Texas real estate starts 2015 strong

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02/17/2015 | Author: Editorial Staff

Texas had the second-best year ever for home sales 
Last year brought increases in single-family home sales and sales prices statewide. Read more from the Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University

Texas is America’s sweetheart state for jobs
Several Texas cities are among the best places in America for jobs. Read more in the Houston Chronicle.

El Paso sees a decline in new-home sales
Increases in new-home prices drive more El Paso buyers to the resale market. Read more in the El Paso Times

Home sales are on the rise in Laredo
Low interest rates helped grow the number of homes sold nearly 6%. Read more from KGNS

Houston among top cities for getting around without a car
No car? Not a problem in these Texas cities. Read more in the Houston Business Journal.

Energy sector helping to drive job growth in San Antonio
San Antonio is expected to add more than 3,800 energy sector jobs in 2015. Read more in the San Antonio Business Journal.

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