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Old 01-18-2008, 09:44 PM
 
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Median Price/Area

69,9000 Wilmer-Hutchins
70,000 Southeast Dallas
73,000 South Dallas
82,000 Oak Cliff

103,000 Mesquite
108,370 Duncanville
110,210 Garland
112,000 Lancaster

123,000 Cedar Hill
125,750 DeSoto
126,138 Grand Prairie
129,725 Arlington

130,000 Kaufman County
134,000 The Colony
135,280 Denton County
136,000 Ellis County

140,000 Hurst
142,500 Irving
145,130 Sachse-Rowlett
148,500 Euless

155,000 Bedford
158,500 Wylie
159,900 Carrollton-Farmers Branch
160,400 Richardson

176,950 Rockwall
184,000 McKinney
195,000 Allen
199,000 Lewisville-Flower Mound
199,000 Northwest Dallas

220,000 East Dallas
220,000 Grapevine
223,000 Plano
234,000 Northeast Dallas
237,680 Frisco

260,000 Coppell
260,500 Westlake
275,000 Far North Dallas
282,200 Fairview
284,950 Keller
296,000 Sunnyvale

335,700 Oak Lawn
450,000 Colleyville
527,450 Southlake
632,000 North Dallas
929,000 Park Cities

Source Dallas Morning News
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Old 01-19-2008, 12:40 PM
 
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Thanks for the info. I'd expected carrollton (where we are buying) to be higher up on the list so feel better about the price we are paying for our home now. We are still way above the median but not so astronomically high that I feel fleeced.
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Old 01-19-2008, 01:01 PM
 
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I may be wrong, but I think the Carrollton number is brought down by the Farmers Branch number.
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Old 01-25-2008, 11:24 AM
 
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The new issue of East Dallas/Lakewood Advocate out today shows that the average price of a home in Lakewood Elementary (sub-group area 7) has now crossed half-a-million ($507,641) and the average price per square foot is $201.60. This is from Ron Burch's Real Estate Report

This makes Lakewood the fourth most expensive area in DFW.
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Old 01-25-2008, 11:44 AM
 
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The new issue of East Dallas/Lakewood Advocate out today shows that the average price of a home in Lakewood Elementary (sub-group area 7) has now crossed half-a-million ($507,641) and the average price per square foot is $201.60. This is from Ron Burch's Real Estate Report

This makes Lakewood the fourth most expensive area in DFW.
Combined with the far lower median of $220,000 for East Dallas, this also highlights the big problem that many suburbanites have with Lakewood. It is not nicely homogeneous but instead has pockets of (and borders) run-down areas that scare a lot of people.
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Old 01-25-2008, 12:32 PM
 
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Well they are fewer and fewer - most are the old Fitzhugh corridor (where now 20 acres of apartments have/going down) and the Mount Auburn area, right next to Hollywood Heights - M.A. could be completely torn down in the next few years. Most of the less expensive properties are on the other side of the lake. Also Area 12 prices include most of South Dallas, Fair Park and Parkdale/Urbandale.

I mean even the M-Streets plus Lower Greenville/Vickery Place are about to cross $400,000 average price.
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