Texas homes and jobs stay in demand

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The flag of Texas flapping in the wind.

07/30/2015 | Author: Editorial Staff

Austin hits lowest unemployment level in years
Over the past 12 months, Austin employers have added about 32,200 jobs, pushing the area’s unemployment rate to its lowest level since 2001. Read more in the Austin Business Journal.

Despite lower oil prices, Texas creates more jobs
Job gains in the state’s service industries are offsetting job losses in the mining and manufacturing industries. Read more in the Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University's Monthly Review of the Texas Economy.

North Texas home prices hit an all-time high
Low housing inventory in the Dallas-Fort Worth area has prices growing. Read more from WFAA

Demand for Corpus Christi homes stays strong
The median price for homes in the coastal city rose 12% over last year. Read more in the Nueces County Record Star.

Beaumont's housing market is breaking records
The latest numbers show Beaumont at an all-time high for home sales. Read more from KBTV. 

Home prices in Midland up over last year
The Permian Basin area just produced its highest home-sales figures on record. Read more in the Midland Reporter-Telegram.  

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