Week 2: Corona virus pandemic… Market Update


What’s the real estate market doing right now?  In Dallas Fort Worth, there hasn’t been much change this week except for Dallas County’s “shelter in place” order.  That means that no one should leave their home unless they’re an “essential” worker.

The market is still active with listings come on the market, going under contract and closing!  As an example of that, in the past three days 240 new listings came on the market, 247 offers accepted, 299 pendings and 172 homes sold.  It’s still a great market!

We are taking precautions for all of our sellers and for our buyers as well.  We have multiple strategies to help you achieve your real estate goals whether it’s now or in the future.  If you have down time during the pandemic, we’d love to conduct a Zoom meeting with you to learn more about your home’s value or the buying process.  We are here for you, let us know how we can help!

FW: 817-264-7087

Dallas: 210-810-4553

Search for homes & find more info at Homesbyhornburg.com


Published by The Hornburg Real Estate Group at KW

I began my real estate career in 2004 in Orlando, Florida. I relocated to my native Texas in 2012 with my family and started my business over from scratch! It's always a learning opportunity when you're focused on building a business through helping others and my story is just that! We have had the pleasure of growing a business and then getting into business with the very best agents in Dallas Fort Worth to help us grow & expand our mission, vision and values in the real estate market! We'd love the opportunity to show you what we are all about and how we exceed expectations!

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