The Austin TX Housing Market is in BIG Trouble

The Austin TX Housing Market is in BIG Trouble

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Trouble is brewing big time in the Austin, Texas housing market. The amount of homes for sale this April skyrocketed to at least a 7-year high (i.e. higher than any other month since at least January 2017 per ResiClub Analytics). This is wild given the fact that inventory tends to peak in the summer months, not early Spring in the Austin Texas real estate market. Inventory is surging due to declining demand and a significant rise in the number of new listings. According to data from Redfin for the four weeks ended May 5, 2024, new listings increased to at least a 3-year high (during the same time period) and up 13% year-over-year. However, despite this rise in new inventory in Austin Texas, pending home sales fell to a 3-year LOW for that same time frame (and decreased 6% YOY). Additionally, the share of price reductions rose to at least a 5 year high as well for the first week of May each year.

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