Fort Worth #4 in US for job growth!

Texas cities, both large and small, once again lead the pack in a new ranking of the best places for jobs. Austin-Round Rock-San Marcos topped the chart for the fourth straight year among the nation’s 65 biggest metro areas. Houston-Sugar Land-Baytown was ranked second, followed by No. 3 Salt Lake City, according to, a […]

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N TX sales 6,126 homes! + more!

existing single-family home sales up 13% from a year ago in the 29-county North Texas region where 6,126 homes were sold.  the median price was up 11% in March to $155,000, per the Real Estate Center @ Texas A&M University.  Q1 2012 realized a 16% jump from Q1 2011 as well while the median sales […]

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TX up 2.8% AND 16.5%

Texas existing home sales grew 2.8% in February from a month earlier, outpacing transactions nationwide according to the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas. Sales also increased 16.5% from February 2011, rising in the four largest Texas metropolitan areas of Houston, Dallas, San Antonio and Austin. The rest of the state’s economy continued to grow in […]

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North TX Home Sales JUMP 14%

north Texas home sales are off to a GREAT start this year, up 14% in January compared to last January (2011), according to Texas A&M University’s Real Estate Center.  additionally, pending homes sales were up 16% from a year ago to boot! the ‘North Texas’ market represents 29 north Texas counties.  last month alone there […]

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DFW foreclosures DOWN!

Fewer Dallas-Fort Worth area homes are scheduled for foreclosure this week than a year ago. Lenders have scheduled 4,672 homes, condominiums and townhouses for sale at Tuesday’s monthly foreclosure auctions in Dallas, Tarrant, Collin and Denton counties. That’s a 16 percent drop in foreclosure filings from February 2011, according to numbers from Addison-based Foreclosure Listing […]

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Texas = +6% AND 6.4 !!

the Texas housing market, well, rocks! during the October – December period the volume of single-family home sales in Texas was 46,764 or 6% MORE than one year ago, while the median price remained steady at $148,100.  additionally, the housing inventory in Texas, as of December 31st, dropped from 7.6 months to 6.4 months from […]

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