2016 Texas Housing Market and Real Estate Predictions

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Texas, the Lone Star State, became the 28th state added to the United Stated in 1845. Centrally located on the country’s southern border, it is the second largest state at 268,581 square miles. These miles are covered by a wide variety of environments ranging from prairies, grasslands, and piney wood forests to mountains and coastline… Continue reading 2016 Texas Housing Market and Real Estate Predictions

2015 Texas Housing Market Predictions

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Unlike the rest of the country, Texas did not see a large drop in home values during the recession. The state saw lower unemployment rates than the rest of the nation, and there was no influx of investors buying up distressed properties simply because there were no excessively undervalued properties available to buy. Right now,… Continue reading 2015 Texas Housing Market Predictions