Many people decide where they want to live based on the school district. Therefore, I thought it would be interesting to split the sales statistics by middle school. To start, let's take a look at sheer volume of sales. All of these statistics are from January 1st, 2017 to today (September 22nd, 2017).
Thomas Harrison had 61 (33%) more home sales than Skyline Middle School. Next, let's take a look at how quickly houses sell by middle school district.
Houses in the Thomas Harrison District tend to sell 15 (52%) days faster than houses in the Skyline district. Finally, let's check out how much houses are being priced at and sold for.
The median list price in the Thomas Harrison district was $2,800 (2%) higher than the median list price in the Skyline district. The median sales price in the Thomas Harrison district was $3,000 (2%) higher than the median sales price in the Skyline district.
Houses in the Thomas Harrison and the Skyline districts sold for 4% less than their asking price.
In conclusion, houses in the Thomas Harrison school district tend to sell in more volume, more quickly, and for more money. That being said, the difference isn't significant. To get a more accurate idea of how your house would fair in the current market, contact me for a CMA report.