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Aubrey Market Analysis

A Look at the Aubrey Market Area

(including Krugerville & Providence Village)

Aubrey is located approximately 5 miles north of Highway 380 and 50 miles north of Dallas and Fort Worth, TX. We recently completed an indepth analysis of the Aubrey Area Market. In this analysis we have looked at all sales located in the Aubrey zip code of 76227. This would include sales located in the city of Aubrey, Krugerville and homes in the new developments along Hwy 380 in Providence Village. The city of Aubrey has a population of 2,595 per US Census 2013, the city of Krugerville has a population of 1,637 per US Census 2013 data and the town of Providence Village has approximately 5,000 per Providence Village data.

*Sales Price


We have looked at the median sales price for each year for the past five years. The median sales price of homes in Aubrey has increased since 2011 from $130,690 to $162,000 in 2014. There was a slight decline in 2011 but a 17% increase from 2011 to 2014. Overall the sale prices of homes in the area have appreciated. This is similar to what we have seen for sale price appreciation in all of Denton County.

*Sales Activity

It is good to not only look at sale price but also volume. When we look at the number of sales that occurred each year, not only has the median sales price increased but the number sales has increased every year since 2010 from 246 to 359. This is a 31% increase in the number of sales from the year 2010 to 2014. Much of this is attributed to the new development that has occurred along Hwy 380.

*Marketing Times

We have looked at the marketing times for sales in the AubreyArea. The median number of days on the market has decreased from 48 to 30. The shortest marketing times occurred in 2013 with median number of days on the market of 28 days. The marketing times have all been 2 months or less.

*Distressed Sale Activity

When looking at the number of foreclosure sales we see a great decrease in the number of foreclosure sales in 2013 and 2014. We have seen this in all of Denton County as the number of foreclosure sales has experienced significant decline in the past two years. This is a good sign that we have moved out of the effects of the recession.