Grand Prairie (Dallas County) home valuations rose in January 2021

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The median assessed value of a home sold in January 2021 in Grand Prairie in Dallas County rose by $23,480 while total valuation decreased by 35.8%, according to BlockShopper.com.

In January 2021, there were 104 homes sold, with a median home valuation of $157,140 - a 17.6% increase over the $133,660 median valuation for the same period of the previous year. There were 162 homes sold in Grand Prairie in January 2020.

The following table compares Grand Prairie to other Dallas County cities with similar median home valuations in January 2021:

CityJan. 2021 Home SalesJan. 2020 Home Sales% change (Total Home Sales)Jan. 2021 Median ValuationJan. 2020 Median Valuation% change (Median Valuation)
Irving81148-45.3%$186,220$169,15510.1%
Dallas8001,671-52.1%$174,395$138,51025.9%
Garland228327-30.3%$162,570$165,850-2%
Cedar Hill3661-41%$160,535$181,700-11.6%
Duncanville3169-55.1%$158,860$143,93010.4%
Grand Prairie104162-35.8%$157,140$133,66017.6%
Glenn Heights720-65%$155,000$173,050-10.4%
Lancaster3566-47%$130,660$122,3356.8%
Mesquite127201-36.8%$128,410$136,610-6%
Hutchins23-33.3%$122,560$78,91055.3%
Balch Springs1336-63.9%$116,000$86,32534.4%
* This story only considers sales data for the part of Grand Prairie that is in Dallas County.

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