Why Texas condos don’t stay on the market for long

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07/01/2015 | Author: Editorial Staff

Texas condos spend less time on the market than they used to and they're selling at higher prices, according to the 2015 Texas Condominium Mid-Year Sales Report, released today by the Texas Association of REALTORS®. The report, which uses sales data from January to May 2015, details how increased demand is driving this housing segment in four Texas metros: Austin, Houston, Dallas, and San Antonio. 

Click here to view an infographic about condo-sales activity in the four Texas metros, and download the full report for even more condo-sales statistics.

Categories: Research
Tags: research, condo sales, townhome sales, market news, texas market nes, buying, selling


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