Austin home prices hit all-time high of $415,000 despite COVID-19 upheaval

By Lindsey Wilson | Apr 16, 2020, 2:36 pm

Source: CultureMap Austin

"For most of March, it's was "business as usual" for Central Texas realtors. At least until March 24 hit, when the city and surrounding counties began issuing shelter-in-place mandates.

For that reason, the Austin Board of Realtors predicts we won't see the true impact of coronavirus until its April or May reports come out. For now, however, the March Central Texas Housing Market Report shows that the pandemic has had little impact on March home sales."

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