WILLIAMSON COUNTY, Texas — Homes sales in Williamson County increased by 6.4 percent year over year in April, according to a report from the Williamson County Association of Realtors.
While home sales increased, so did the prices of homes in the county. The report showed a 4.2 percent increase in median sales price in April when compared year over year.
Although some areas experienced increases, President of the Williamson County Association of Realtors Victoria Reviel says real estate percentages fluctuate between cities.
“Each city in Williamson County has their own mini real estate market. In April, Sales in Cedar Park plummeted 13 percent, and right next door in Leander, sales flattened. Round Rock and Georgetown saw the largest growth with 20.3 and 19.8 percent increases in sales respectively,” said Reviel.
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