Of the 1,844 homes sold in Abilene, only one cleared a million in price, selling for $1,475,000 or $191.26 sf. Here are the most expensive sales listed in NTREIS’s multiple listing service that sold in the Abilene area during 2017, sorted by ZIP code and school district.
$1,475,000, $191.26/sf, 7,712 sf built 2003 – the most expensive home in Wylie ISD, 79606 and the Abilene area (and the largest). Listed by Jan McCaslin of Sendero Properties, sold by Kimm Crenshaw of RE/MAX.
$895,000, $179.04/sf, 4,999 sf, built 1970 – most expensive home in 79602 and the Abilene ISD. Listed by Patty Knight of Senter Realtors, sold by Kay Spiva of Stovall Realtors.
2741 HWY 83-84
$619,900, $180.62/sf, 3,432 sf, built 2014 – most expensive home in Jim Ned CISD. Listed by Kim Vacca of RE/MAX, sold by Kimm Crenshaw of RE/MAX.
1732 EN 10TH
$619,000, $103.43/sf, 5,989 sf, built 1999 – most expensive home in 79601. Listed by Lori McDonald of Fathom Realty, sold by Robbie Johnson of Keller Williams.
108 HIDDEN VALLEY
$312,000, $136.48/sf, 2,286 sf, built 2014 – most expensive home in 79603. Listed by Tommy Simons of Tommy Simons & Associates, sold by Ken Cunningham of Augusta Realtors.
The table below provides 12 years of historical information on residential sales by price. It is sorted by ZIP code and school district to provide a count of the number of sales made that were greater than $400,000, between $400,000-$300,000, between $300,000-$200,000, between $200,000-$100,000, and below $100,000. A few observations:
- Abilene ISD had an outlier year with 10 sales above $400,000 – no other year comes close to matching this performance.
- Wylie ISD had their strongest year in the 12 years tabulated with 44 sales over $400,000.
- 79602 has some of the newest development and this is captured with 47 sales above $400,000 sold in 2017
- 79603 has never had a sale that cleared $400,000.
- With 147 sales, 79605 had the most sales below $100,000 in 2017. This is down by 149 when compared to 2006, the peak year in this data. In fairness, however, these sales are in current dollars that have not been adjusted for inflation – it stands to reason more houses sold below $100,000 in 2006 because prices have risen 21.5% over the 12-years that followed.