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01/28/2015 | Author: Editorial Staff

For an affordable home, head to Texas
Several of the least expensive American cities are in the Lone Star State. Read more from CBS News

Texas real estate leads the nation
The state set the standard in economic, population, and housing-market expansion last year. Read more in Housing Wire

San Antonio sees increased housing activity 
It's a good time to buy or sell in the Alamo City. Read more in the San Antonio Business Journal. 

A record-setting year for Central Texas home sales
Annual home sales in the Austin area recently hit a new high. Read more in the Austin American-Statesman

Is Midland's real estate market hurting homebuyers?
A slowdown may help this seller's market. Read more in the Midland Reporter-Telegram

Expect to see new apartment projects level off in some Texas markets
Developers are putting multifamily projects on hold. Read more in the Dallas Morning News

 

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