An inside look at the residential real estate market in Southeast Texas including: the hottest neighborhoods, proven home selling strategies, home buying and negotiating tactics, median prices by neighborhood, average days homes are on the market, and professional advice on how to get the best deal when buying or selling a home.

Silsbee, Vidor, and Orange Home Sales Summer 2018

1055 Homes Sold in Southeast Texas this Summer

It was busy summer!  At least it was busy home sales.  According to data in the Southeast Texas MLS, 1055 single family homes sold between June 1, 2018 - September 15, 2018.  There were ten Southeast Texas market areas that had over twenty homes sell. 

Take a look at where the most homes sold.

Summer Home Sales 2018












The chart shows the number of homes that closed, the average sales price and the average number of days the homes were on the market.  Today the chart shows Bridge City home sales, Lumberton home sales, and Orangefield home sales.  

Other areas in Southeast Texas with more than twenty homes sales this summer:

  1. Silsbee 22
  2. Vidor 43
  3. Beaumont W4  44
  4. Beaumont W5  26
  5. Beaumont W6  41
  6. Beaumont N6  69
  7. Orange  49

More about the average sales prices and average days on the market in those areas later this week.  If you are thinking of buying or selling a home in Southeast Texas before the end of the year, knowledge is powerful.  If you are interested in a certain neighborhood comment below, call or text me and I will be glad to help you find out what the prices, trends, days on the market are before you make a decision.  

Until next time,


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