Are housing pressures easing in Dallas-Fort Worth?

While the nation’s prices climbed 6.5% year year over year in March, the Dallas-Fort Worth area saw a softer 3.6% increase.

The housing market has been so red-hot in North Texas that even a slight cooling is hard to detect. But we are glad to see signs that supply might be at least catching a glimpse of demand after years of running far behind.

Houses are still moving. Real estate reporter Nick Wooten told us earlier this month that the Dallas-Fort Worth area “ranked second in the nation for homes sold and active home listings last month, trailing only New York as the spring selling season heats up.”

And prices are still on the rise, Wooten wrote.

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Source: The Dallas Morning News

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