We recently uploaded the Residential Market data, so now its time for some acreage stats. Acreage has always done pretty well here in the Hill Country, so its always fun to go in and compare the previous year to this year. We won't go into every category, but the chart below shows all of the categories we cover and each stat for those. This post will only cover the biggest changes between 2017 and 2018.
This week, we are covering Sold Acreage Farm and Ranch in Gillespie County outside of City Limits, so no City Lots this time. For the most part, all categories seemed to be pretty consistent. Overall, 2017 was a better year for acreage than 2018 has been so far except for the 51-100 acre category. It is still the beginning of the year, so its hard to get definitive stats since its so early.
Below is the chart we made to compare the stats. If you have any questions, be sure to give us a call! We would love to either help you buy the perfect home or property, or help you sell your current one. Give us a call or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Here at Texas Hills Realty, LLC, "We Help Natives Sell, and Others Become Natives."
|2017 vs 2018 Sold AC Farm and Ranch in Gillespie County thru 3/31|
|1-10 ACS||11-25 ACS|
|Avg Sold Price||$350,000||$136,000||$278,125||$219,032|
|Total Volume Sold||$350,000||$272,000||$2,503,124||$1,752,256|
|26-50 ACS||51-100 ACS|
|Avg Sold Price||$399,114||$358,833||$516,667||$634,835|
|Total Volume Sold||$2,793,799||$2,152,998||$1,550,000||$2,539,340|
*1-10 acre for 2017 had 1 sold listing, but had a home on it, so it sold for residential price.