DATA: A look at residential real estate in Pearland, Friendswood

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This month's residential real estate data compares data for five local ZIP codes: 77089,77546, 77578, 77581 and 77584. (Designed Elyssa Turner)

This month's residential real estate data compares data for five local ZIP codes: 77089,77546, 77578, 77581 and 77584. (Designed Elyssa Turner)

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Number of new listings (Designed Elyssa Turner)
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Number of homes under contract (Designed Elyssa Turner)
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Homes sold and average days on the market (Designed Elyssa Turner)
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Median price of homes sold (Designed Elyssa Turner)
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Percentage of original price received (Designed Elyssa Turner)
This month's residential real estate data compares data from November 2018 and November 2019 for five local ZIP codes: 77089,77546, 77578, 77581 and 77584.

Number of new listings

Year-over-year listings remained roughly the same for all ZIP codes, with the exception of 77546. 77546 had 120 homes listed in November 2018 and only 86 listed in November 2019, a 28% drop.

Number of homes under contract

In November 2019, 77584 had the most homes under contract locally, with 81 homes.

Home sold, average days on market

Most of the homes on the market cost up to $499,999. Homes typically stayed on the market for an average of one to two months.

Median price of homes sold

The median price of homes sold rose year over year in 77089, 77546 and 77581. It fell year over year in 77578 and 77584.

Percentage of original price received

In 2018, several ZIP codes received 100% of the original price. In 2019, the numbers dipped marginally.
Source: Neighborhood data provided by Markeith Spears


BHGRE Gary Greene. 281-997-0726. markeith.spears@garygreene.com
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