More Dallas-area buyers are looking for luxury properties, according to a new report by Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage.
Luxury home sales jumped 29.4 percent during the third quarter compared to the same period the previous year. A total of 304 luxury homes were sold in Q3 2018, up from 235 in Q3 2017.
The data was compiled based on sales of homes priced at $1 million or above on the Multiple Listing Service.
But while more buyers were looking for luxury homes, they paid less for those properties, Coldwell Banker found. The median sales price during Q3 declined 6.1 percent to $1,394,258. That’s compared to a median price of $1,485,000 during the same period last year.
“The Dallas luxury housing market saw a strong improvement in overall sales throughout the third quarter,” said Apryl Jolas with Coldwell Banker. “Buyers enjoyed a brief cooling off in luxury home prices as the supply of inventory increased slightly compared to last year.”
The two most expensive homes sold during the quarter were located in Dallas’ Highland Park neighborhood, and were purchased for roughly $3.79 million and $3.72 million.
Currently, Coldwell’s highest-priced home in Dallas is located on Ursula Lane in the Preston Hollow area.
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