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.

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Lumberton Home Prices

One of the most popular communities in Southeast Texas continues to be Lumberton, Texas.  Residential home sales in Lumberton continue to have high demand from buyers.  The builders are taking note of the high demand with new residential construction in River Birch, Woosley Palms, Copper Point, and Westwood Heights.  

What will you pay to buy a newly built home in one of these popular Lumberton neighborhoods?  Take a look.

Lumberton Neighborhoods


Home builders in the desirable Lumberton neighborhoods of Copper Point, River Birch, and Westwood Heights have such high demand for these newly built homes that prices are rarely negotiated.  

The overall asking price to sales price ratio for homes in Lumberton is approximately 97%.  Sellers usually only have to negotiate about 3% off their asking price when the home is priced competitively.

In a competitive residential home sales market it is important to have the right market information and to be able to act fast.  For instance, a home in Boykin was recently listed.  It had approximately 16 showings in the first week it was on the market and multiple offers for the seller to choose from.  This is where an experienced Realtor can be invaluable.  

If you are looking to buy or sell a home in Gracelake, Stonegate, Boykin, Copper Point, or Woosley Palms, or any other neighborhood is Southeast Texas let me show all the tools I have to help you.  Make a good decision and put the power of Coldwell Banker Southern Homes to work for you. 



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