Texas excels in some unexpected areas

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07/22/2014 | Author: Editorial Staff

Foreign homebuyers love Texas 
The state accounted for 12% of the international real estate sales made in the country last year. Read more at MarketWatch

Texas beaches are among the best in the U.S.
A new ranking lists the Lone Star State as one of top coastal states. Read more at the San Antonio Express-News

Job seekers want to work here most of all
​Texas is the No. 1 state for desirable employment locations, according to a recent report. Read more at the Houston Business Journal. 

When it comes to 'smart' homes, Texas is ahead of the game
A competitive electric market is part of the reason why the state is leading the way in energy management and monitoring. Read more at the Austin Business Journal. 

Many of the cheapest U.S. cities are in Texas
The state continues to rank as one of the most affordable places to live. Read more at the Houston Chronicle

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