The Texas Housing Market More Stable Than It Seems

Despite losses in the oil and energy sectors and with home prices above their historic peaks, the Texas housing market remains strong.

The recent CoreLogic Market Condition Indicators suggested that Texas had the most overvalued markets among the 100 regions in the U.S., HousingWire reported. With six of the top 10 metro regions landing in the list of areas with a percentage of home prices relative to the long-run sustainable level, the numbers seem to indicate the potential for a bubble.

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Cooling Prices Make 2015 a Hot Time for Buying a Home

Cooling Prices Make Buying a Home a Hot Idea

A tight real estate market in 2014 kept many prospective homeowners out in the cold, but options for buying a home are heating up this year. A new Fox Business article gives credit to increased inventory for this upturn, as well as other positive reasons more people will be entering the market.

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U.S. New Home Starts Up 6.3% in September

Building Permits, Bellwether of Future Construction, Increase 1.5%

September New Home Starts Report as printed in teh Wall Street Journal

U.S. home building rebounded in September on the strength of apartment construction, a category that provides less of an economic boost than single-family homes.

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