Texas housing inventory increases for the first time in years

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08/19/2014 | Author: Editorial Staff

What low inventory means for Texas home sales
Demand for homes continues to be strong throughout the state despite a lack of availability. Read more at the San Antonio Business Journal.  

Real estate helps boost statewide economy
The Texas economy grew in the second quarter of 2014 in part due to strong commercial real estate activity. Read more in The Dallas Morning News

2 Texas cities are among the best for Millennial homebuyers
Austin and Dallas are top cities for young people looking to purchase a home. Read more in the Dallas Observer

Texas housing inventory increases for the first time in years 
The second quarter of 2014 brought a slight increase from the all-time low of 3.4 months' supply in the first quarter to 3.6 months. Read more at the Fort Worth Star-Telegram

Odessa sees record-level home sales
Even with fewer new homes on the market, this West Texas city reached an all-time monthly high for home sales in June. Read more at the Odessa American

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