Texas Association of REALTORS®



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Housing Trends

June 2017

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"Suddenly, it's a seller's market in Texas?" Texas weathered the national recession better than most. Affordable home prices, robust job growth, and Texans' can-do attitude have helped. But in many parts, the pendulum already has swung back to a seller's market. The first-quarter 2012 Texas Quarterly Housing Report provides insights as to why. more...

Increases in home sales volume, price indicate momentum for Texas real estate in 2012. Single-family home sales in Texas were up 12% in first quarter 2012 vs. the same time in 2011, and the median price increased by almost 3%, according to the 2012-Q1 Texas Quarterly Housing Report issued by the Texas Association of REALTORS®.  more...

TexasRealEstate.com is the consumer Web site published by the Texas Association of REALTORS®. more...

Texas continues to outperform national housing market While national figures on housing show a slowdown in sales, the Texas housing market has fared much better than the rest of nation during the recent downturn. Learn more about Texas’ unique real estate economy at TexasRealEstate.com, the Texas Association of REALTORS® consumer site. more...

Texas kicks off 2011 with a growing housing market January 2011 data from Texas MLSs showed a 2% increase in both home sales and median home prices. Economists with the Real Estate Center at Texas A&M believe Texas is poised for increased growth. Learn more about Texas’ unique real estate economy at TexasRealEstate.com. more...

Home Ownership matters…to people, to communities, and to America. Why? • For every two homes sold, one job is created in the U.S. • Each purchase generates as much as $60,000 in economic activity over time. more...

Buying is now cheaper than renting in 74 percent of the nation’s largest cities. Low home prices and “rock-bottom” interest rates as well as tax advantages of homeownership are the reasons why it’s now cheaper to BUY a 2-bdrm home than to rent one. Check out this CNN Money article with the details. more...

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