Dallas, Tex. Median price per foot, 2012:
$77 Percent change since 2011:
Prices in the Northeast Dallas and neighboring White Rock area are rising quickly. Inventory in the market is low. The area offers lower resident density per acre and higher incomes than much of Dallas, and yet, at $293,000, the average priced home is fairly affordable. According to Walk Score, a service that rates the “walkability” of neighborhoods across America, people in Northeast Dallas are basically “car dependent.”
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