Texas markets make several top-10 lists

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01/29/2014 | Author: Editorial Staff

Home building at historic levels in some Texas cities
Major Texas markets are leading the way in single-family home construction, while Western cities hit hard by foreclosures still lag. Read more at USA Today

Texas continues to shrug off the recession's economic effects
Comerica Bank's Texas Economic Activity Index shows that the state's recent economic growth is due largely to gains from several sectors, including the energy industry. Read more at the San Antonio Business Journal. 

Houston is still a hot destination for relocations
Penske Truck Rental’s list of top destinations for 2013 includes Houston at No. 6, while the Dallas-Fort Worth area dropped one spot to No. 3. Read more at the Houston Business Journal. 

San Antonio is a top metro area for homeownership
The Alamo City took the No. 6 spot on NerdWallet's 2014 list of The Best Places for Homeownership. Rankings were based on housing affordability, homeownership rates, and growth of the metro area. Read more at the San Antonio Business Journal. 

Quicker home sales are expected to continue in North Texas
Sales of single-family homes in the Dallas-Fort Worth area are up in part due to lower housing inventory. Read more from Community Impact Newspaper. 

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