How Texas buyers have changed in the past 10 years

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01/26/2017 | Author: Editorial Staff

In 2016, Texas buyers were older, made more money, and bought more expensive houses than 10 years ago, according to the 2016 Profile of Texas Homebuyers and Sellers. Here’s how they’ve changed:

Texas Buyer Demographics Infographic

See more stats in an infographic with additional details from the report, which you’ll also find in the January/February issue of Texas REALTOR® magazine.

Categories: Research, Buyers
Tags: buyers, consumers, research, profile of texas homebuyers and sellers


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Tommi Sue Homuth on 01/26/2017

Interesting information, we need to continue to educate those under 35, the value of home ownership!


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