4 Interesting Museum District Real Estate Trends
Museum District homes netted a 69% increase in median sales price. Average price per square foot increased by 43% over the same period.
One of Houston’s cultural centers, the Houston Museum District enjoys a central location within the Inner Loop. Job centers like Downtown Houston and the Texas Medical Center are minutes away, while entertainment and retail hotspots are equally as accessible.
Museum District homes come in a wide variety of types and styles. Beautifully maintained estates, elegant townhomes, European-inspired condos, and patio homes complement the neighborhood’s tree-lined streets.
New construction is a common sight in the area, and these are usually for luxury townhomes and upscale condos.
Here are 4 key Museum District real estate trends that will help in understanding this neighborhood’s market.
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Museum District Houston Resources:
- Museum District Houston Neighborhood Guide
- All Museum District Homes For Sale
- Museum District Houston Maps
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4 Key Houston Museum District Real Estate Market Trends
1. Museum District homes have appreciated by 69% in the past decade.
In 2005, the median sales price for single-family homes was at $438,075. By 2014, this has surged up to $739,756. This rate of appreciation is one of the most remarkable among Inner Loop neighborhoods.
2. More recent price changes show promise of more growth.
The median sales price of Museum District homes for sale marked a 5-year appreciation of 23%. From 2013 to 2014, the median surged from $668,000 to $739,756.
3. Average price per square foot has also increased.
Over the past 10 years, the average price per square foot has also increased by 43%. Increasing demand, along with new construction in the area, are driving factors in this upwards trend.
4. Despite a slight dip in home sales, Museum District real estate remain strong.
There was a slight dip in home sales from 2013 to 2014 (from 427 to 346). However, the Museum District real estate market remains stable as evidenced by its appreciation rates as well as properties’ median days on market (21).
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