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The Trend of House Prices in Dallas in the United States in
Guide reading:According to the latest data from the Texas Real Estate Center, the median price of property in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metropolitan Circle has risen by 6.31% in the past year. In the Dallas housing market, only 0.6 of every 10,000 units are foreclosed,
The real estate market in Dallas will provide huge profit opportunities for all kinds of real estate investors. Whether they live or invest, the real estate market in Dallas is a good choice. On the one hand, Dallas has a strong economy and a growing population. On the other hand, the rent of real estate in Dallas is rising. Wise investors will turn their eyes to Dallas.
 
The Trend of House Prices in Dallas, USA in 2018 and the Forecast of Future House Prices
 
House prices and rents in Dallas accelerated in 2018. According to Zillow.com data, house prices in Dallas have risen by 14.0% in the past year, and Zillow predicts that they will rise by 12.2% next year.
 
The median price per square foot in Dallas is $205, which is higher than the average price of $138 in the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan circle. At present, the median listing price in Dallas is $399,000, the median transaction price is $298,100, and the median rent is $1,650.
 
The Trend of House Prices in Dallas, USA in 2018 and the Forecast of Future House Prices
 
In 2018, the Dallas housing market continued the trend of the past few years and became one of the strongest housing markets in the United States. Over the past two years, the total demand and sales speed of the market have been increasing at a crazy rate, and there is no sign of stopping.
 
According to the latest data from the Texas Real Estate Center, the median price of property in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metropolitan Circle has risen by 6.31% in the past year. In the Dallas housing market, only 0.6 of every 10,000 units are foreclosed, which is lower than the average value of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metropolitan Circle and much lower than the national value of 1.6.
 
At the same time, the proportion of mortgage defaults in Dallas is 1.3%, which is lower than 1.6% in the whole country.