How to tell if your market is healthy

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05/18/2015 | Author: Editorial Staff

What are the three ways you can determine whether your housing market is healthy? Watch this new Texas Association of REALTORS® digital training video to get the answer—and hear why one economist says factors like high interest rates don’t necessarily wreck housing markets.

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