Texas real estate continues to be a strong investment

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The Texas flag waving in the wind.

02/22/2016 | Author: Editorial Staff

Texas cities named best for real estate investment
Healthy job growth, anticipated home price appreciation, and strong population growth helped land San Antonio, Dallas, and Austin among the top places to invest in housing. Read more at Forbes.

Million-dollar home sales heat up in DFW
Sales of Dallas-Fort Worth homes reached an all-time high last year, thanks in part to the increase in luxury property sales. Read more from CultureMap Dallas.

Houston’s mid-range housing sees healthy sales volume
This has already been a strong year for the Houston-area housing market. Read more in the Conroe Courier.

Don’t expect oil prices to damper Dallas housing
North Texas real estate had a banner year in 2015, despite the drop in oil prices. Read more from The Dallas Morning News.

Home prices in Odessa continue to increase
Increasing inventory in the West Texas city benefits buyers, while sellers enjoy rising prices. Read more from the Odessa American

Categories: Research, Buyers, Sellers, Homeowners
Tags: market news, texas news, research, homebuyers, buyers, sellers, homeowners, renters


Comments

Ward Lowe on 02/23/2016

@Sherri: The link has been corrected in the post.

Sherri on 02/22/2016

The link for the article above, “Texas cities named best for real estate investment” Forbes article doesn’t work.  Help please


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