Demand for Texas homes continues to soar
04/22/2015 | Author: Editorial Staff
3 Texas cities attract the most interest from homebuyers online
The Lone Star State is home to some of the hottest housing markets in the U.S., including number one. Read more at realtor.com.
Texas home prices are likely to keep climbing
The trend will continue statewide if inventory stays tight and demand stays high. Read more from KBTX.
Bryan-College Station sees an increase in housing demand
Rising prices are creating a seller's market. Read more from KAGS.
East Texas homebuyers act fast as mortgage rates drop
Favorable rates are making real estate purchases even more attractive. Read more from KTRE.
Why home sales are up in San Antonio
The city's competitive market is favorable to sellers, but there's still good news for buyers. Read more from Texas Public Radio.
Texas REALTORS® demand tax relief and transportation funding
Thousands of real estate professionals met with their legislators at the state Capitol on April 14 to advocate for private-property owners. Read more in the Austin Business Journal.
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