This one-story Homes by David Powers design offers 3 bedrooms & 3.5 baths plus a study, formal dining room & media room with custom touches. Enjoy a huge covered patio with an outdoor kitchen, just in time for summer cook-outs! Call or message us for more information or to schedule your private showing.
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Please join our partners in building, Homes by David Powers, this Saturday or Sunday from 1-4 pm to view a few of their gorgeous, brand new & ready to move in inventory homes!
23500 Bellina, 23502 Bellina, 23526 Bellina, 11414 Lazarro, 12026 Peonia, 24022 Porte Toscana, 23611 Rimini in Richmond, TX 77406.
This custom Trendmaker home has so much to offer with 5 beds & 3.5 baths plus a study, formal dining, spacious downstairs game room/bonus room & media room with custom touches. Many upgrades including granite counters & wood floors. Enjoy a huge covered patio and outdoor kitchen, just in time for summer cook outs! Call us today to schedule your private showing.
Come check out this stunning Coventry home on a huge corner lot. Home offers 5 beds & 4 baths plus a sun room/study & formal dining. Many features including wood floors, Chef’s kitchen with two islands, granite counters & stainless steel appliances. The over-sized lot boasts beautiful mature trees & plenty of room to add a pool. We hope to see you there!
5411 W Farm Way
Fulshear, TX 77441
MLS Report for April 2016
THE HOUSTON REAL ESTATE MARKET MAINTAINS A HEALTHY BALANCE IN APRIL
Home sales are up year-to-date; mid-range housing remains the sweet spot
HOUSTON — (May 11, 2016) — The Houston real estate market continues to display healthy equilibrium despite instability in the energy industry. Overall single-family home sales volume was virtually flat in April, however mid-range homes scored another month of positive sales and the supply of homes available for sale grew some more. The average price was down slightly while the median price rose to an all-time April high.
Single-family home sales declined a fractional 0.6 percent versus April 2015, with a total of 6,310 sales compared to 6,349 a year earlier, according to the latest monthly report prepared by the Houston Association of Realtors (HAR). On a year-to-date basis, home sales are 1.6 percent ahead of last year’s pace. New listings helped inventory grow from a 2.9-months supply to 3.6 months.
“There is little to complain about in the April HAR sales report, especially when you take into account the fact that we are comparing current home sales to the Houston housing market’s record 2015 performance,” said HAR Chairman Mario Arriaga with First Group. “Indicators continue to point to more sustainable market conditions, as mid-range homes sell well and consumers find that they have more homes from which to choose than they did at this time last year.”
Home prices delivered mixed readings in April. The single-family home average price declined 1.0 percent to $278,544. The median price-the figure at which half of the homes sold for more and half sold for less—rose 3.3 percent to $217,000, the highest price ever for an April.
April sales of all property types in Houston totaled 7,583, down 2.0 percent from the same month last year. Total dollar volume for properties sold in March declined 1.6 percent to $2.01 billion.