Use your ears to learn Texas real estate trivia

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02/26/2016 | Author: Jaime Lee

There’s a podcast for everything these days. Advice, gardening, pop culture, sports—if you’re into it, there’s probably someone talking about it on the Internet.

But if you want a show that explores what’s up with homes, buildings, and land in our state, listen to “Inside Texas Real Estate.”

In every episode, hosts Marty Kramer and Stacy Armijo provide a rundown of shareworthy headlines, stats, and trivia about—you guessed it—Texas real estate.

Check out the latest episode to find out if last year was a record-breaker for housing, where to get stats about buying and selling in your city, and more.

Give it a listen at texasrealestate.com/inside.

Categories: Research, Buyers, Sellers, Homeowners, Renters
Tags: podcast, inside texas real estate, buyers, sellers, research, market news, texas news, housing news


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