Housing markets in these Texas cities see no shortage of activity

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11/23/2015 | Author: Editorial Staff

San Antonio sees a 10% increase in home values
Most homes in the Alamo City were priced less than $200,000 in the third quarter of 2015. Read more from the San Antonio Business Journal

Victoria's housing market is still 'vital' despite slow down
Home sales and prices are down in Victoria compared to statewide numbers. Read more from the Victoria Advocate

Drop in oil prices hasn't fazed Houston's housing market
The third quarter of 2015 brought increases in inventory and prices to the Houston area. Read more in the Houston Business Journal. 

Tyler real estate sales are on track with the state
Local and statewide numbers show homes are selling faster and for more money. Read more in the Tyler Morning Telegraph

Trust in Wichita Falls housing market brings buyers
Home sales in the city increased by almost 15%. Read more from NAUZ-TV.

Renters in Corpus Christi should consider becoming homeowners
First-time homebuyers may want to take advantage of the city's growing market and assistance programs. Read more from KRIS-TV

North Texas home prices are up 8.5%
The median sales prices for a single-family home in Dallas-Fort Worth reached $210,000 in Q3. Read more from The Dallas Morning News

Categories: Research
Tags: market news, texas market news


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Tom Morgan on 11/23/2015

Excellent and helpful summary of market conditions around the state.


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