Travis County, TX Home Values & Market Trends

The median home price in Travis County, TX is $548,121.79. There were 19,418 home sales in Travis County, TX over the past 12 months. The median residential Travis County, TX home value for transactions over the previous year is $364,774.596. The number of current listings in Travis County, TX is 623, and the percentage of properties for sale is 623.00%. The county has 245 foreclosures, 9 bank owned properties, 236 headed for auction, and 623 properties for sale.

Travis County, TX Real Estate Market Overview

CityMedian Est. ValueCityMedian Est. Value
Austin

$ 566,961

$ 329/sqft

Manor

$ 339,999

$ 184/sqft

Leander

$ 556,059

$ 221/sqft

Del Valle

$ 342,733

$ 180/sqft

Pflugerville

$ 436,364

$ 206/sqft

Manchaca

$ 479,553

$ 288/sqft

Spicewood

$ 758,082

$ 320/sqft

Housing Market Summary for Travis County, TX

Feb 2023January 2024Change
Median Listing Price$575.2K$562.3K-2.24%
Median Sold Price$578.6K$562.3K-2.82%
Homes For Sale5615691.43%
Homes Sold7,3958,61016.43%
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Price Per Square Foot

On an average, Single Family homes cost $33 more per sqft than Condos. In comparison with sales price/sqft last week, list price/sqft of Single Family homes increased by 1.93% whereas, list price/sqft of Condos increased by 9.38%.

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Browse Homes in Travis County, TX

Travis County, TX home values range from $19,475 to $47,624,528. Spicewood is the priciest city with a median listing home price of $614,000, and Del Valle is most affordable with average house prices of around $335,000.

Foreclosure
There are 7 cities within Travis County, TX; within these cities, the median estimated home value for homes in foreclosure ranges from $612,281 in Spicewood to the lowest value of $124,137 in Spicewood. Foreclosure homes account for 0.00% of properties in Travis County, TX with Austin containing 174 foreclosures, the highest number of foreclosure properties in a single city.
  • Pre-Foreclosure
    Pre-foreclosure homes account for 0% of all residential properties in Travis County, TX with $[pre-foreclosures-highest-count-region] containing 0 pre-foreclosures, the highest number of pre-foreclosure properties in a single city. There are 7 cities within Travis County, TX; of those cities, the estimated home value for pre-foreclosure homes ranges from $0 in N/A to the lowest home value of $0 in $[pre-foreclosures-lowest-avm-region].
  • Bank Owned
    The median estimated home value of bank owned homes (REO properties) in Travis County, TX ranges from the highest value of $1,052,260 in Manor to the lowest value of $276,426 in Austin. Bank owned homes and properties account for 0.00% of properties in Travis County, TX. There are 7 cities within Travis County, TX; Austin containing 8 REO properties, has the highest number of bank owned properties in a single city.
  • Auctions
    Austin has 166 auction properties, the highest number of properties going to auction in a single city in the state of Travis County, TX. Auction homes and other auction properties account for 0.07% of all properties in Travis County, TX. There are 7 cities within Travis County, TX; of those cities, the median estimated home value for homes going to auction ranges from $5,548,375 in Manchaca to the lowest value of $124,137 in Manchaca.
Homes for Sale
Homes and properties that are actively listed for sale account for 0.18% of residential properties in Travis County, TX with Austin containing 430 homes for sale, the highest number of listed properties in a single city. There are 7 cities within Travis County, TX; homes for sale in those cities, have a range of median values from $509,207 in Manchaca to the lowest value of $62,706 in Austin.
    Sold Homes
    The median value for recently sold homes ranges from $4,533,983 in Spicewood to the lowest price of $25,414 in Spicewood. There are 7 cities within Travis County, TX. Austin has 6932 recently sold homes, the highest number of recently sold properties in a single city. Recently sold homes and properties account for 2.54% of properties in Travis County, TX.

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