Be a better informed consumer
02/24/2017 | Author: Editorial Staff
When preparing to buy or sell a home, you might search online real estate portals or keep an eye on local real estate news, but there's a better source of real estate data.
Thanks to the Data Relevance Project—a partnership among local REALTOR® associations and their multiple listing services, the Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University, and the Texas Association of REALTORS®—you can get a firsthand look at what's happening in your market.
The 2016 Texas Real Estate Year in Review Report includes information on 25 metropolitan statistical areas across the state, often with county-level data, as well. Learn how home prices have changed, the number of active listings, how long homes stay on the market, the amount of housing inventory, apartment rents and vacancy rates, and affordability figures—all for your area.
This data can help guide your housing or real estate decisions and make you a more informed consumer when it comes time to consult with a local REALTOR®.
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