Texas housing is up across the board

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12/01/2015 | Author: Editorial Staff

The year isn't over, but signs say 2015 may be a record-setting year for Texas real estate.

The 2015 Texas Annual Housing Report, released today by the Texas Association of REALTORS®, shows increases in every segment of the Texas housing market, including sales of condos, land, and luxury homes, and sales to international and out-of-state homebuyers.

“The Texas real estate market has been firing on all cylinders in 2015. People are relocating to Texas from far and wide, homes in all price classes are in high demand, and the number of available properties is slowly rising,” said Scott Kesner, chairman of the Texas Association of REALTORS®.

Click here to see an infographic with these and other highlights:

  • More than 538,000 people moved to Texas from out-of-state.
  • International homebuyers accounted for more than $8.32 billion in Texas.
  • Small land sales increased 20.69% statewide.
  • Sales of million-dollar homes increased as high as 26% in major metros.

Want to learn more? Download the full report.

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Tom Morgan on 12/01/2015

Excellent news!  Thanks for the helpful report and easy to understand Infographic.


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