How Texas real estate broke records last year

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02/01/2016 | Author: Editorial Staff

Last year was huge for Texas real estate. In fact, statewide home sales and prices reached all-time highs in 2015, according to the latest Texas Quarterly Housing Report released today by the Texas Association of REALTORS®.

More than 309,000 Texas homes were sold in 2015, which is the first time in history that annual home sales have exceeded 300,000. And the median annual price for Texas homes was the highest ever at $195,000.

“Texas has enjoyed four straight years of booming real estate growth and record-high housing demand,” said Texas Association of REALTORS® Chairman Leslie Rouda Smith.

Check out this infographic with statewide data, and download the full report to see data for 25 markets across Texas.  

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