Last year was big for Texas housing markets
02/08/2016 | Author: Editorial Staff
Why 2016 is a good year to enter the housing market
Now is an ideal time to buy a home, but prepare to act quickly when you find one. Read more in The Katy News.
Texas cities are among the top US ‘boom towns’
The state’s four major metros continue to attract new residents seeking employment options. Read more at Forbes.
Luxury home sales in San Antonio grew in 2015
The city has seen a 36.4% jump in homes costing $1 million or more. Read more from the San Antonio Express-News.
Houston-area home prices and listings rose at 2015's end
The number of active listings in the city was up more than 30%. Read more from the Houston Chronicle.
DFW was the No. 1 city for home sales at the end of last year
More homes were sold in Dallas-Fort Worth than any other Texas metro. Read more from The Dallas Morning News.
Sherman-Denison housing values and sales rose in 2015
Demand for homes increased despite a drop in housing inventory. Read more from the Herald Democrat.
Odessa has its best housing market in years
Homebuyers in the West Texas city are seeing increased inventory. Read more from the Odessa American.
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