Texas is a top state for housing, education, and employment

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03/13/2014 | Author: Editorial Staff

Want to save money? Live in the Lone Star State
New reports list Texas cities among the top places to save money and live cheaply. Read more at the Houston Business Journal. 

Texas recognized as an economic-development champion
The state once again received Site Selection magazine's Governor's Cup—an award that recognizes states that have attracted the greatest number of corporate-facility projects. Read more at the Austin Business Journal. 

Single-family home sales increased statewide in early 2014
The real estate sector helped drive the Texas economy from January through early February, according to a report from the Federal Reserve. Read more at The Dallas Morning News

Valuable higher-education options abound in Texas
Several Texas universities were named to Kiplinger's list of best-value colleges based on academic quality, affordability, and other criteria. Read more at the Houston Business Journal. 

Texas job opportunities continue to grow
The addition of more than 33,000 job in January brought the state to its lowest unemployment rate since 2008. Read more at the Odessa American.

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