Median Price Change 2010-2014 Austin Title 

I received these graphics & information regarding Austin median home prices from Austin Title (thanks Austin Title!) the other day and thought I'd post it. The above graphic is Austin broken down by MLS areas...these are the numbers/letters agents go by sometimes to classify areas of town when searching in the MLS. The areas that correspond to East Austin are mainly 3,3E,5,5E and 9.

All of these East Austin areas have experienced a significant uptick in the median home price since 2010. With a lot of that growth starting in 2013 when the market really seemed to take off again. You can see by the color coding and the legend below the main graphic image that East Austin has experienced one of the highest levels of appreciation in price in the Austin area. Here is more information on those MLS areas with the directional boundaries and the pricing increase associated with it:

  • Area 3: (North-183/East-183/South-MLK/West-35): 9%-10% growth in median home price 2010-2014.
  • Area 3E: (North-290/East-past 130 by Dunlap/South-MLK/West-183): 11%-16% growth in median home price 2010-2014.
  • Area 5: (North-MLK/East-183/South-Lady Bird Lake/West-35): 11%-16% growth in median home price 2010-2014.
  • Area 5E: (North-MLK/East-past 130 by Webberville/South-Lady Bird Lake/West-183): 7%-8% growth in median home price 2010-2014.
  • Area 9: (North-Lady Bird Lake/East-183/South-71/West-35): 11%-16% growth in median home price 2010-2014. 

The numbers are even more dramatic when broken out for % change in pricing from 2013 through 2014, as detailed in the chart below:

  • Area 3:   19% growth in median home price 2013-2014.
  • Area 3E: 12% growth in median home price 2013-2014 (with 34% growth 2012-2013!).
  • Area 5:    25% growth in median home price 2013-2014.
  • Area 5E: 15% growth in median home price 2013-2014.
  • Area 9:    26% growth in median home price 2013-2014.

Median Price Chart 2010-2014