Lag effect of concern for some in the real estate market. Article: http://www.houstonchronicle.com/business/real-estate/article/Houston-s-market-heats-up-but-future-looks-shaky-6387004.php?t=cf26fd7e14438d9cbb&cmpid=twitter-premium
The low inventory of homes for sale pushed home prices upward dramatically for the last two years as the basics of supply-and-demand played out in Houston realty. Article: http://houston.culturemap.com/news/real-estate/06-10-15-houston-home-prices-hit-all-time-record-high-as-affordable-houses-are-hard-to-find/?utm_source=dailydigest&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=cmpgn-2015-6-11
Texas was America’s second fastest growing economy last year, according to the new data from the Commerce Department. Article: http://money.cnn.com/2015/06/10/news/economy/texas-big-economic-growth-2014/
Texas is leading the nation in many areas of growth statistics, according to data released by the U.S Census Bureau. Data from the prior year listed the top 100 counties in the country based on numerical gains in growth. Texas had 11 of those 50 counties, and the major counties of Harris (Houston), Dallas,...
Global ratings agency Fitch Ratings has announced that Texas’ diverse economy will help weather the recent oil downturn. Article: http://goo.gl/V24FaU
Calendar year 2014 was a year for the record books. Home prices and volumes were all time highs while inventory was at an all-time low for the greater Houston residential market. Article: http://goo.gl/26bngf
The legends of residential real estate sit down for a candid lunch on the market and their predictions for 2015 and beyond. From the article, we shouldn’t hear “Houston We Have a Problem” in the coming months. Article: http://goo.gl/F245DR
Pricing reaches March highs as buyers gobble up the current inventory. Three out of the five listing segment inventories experienced increases for March 2015. Article: http://goo.gl/2TzwtP