Since it was founded in 1850, Waxahachie has been an important agricultural, commercial, educational, retail and transportation center in North Texas. Waxahachie grew rapidly in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, mostly due to the prosperous cotton industry. Because of the success of Waxahachie’s early cotton barons, Ellis County quickly became the nation’s largest cotton-producing county during the early 1900s. Cotton played a very important role in the early development of Waxahachie, and as a result, many cotton related industries, including one of the state’s first textile mills, was established in the town.
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The real estate market in Waxahachie, TX reflects what the Dallas area metroplex has been experiencing for some time. Low inventory continues but the available homes do reflect a nice mix of both resale and new construction homes in December. And the overall median sales price for homes in Waxahachie, TX have shown an increase: