The city saw 64 closed sales in April. ABoR attributed the nearly 50% drop in sales to social restrictions due to coronavirus concerns.
However, the median price for Cedar Park’s single-family homes increased in April to $349,500, a 7.5% increase from a year ago.
The number of closed sales in Leander, meanwhile, reached 116 in April, a 6.4% increase over April 2019.
However, the year-over-year median price for single-family homes in Leander remained flat as compared to a year ago. The median price was $285,000 for April, the same as for April 2019, according to ABoR.
Williamson County single-family home sales totaled 857 in April for a 23.2% drop as compared to April 2019, per ABoR. Travis County saw 1,058 single-family home sales for a 26.3% drop.
Median single-family home prices in April were $300,555 for Williamson County, a 5.5% increase over April 2019, and $400,000 for Travis County, a 6.8% increase.
The ABoR data includes new and existing single-family home sales.