High demand for Texas housing leads to low supply in Q4-2013

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02/10/2014 | Author: Editorial Staff

Boom in Texas housing is 'strong and enduring'
Price increases in the fourth quarter of 2013 were seen in markets of every size. Read more from WOAI

Demand for Houston homes results in low supply
Houston's housing inventory declined to only 2.9 months at the end of December—almost a full month less than the statewide inventory of 3.6 months. Read more from KUHF

North Texas sees a 20-year low in pre-owned homes for sale
Dallas homebuyers should expect to pay more and have fewer options in 2014. Read more at The Dallas Morning News

Midland County homes sold for more and sold faster at the end of 2013
Homes were on the market for an average of 36 days. Read more at the Odessa American

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