Charts from real estate data firm RealtyTrac show a 10% jump in the number of home sales in Dallas, from an all-time low of 14,700 in 2014.
The number of transactions also rose in the last quarter of the year.
According to Realtytrac, the average price of a home sold in the metro area jumped 5.5% to $9,400, up from $8,900 in 2015.
In Dallas, the median price rose 4.9% to a record $7,800.
Dallas, which sits on the border of the city of Houston, saw the number increase 4.5%.
In the Dallas area, home prices are up a whopping 18.7% since 2013, according to Realtrack.
Sales have increased by 10% this year, compared to last year, according the company.
“This is a great market to sell in,” said Realtracker chief economist Richard Shrader.
“Dallas is a hotbed of interest, and people are searching for quality real estate in a variety of markets.”
The median home price in Dallas rose to $98,200 in the first quarter of 2019, according Realtrac, up by 7.6% from the previous quarter.