This could be a banner year for Texas real estate
11/11/2014 | Author: Editorial Staff
Expect Houston real estate to stay in demand
Home prices in the Houston area rose in the third quarter of 2014 while inventory stayed at historic lows. Read more in the Houston Chronicle.
Job growth brings an increase in Fort Worth-area home sales
Thousands of employment opportunities are fueling demand for North Texas housing. Read more in the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.
Amarillo's housing market stays strong
This could be the best year ever for the city’s real estate activity. Read more from News Channel 10.
DFW: One of the best markets for investors and homebuyers
The Dallas area is seeing its biggest real estate boom in years. Read more in The Dallas Morning News.
Home prices in Midland are on the rise
Demand for housing has resulted in some of the highest median and average home prices in Texas. Read more in the Midland Reporter-Telegram.
Central Texas home sales reach record levels
This could be the best year ever for the Austin housing market. Read more in the Austin American-Statesman.
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