Texas sets a great example for real estate
09/18/2014 | Author: Editorial Staff
What other states can learn from Texas
The Lone Star State is home to several cities that have recovered well since the recession. Read more in The Washington Times.
DFW-area housing inventory drops
Home sales in North Texas are down from their 2013 levels. Read more in The Dallas Morning News.
San Antonio homes don't stay on the market for long
Residential real estate continues to move quickly in the Alamo City. Read more from KSAT News.
These buyers are worth $11 billion to the state's economy
Texas has seen its greatest number of international homebuyers in years. Read more from the Tyler Morning Telegraph.
Who is buying Texas real estate?
More than 65% of all U.S. homes purchased by these consumers were in Texas. Read more in the Houston Chronicle.
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