Plano Home Values

  • Top 10 Plano, Texas Subdivisions ranked by Home Sales

    We’ve ranked the top 10 subdivisions in Plano, Texas based on home sales in 2013. The Willow Bend subdivision topped the list in total dollar sales in 2013, selling $78.2 million dollars in homes. There were 109 homes sold at an average sales price of $718,345. Second on the list in total dollar sales was Ridgeview, selling $30.2 million dollars in homes. 118 homes were sold in Ridgeview, at an average sales price of $255,971. Hunters Glen ranks third on the list of total dollar sales at $27.9 million. There were 109 homes sold in Hunters Glen, with an average sales price of $256,049.

    Lakeside On Preston was fourth on the list of total dollar sales in 2013, selling $25.6 million dollars in homes. There were 27 homes sold at an average sales price of $949,089. Next on the list in total dollar sales was Prestonwood, selling $23.1 million dollars in homes. 62 homes were sold in Prestonwood, at an average sales price of $372,845. Russell Creek ranks sixth on the list of total dollar sales at $22.6 million. There were 88 homes sold in Russell Creek, with an average sales price of $257,373. Whiffletree was seventh on the list of total dollar sales in 2013, selling $20.5 million dollars in homes. There were 62 homes sold at an average sales price of $332,129. Next on the list in total dollar sales was Deerfield, selling $19.1 million dollars in homes. 49 homes were sold in Deerfield, at an average sales price of $390,691. Forest Creek ranks ninth on the list of total dollar sales at $18.9 million. There were 52 homes sold in Forest Creek, with an average sales price of $364,374. Tenth place in total dollar home sales in Plano, Texas for 2013 was Gleneagles, with $16.6 million dollars in homes sold. There were 24 homes sold in Gleneagles, at an average sales price of $693,113.

    These are the Top 10 subdivisions, ranked by Home Sales, in Plano, Texas. In 2005, Plano was designated the best place to live in the Western United States by Money magazine. Plano schools consistently score among the highest in the nation. Plano is roughly 71.6 square miles in size and is located primarily in Collin County on the far north side of Dallas. Overall home sales in Plano, Texas are at 4,116 homes sold, with an average sales price of $287,342. On average, sellers received 96% of their asking price, with homes spending an average of 40 days on the market. Plano is known as area 20 in the North Texas Real Estate Information System. This information is believed reliable but is only as accurate as reported by the system in the month of December 2013.

  • Plano home sales were up 0% in June 2014

    Plano home sales were up 0% in June 2014 compared to the same month last year with 415 homes selling this month. So far this year, there have been 1,869 home sales, which is a decrease of 10% from last year.

    New real estate listings in the Plano area have decreased 12%, with 468 homes listed this month, compared to the same period last year. So far this year, overall home listings have decreased 10%, with 2,515 homes listed. The number of listings under contract decreased 12% this month, with 372 homes contracted. The number of listings under contract for the year to date decreased 10%, with 2,088 homes under contract. The current supply of active listings on the market this month was 551 homes, a 24% decrease from the same month last year. There was a 1.7 month supply of homes on the market, which is a 26% decrease from last year.

    The average sales price of a home in the Plano area this month was $333,621, up 5% from this month last year. For the year 2014, the average sales price was up 9%, at $312,196. On average, sellers have received 98% of their asking price this month, which is an increase of 2% from last year. For the year to date, sellers received 97% of their asking price, a change of 1%. This month, homes spent an average of 25 days on the market until sold, which represents a decrease of 27% from last year. For the year to date, the average number of days on the market was 33, a decrease of 27%.

    Plano real estate information, known as MLS Area 20, is reported by area in the North Texas Real Estate Information System. The information in this report is believed reliable, but is only as accurate as reported by the system in the month of June 2014.

    The DFW area is also known as the Dallas Fort Worth Metropolitan Statistical Area, a title designated by the U.S. Census Bureau, which encompasses 12 counties within the state of Texas. The area is divided into two metropolitan divisions: Dallas Plano Irving and Fort Worth. It is comprised of over 70 cities, both incorporated and unincorporated. The DFW Metroplex is, by population, the largest metropolitan area in Texas, the largest in the South, the fourth-largest in the United States, and the tenth-largest in the Americas. The DFW Metroplex encompasses over 9,000 square miles of total area, making it larger in area than the states of Rhode Island and Connecticut, combined. It also has the sixth-largest gross metropolitan product (GMP) in the United States, and is approximately tenth-largest by GMP in the world.

    You can register on our website to have monthly updates on your city and neighborhood automatically emailed to you from DFW Team Realty. Search Plano Texas homes, foreclosures, and short sales to find homes in Plano. This service is FREE and available without any obligation from DFWTeamRealty.com.

    Plano Texas Real Estate June 2014

    By Bob Baesmann

  • Plano home sales were down 13% in May 2014

    Plano home sales were down 13% in May 2014 compared to the same month last year with 399 homes selling this month. So far this year, there have been 1,438 home sales, which is a decrease of 13% from last year.

    New real estate listings in the Plano area have increased 10%, with 564 homes listed this month, compared to the same period last year. So far this year, overall home listings have decreased 9%, with 2,046 homes listed. The number of listings under contract decreased 2% this month, with 418 homes contracted. The number of listings under contract for the year to date decreased 10%, with 1,691 homes under contract. The current supply of active listings on the market this month was 546 homes, a 22% decrease from the same month last year. There was a 1.7 month supply of homes on the market, which is a 24% decrease from last year.

    The average sales price of a home in the Plano area this month was $296,425, down 7% from this month last year. For the year 2014, the average sales price was up 10%, at $305,658. On average, sellers have received 97% of their asking price this month, which is an increase of 1% from last year. For the year to date, sellers received 97% of their asking price, a change of 1%. This month, homes spent an average of 26 days on the market until sold, which represents a decrease of 30% from last year. For the year to date, the average number of days on the market was 36, a decrease of 27%.

    Plano real estate information, known as MLS Area 20, is reported by area in the North Texas Real Estate Information System. The information in this report is believed reliable, but is only as accurate as reported by the system in the month of May 2014.

    The DFW area is also known as the Dallas Fort Worth Metropolitan Statistical Area, a title designated by the U.S. Census Bureau, which encompasses 12 counties within the state of Texas. The area is divided into two metropolitan divisions: Dallas Plano Irving and Fort Worth. It is comprised of over 70 cities, both incorporated and unincorporated. The DFW Metroplex is, by population, the largest metropolitan area in Texas, the largest in the South, the fourth-largest in the United States, and the tenth-largest in the Americas. The DFW Metroplex encompasses over 9,000 square miles of total area, making it larger in area than the states of Rhode Island and Connecticut, combined. It also has the sixth-largest gross metropolitan product (GMP) in the United States, and is approximately tenth-largest by GMP in the world.

    You can register on our website to have monthly updates on your city and neighborhood automatically emailed to you from DFW Team Realty. Search Plano Texas homes, foreclosures, and short sales to find homes in Plano. This service is FREE and available without any obligation from DFWTeamRealty.com.

    Plano Texas Real Estate May 2014

    By Bob Baesmann

  • Plano home sales were up 7% in February 2014

    By Bob Baesmann

    Plano home sales were up 7% in February 2014 compared to the same month last year with 234 homes selling this month. So far this year, there have been 434 home sales, which is an increase of 3% from last year.

    New real estate listings in the Plano area have decreased 21%, with 299 homes listed this month, compared to the same period last year. So far this year, overall home listings have decreased 13%, with 613 homes listed. The number of listings under contract decreased 23% this month, with 266 homes contracted. The number of listings under contract for the year to date decreased 10%, with 536 homes under contract. The current supply of active listings on the market this month was 412 homes, a 35% decrease from the same month last year. There was a 1.2 month supply of homes on the market, which is a 46% decrease from last year.

    The average sales price of a home in the Plano area this month was $274,365, up 1.6% from this month last year. For the year 2014, the average sales price was up 4%, at $277,193. On average, sellers have received 96% of their asking price this month, which is an increase of 3% from last year. For the year to date, sellers received 96% of their asking price, a change of 3%. This month, homes spent an average of 43 days on the market until sold, which represents a decrease of 37% from last year. For the year to date, the average number of days on the market was 44, a decrease of 35%.

    Plano real estate information, known as MLS Area 20, is reported by area in the North Texas Real Estate Information System. The information in this report is believed reliable, but is only as accurate as reported by the system in the month of February 2014.

    The DFW area is also known as the Dallas Fort Worth Metropolitan Statistical Area, a title designated by the U.S. Census Bureau, which encompasses 12 counties within the state of Texas. The area is divided into two metropolitan divisions: Dallas Plano Irving and Fort Worth. It is comprised of over 70 cities, both incorporated and unincorporated. The DFW Metroplex is, by population, the largest metropolitan area in Texas, the largest in the South, the fourth-largest in the United States, and the tenth-largest in the Americas. The DFW Metroplex encompasses over 9,000 square miles of total area, making it larger in area than the states of Rhode Island and Connecticut, combined. It also has the sixth-largest gross metropolitan product (GMP) in the United States, and is approximately tenth-largest by GMP in the world.

    You can register on our website to have monthly updates on your city and neighborhood automatically emailed to you from the Plano Home Values Report. Search Plano Texas homes, foreclosures, and short sales to find homes in Plano. Research current Plano home values at Plano Home Values. This service is FREE and available without any obligation from DFWTeamRealty.com.

    Plano Texas Real Estate February 2014

  • Home Sales Trends in 2013 for the Wolf Creek Estates subdivision – Plano, Texas

    Home Sales in the Wolf Creek Estates subdivision in Plano, Texas have been brisk in 2013, with 18 homes sold. The homes sold were built between 1993 and 1998, and the average sales price for a home in the Wolf Creek Estates subdivision was $353,994. The lowest sale was at $277,500 and the highest sale was at $457,600.

    The average size of a home in the Wolf Creek Estates subdivision is 3,209 sq. ft., with the smallest at 2,566 sq. ft. and the largest at 3,859 sq. ft. Homes in the Wolf Creek Estates subdivision sold, on average, in 39 days. The quickest sale took 1 days and the longest sale 123 days. The average price per square foot for a home in the Wolf Creek Estates subdivision is $110.29.

    Wolf Creek Estates subdivision is located in Plano, Texas. In 2005, Plano was designated the best place to live in the Western United States by Money magazine. Plano schools consistently score among the highest in the nation. Plano is roughly 71.6 square miles in size and is located primarily in Collin County on the far north side of Dallas.

    Overall home sales in Plano, Texas are at 4,116 homes sold, with an average sales price of $287,342. On average, sellers received 96% of their asking price, with homes spending an average of 40 days on the market. Plano is known as area 20 in the North Texas Real Estate Information System. This information is believed reliable but is only as accurate as reported by the system in the month of December 2012.

    DFW Team Realty is your local expert specializing in home sales in the Wolf Creek Estates subdivision, as well as home foreclosures and short sales in the Wolf Creek Estates subdivision. If you are looking to buy or sell a home in the Wolf Creek Estates subdivision, contact DFW Team Realty or visit us online to receive updates on home values in your city and neighborhood.

    By Bob Baesmann

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