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DALLAS, Texas – September 9, 2016 – Coppell home sales increased 1.9 percent in August, in contrast to weaker regional sales figures in July, according to the July 2016 North Texas housing market report released today by the MetroTex Association of REALTORS.

“August was an exceptionally busy month across North Texas,” said Russell Berry, president of MetroTex. “We’re seeing strong increases both in terms of number of sales and in dollar volume. Prices are up and maintaining enough available housing stock remains our biggest challenge.”

According to the report, 55 homes were sold in Coppell in August, a 1.9 percent increase from the year prior. The median price for Coppell area homes increased 23.6 percent year-over-year to $374,500 during the same time frame.

Coppell’s monthly housing inventory was 3.5 months in August. The Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University cites that 6.5 months of inventory represents a market in which supply and demand for homes is balanced.

Homes spent an average of 30 days on the market in August. There were 174 active listings for the Coppell housing market during the same time frame.

August 2016

  • 55 – Homes sold, 1.9 percent higher than August 2015.
  • $374,500 Median sales price for homes, 23.6 percent more than August 2015.
  • $398,508 Averagesales price for homes, a 0.3 percent decrease from August 2015.
  • 30– Average number of days homes spent on the market in August 2016.
  • 3.5 – Monthly housing inventory in August 2016.
  • 174 – Active home listings on the market in August 2016.
  • $156 – Average price per square foot, up 98.2 percent.


The MetroTex Association of REALTORS® represents more than 17,000 members involved in all aspects of the real estate industry. As the largest REALTOR® member association in North Texas, MetroTex represents the entire region. Established in 1917, MetroTex is an advocate for the real estate industry and private property rights. For more information, visit us online at

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