Strong housing markets keep Texas cities on top

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The Texas flag waving in the wind.

01/21/2016 | Author: Editorial Staff

Texas cities are great for job-seekers
Plano, Austin, and Irving have some of the nation’s strongest job markets. Read more from WalletHub.

Houston named most popular moving destination in Texas
The state was ranked among the top 10 moving destinations in the United States by United Van Lines. Read more at the Houston Business Journal.

DFW real estate sees its best year in three decades
A booming real estate market and increasing home values made 2015 a banner year for North Texas. Read more at The Dallas Morning News.

Some of the fastest-growing US locales are here
Texas took over Forbes’ list of booming cities, with Houston, Austin, Dallas, Fort Worth, and San Antonio among the top ten. Read more from Forbes.

2 Texas cities are among those attracting the most interest
Listings in Dallas and Midland received some of most views on realtor.com last month. Read more on realtor.com.

Austin is one the country’s healthiest housing markets
The state’s capital has seen strong increases in home purchases. Read more from MarketWatch.

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