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What happened to the median home valuation in Grand Prairie (Dallas County) during May 2021?

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The median assessed value of a home sold in May 2021 in Grand Prairie in Dallas County was unchanged while total valuation increased by 7.3%, according to BlockShopper.com.

In May 2021, there were 117 homes sold, with a median home valuation of $143,930. There were 109 homes sold in Grand Prairie in May 2020, and the median valuation for the period was also $143,930.

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

CityMay 2021 Home SalesMay 2020 Home Sales% change (Total Home Sales)May 2021 Median ValuationMay 2020 Median Valuation% change (Median Valuation)
DeSoto735435.2%$173,910$171,3601.5%
Garland234246-4.9%$168,530$158,2656.5%
Cedar Hill463821.1%$167,720$168,495-0.5%
Glenn Heights914-35.7%$160,820$157,9001.8%
Mesquite138158-12.7%$144,940$136,2706.4%
Grand Prairie1171097.3%$143,930$143,9300%
Lancaster3248-33.3%$136,760$145,750-6.2%
Seagoville15150%$127,830$103,98022.9%
Duncanville1940-52.5%$125,200$136,500-8.3%
Balch Springs262123.8%$102,035$79,20028.8%
Hutchins23-33.3%$77,280$59,03030.9%

* This story only considers sales data for the part of Grand Prairie that is in Dallas County.

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