Tomball ISD - Market Snapshot - Past 30days to May 13, 2022

Dated: May 14 2022

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Here's a quick view of the Tomball ISD market for single family homes over the past 30 days.  It is still becoming more active as expected.  The seasonal cycle is following that familiar pattern. 

Valuations in Tomball ISD show it's still a seller's market with most homes closing at over listing price. 

The Villages at Northpointe holds the record this time with properties closing 7% over list on average.

And here below is a view of the price distribution.  This is the one of the most requested report I'm asked to produce for clients, but it's all useful. 

That's it.  Reach out to me for any additional info on this or another market area or property strategy.  

Info is key, especially with mortgage rates rising as they are and the quick decisions needed in our market.

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