The median price of single-family homes in Williamson County rose 21.16% YoY from $305,375 to $370,000, while the median price per square foot also rose from $154.17 to $183.61.

Source: Data used in this graph comes from the Texas REALTOR Data Relevance Project

There is no property specific data for the property record that has been entered. Please refer to the charts on this page containing information provided by Texas A&M Real Estate Center for general data regarding Williamson County residential market data.

Economic outlook, job opportunities, and location are contributing factors to the growth Central Texas has experienced for may years. Growth and development in Williamson county has supported a vibrant real estate market that is illustrated by increasing sales volume and prices.

Current valuations were developed using sales information from Jan 1st, 2020 through Jan 31st, 2021

In mass appraisal, market areas are determined and defined by grouping properties with similar characteristics and trends in order to systematically and efficiently appraise all of the property in the county each year. WCAD has defined hundreds of market areas within the county and assigns each one a unique neighborhood code. The INTERACTIVE MAP illustrates your property and the market area to which it is assigned. It is the District's responsibility to select the most comparable sales that will be used during the appeal process. Yearly sales information is utilized in determining and setting the market values as of January 1st each year.

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