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If you're looking for the latest homes for sale in Aubrey Tx, you're in the right place with LivingWell Realty. Aubrey is a small town in North Texas, in the zip code of 76227. As of 2023, it's home to about 9,500 people. Aubrey covers an area of nearly 3 square miles and boasts over 2,000 single-family residences. The town is on the upswing, growing at an impressive rate of 21.31% per year. In fact, since the last census in 2020, Aubrey's population has surged by a remarkable 78.52%. Back in 2020, there were around 5,350 residents.

Homes For Sale in Aubrey Tx December 6, 2023
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NTREIS data last updated December 7, 2023.

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Moving To Aubrey

Aubrey is a city in Denton County, Texas, United States. Its settlement dates back to the mid-1800s when it was initially known as Onega. The town was established around 1867 when Lemuel Noah Edwards and his wife, Mary Ann Bullard Edwards, moved to the area and built a log cabin.

The town's growth was primarily attributed to the arrival of the railroads in the 1880s. The Texas and Pacific Railway extended its tracks through the area, leading to increased economic activity and the development of the community. The town was renamed Aubrey after Civil War hero, Confederate Cavalry officer, and Texas Ranger Lemuel Aubrey (Lem) Thomas.

Aubrey was incorporated in 1881 and continued to grow due to its agricultural significance. The town became a hub for farming and agriculture, particularly cotton and grain production. The fertile land in the area contributed significantly to its prosperity.

Over time, Aubrey experienced both periods of growth and challenges typical of many small American towns. As nearby cities and urban areas expanded, Aubrey gradually transformed from an agricultural community to a more suburban area, experiencing a population increase and urbanization.

Today, Aubrey maintains its small-town charm while also undergoing development and growth, attracting residents who seek a balance between rural living and proximity to urban amenities in the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area. The town continues to evolve while cherishing its historical roots and community spirit.

The Schools

Aubrey, TX ISD is a close-knit and vibrant school district that prides itself on fostering a nurturing and inclusive environment for children to thrive. With a strong focus on academic excellence and innovative teaching methods, Aubrey ISD prioritizes each child's individual growth while instilling essential values of respect, responsibility, and resilience. The district's dedicated teachers and staff members are committed to providing a safe and supportive atmosphere where students can explore their passions and develop critical thinking skills. 

Safety and Crime Rates

Safety is a top concern for home buyers. You should research crime rates for Aubrey, check local crime statistics, and even explore online platforms or community forums to get a sense of the area's safety. We have listed a few great sites to help you in your research. We believe you will see Aubrey is a very safe place to live based on this data:

Aubrey Real Estate Market

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The real estate market in Aubrey, TX, is experiencing significant growth and demand. The area had seen an influx of homebuyers due to its proximity to larger cities like Dallas and Fort Worth, coupled with its relatively affordable housing compared to those urban centers. The market was competitive, with low inventory levels leading to multiple offers on properties and often resulting in quick sales. Home prices were generally rising, reflecting the high demand for housing in the area. However, recent trends are for sellers to offer incentives and even offer to buy down interest rates.
  • Total Residential Properties: 24,066
  • Avg. Home Age (Single Family Home): 10 Years
  • Avg. Square Feet (Single Family Home): 2,227
  • Effective 2022 Property Tax: 1.61%

If you are considering selling your Aubrey Texas home, there is only one true way to determine an accurate price, a CMA. We provide free CMAs to our Aubrey home sellers when requested. Head over to our page on selling your home to request a free CMA.

Sold Homes in Aubrey

Here are the latest market trends update for Aubrey, Texas October 2023:

  • Months Supply of Inventory: Currently, there are only 1.2 months of available homes. This indicates a high demand for homes in Aubrey, making it a great time to sell.
  • List to Sold Price: The List to Sold Price percentage is not great at 95.4%. This means that on average, sellers are getting 95% of their listing price.
  • Median Days on Market: In Aubrey, homes are selling on average in just 1.5 months. The median days on market is 38 days.
  • Median Sold Price: The median sold price in Aubrey is currently at $355,000.
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