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Greater Houston, TX Homes for Sale

In the last 30 days, Greater Houston home prices were up 15.4% compared to last year. The median price of a home was $345,660. View Greater Houston Market Insights


Greater Houston Market Trends

In the last 30 days, homes for sale in Greater Houston, TX sold for a median price of $345,660, up 15.4% compared to the same period last year. The median price per square foot was $162.22, up 15.5% year-over-year. There were 4,909 homes sold, down from 7,760 last year.

Median Sale Price
$345,660
+15.4% year-over-year
Median Price per Sq. Ft.
$162.22
+15.5% year-over-year
Number of Homes Sold
4,909
-36.7% year-over-year
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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the median home sale price in Greater Houston?

In the last 30 days, the median home sale price in Greater Houston was $345,660, up 15.4% compared to the same period last year. The "median" price is the middle price - half of the homes here were sold for less, the other half for more.

How many homes are for sale in Greater Houston? How many of these are new listings?

There were 23,043 homes for sale in Greater Houston as of October 04, 2022. There were 11,071 new listings within the last 30 days as well. The more homes on the market, the more choices buyers have.

What are some of the most popular neighborhoods in Greater Houston?

According to our listings, you'll find the most homes currently available in Greater Houston in these popular neighborhoods: Central Houston, Westside, and Lake Conroe.

How up-to-date are Orchard's new listings in Greater Houston?

The new homes and houses for sale on Orchard's listings pages are updated hundreds of times each day, with listings in Greater Houston last seen updated at . New listings can appear every day, but many listings first appear on the market mid-week.

How much competition is there to buy a home in Greater Houston?

In the last 30 days, the median number of days a home in Greater Houston remained on the market (DOM) was 19.74. In areas with a low DOM, homes are sold quickly and the competition is fierce; in areas with higher DOMs, you may have more options and more time to make an offer.