Inventory Is Low. The Time Is Now!


There’s no shortage of homes to buy – just sellers to sell.

It’s not a big secret in a market like ours. It has been and will continue to be a challenge heading into Spring.

Mortgage rates are largely forecast to continue to rise over the coming months and serious house hunters are paying close attention. After all, every rate increase could have an impact on affordability, and over time, that will put the brakes on buyer demand. But in the short term, projected rate increases may motivate home buyers and make for an extremely competitive Spring market.

So if you’re thinking of listing your home, don’t wait too long. As others prepare to list and inventory begins to increase, the intense multiple offers will start to ease and home prices will continue to rise – but at a slower pace.

The bottom line: the sooner you list, the less competition you will have.

Dave Perry-Miller Real Estate is a member of the Ebby Halliday Companies – the leading real estate company in Texas. If you’re thinking of listing, we’re here to provide an instant valuation of your home and help you prepare. Visit DavePerryMiller.com and connect with one of our experienced agents today!

Inventory Breakdown by County

All Counties: -22.2%

Bosque County: -6.6%

Collin County: -34%

Cooke County: -18.7%

Dallas County: -41.1%

Delta County: -4.3%

Denton County: -36.1%

Ellis County: +13.9%

Erath County: -4.6%

Fannin County: +25.4%

Grayson County: -22.3%

Henderson County: 0%

Hill County: +1.3%

Hood County: -13.2%

Hopkins County: -11.3%

Hunt County: +10%

Johnson County: -14.6%

Kaufman County: -7.9%

Lamar County: +4.1%

Montague County: +27.3%

Navarro County: -9.7%

Palo Pinto County: -16.5%

Parker County: -9.2%

Rains County: +56.7%

Rockwall County: -19.4%

Smith County: -25.8%

Somervell County: +16.9%

Tarrant County: -23.2%

Van Zandt County: -10.8%

Wise County: -40%

Source: NTREIS MLS, January 12, 2022 vs. January 12, 2021.