The oil industry has been the talk of the town in Texas communities, especially Houston — but the dip in prices hasn’t put too much pressure on the housing market, according to Realtor data. In May, the steady growth of home supply helped bolster local market health and keep prices fairly moderate.
- Houston single-family home sales increased 10 percent annually in May, with the greatest concentration happening in the mid-price range between $150,000 and $500,000.
- The median sales price in Houston remained unchanged year-over-year in May, and the average sales price dipped slightly by 0.5 percent.
- Inventory increased from a three-month supply to a 3.6-month supply, marking a 20.9 percent annual increase.