DFW Housing Market Looks to be Slowing Down

(WBAP/KLIF) – The Dallas-Fort Worth housing market appears to be cooling off.

Home prices are up 4 percent, but continue to fall behind national average increases.
According to Standard & Poor’s Home Price Index, DFW home sales peaked in 20-17, but slowed significantly in the last quarter of 2018.

The laggard pace is said to be due to buyers seeing prices as too high and a marketplace being flushed with homes. When compared to last year, there are 20 percent more homes on the market.

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