Lower interest rates might've pushed people into buying compared to March 2018.
HAR Chair Shannon Cobb Evans said for the most part, it's a pretty balanced market.
"With the inventory increasing a little bit the months on market, we might see a little more opportunity for buyers out there," said Cobb Evans.
She said the Houston inventory is a little higher than the national trend.
"We're up to a 3.9 months supply of homes that are available and the national level is 3.5, and this is the highest inventory we've had in five months," said Cobb Evans.
She said for a few months now, the rental market has been extremely strong—at almost 18 ½ half percent. She credits Millennials not buying and Baby Boomers renting.