Home sales are slow through most of the country, but all real estate is local, and as locales go, it doesn't get better than Dallas.
(Disclosure: Dallas-Fort Worth is HousingWire's home port.)
According to North Texas Real Estate Information Systems, the median sales price of homes increased 4.8 percent in April from the prior year, to $180,713.Sponsor Content
Prices are rising, but homes are selling more quickly. The average number of days on the market for a Dallas metro listing was 54 days, a 12 percent decrease from 2013.
CNBC's "Power House" spoke with Laura Barnett, a real estate agent withRe/Max DFW, to get her insight on trends in the Dallas housing market. "We have a shortage of inventory, so everyone's running after the same property," Barnett said.