report to find out how the Frisco, Texas real estate market has performed over the last month. Learn about what is selling and for how much as we head into the spring buying season.

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A Look at Frisco Housing Stats

There were 213 homes sold in Frisco, Texas during February 2020, up from 149 one year ago. The median sales price last month was $412,000, a decrease from $421,301 in February 2019.

Total sales volume was $101,513,176, sales volume was much higher during February 2020 compared to the $68,583,888 in sales volume one year ago.

In Frisco, Texas single-family homes priced in the $201-300,000 range stayed on the market for a median of 40 days, homes priced between $301-500,000 were on the market for 70 days, and homes priced at $501,000 and up were on the market for 100 days before being sold.

Most sellers were getting approximately 98.0% of the asking price for their home during February 2020; however, as we take a closer look at the numbers the list to sale price ratio drops.

Sellers in the $201-300,000 price range received 98.7% of the asking price for their home, in the $301-500,000 market the list to sale price ratio was 98.0%, the $501-750,000 price range fell to 96.8%, and in the $751,000 and higher price bracket sellers were only getting 95.9% of their asking price.

During February 2020 in Frisco, Texas, the most active market was the $301-500,000 price range, which accounted for 59.2% of all sales. The $501-750,000 market was second highest in activity with 17.8% of all sales, the $201-300,000 price range made up 13.6% of all activity, and the $751,000 and up made up for only 9.4% of all sales.

What Does This Data Mean For Buyers

For buyers in Frisco, Texas, the coming months may be filled with uncertainty as the Corona Virus outbreak unfolds. Buyers may find opportunities this spring buying season that were not available during the winter. Buyers should have financing in place and be ready to act when a property is found.

Give Rene a call today and we can update on the latest happenings in the Frisco, Texas real estate market.

What Does This Data Mean For Sellers

Sellers may see their home sit on the market a little longer as the Corona Virus outbreak continues. Sellers may want to exercise patience as the spring buying season picks up and more buyers become active.

Give Rene a call today and we can bring you up to date on the latest activity in the Frisco, Texas real estate market.

We can discuss with you a pricing and marketing strategy to get your home sold quickly to net you the most amount of money.

Frisco Homes for Sale

Here are the most recent home listings just added to the database in the average price range for Frisco. All homes here are priced at $412,000 or less.


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Frisco Real Estate Market Report - March 2020
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Frisco Real Estate Market Report - March 2020
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The median sales price last month was $412,000, a decrease from $421,301 in February 2019. There were 213 homes sold.
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