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Travis Heights Market Stats Report October 2011

by Goodlife on December 12, 2011

Travis Heights average home prices rose 12% from prior year, while listing inventory declines – what does this mean? If you have a home to sell in Travis Heights, it means that there are buyers for your home. If you are buying, be prepared for a competitive situation in the Travis Heights Market. Area6 Market Stats October 2011

Author | Garry Wise
Garry has both lived in and sold hundreds of homes in the Travis Heights area, as well as owns investment property in Travis Heights. You can contact him here.

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