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What Will Texas Real Estate Look Like Going into 2022?

September 15, 2021

The Texas Real Estate Research Center released its 2021 Mid-Year Texas Housing & Economic Outlook, pointing to a more stable Texas housing market heading into 2022 once home inventory shortages from shutdown-related issues subside. The Research Center release stated that home listings have reached a “trough” and now are rising, easing some of the priceRead More

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Home Prices Soar in Texas, while Sales Dip

June 24, 2021

The median price for a home in Texas rose in April 2021 for the fourth consecutive month, increasing 17.3 percent year-over-year to a record-breaking $289,700, according to the Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University’s Texas Housing Report. The Texas market experienced a “shift in the composition of sales toward higher-priced homes due to constrainedRead More

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Texas Housing Sales Crunch Amidst Restriction

May 25, 2021

Texas housing sales were down 0.8 percent month over month in April 2021, constrained by lack of inventory, as well as higher prices and mortgage rates, according to the Texas Real Estate Research Center at Texas A&M University. “The number of new MLS listings rose for the second straight month in April, but Texas’ monthsRead More

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Record-breaking Texas Land Sales as Buyers Migrate

April 21, 2021

“Texas city-dwelling buyers descended on rural locations in latter 2020,” according to the Texas Real Estate Research Center at Texas A&M University. Due to both pandemic fears and urban unrest, buyers purchased 552,707 acres of Texas land for a record $1.69 billion. The increased demand caused statewide land prices to increase 3.1 percent to $3,064Read More

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Rural Texas Properties Experience Surge in 2020

February 26, 2021

Sales for small rural properties surged in the latter part of 2020, possibly boosted by concerns over COVID-19 and civil unrest in urban areas, according to the Texas Real Estate Research Center at Texas A&M University’s See Ya Later, Next-Door Neighbor: Urban Buyers Stampede to Rural Texas by Charles E. Gilliland. According to the article,Read More

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Texas Home Sales Set for Large Increase in 2021

January 19, 2021

Single-family home sales in Texas are expected to increase over eight percent in 2021, according to the Texas Real Estate Research Center at Texas A&M University. Sales “are expected to maintain a rapid clip this year with an 8.4 percent projected increase,” said Center Research Economist Dr. Luis Torres. He said, “That assumes mortgage ratesRead More

Texas Homeownership Hits All-time High

November 23, 2020

Texas’ homeownership rate hit an all-time high of 70 percent in September 2020, with Austin leading the way in Texas’ Urban Triangle, according to the latest Texas Housing Insight report from the Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University. This rate placed state homeownership higher than nationally (67.4 percent) for the first time since 2012.Read More

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Texas New Home Sales Exploding with Increased Demand

September 15, 2020

Homebuilders across the state are racing to meet “exploding” demand for new homes, said Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University Chief Economist Dr. Jim Gaines. With high demand and low inventory, new home prices are continuing to rise. However, he said, “Now is a good time to buy a home. Interest rates are low,Read More

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Ninety-two Percent of Realtors® Say Market Is in Recovery

July 21, 2020

Following setbacks from the coronavirus pandemic, more than nine out of 10 Realtors® reported that the market is recovering. Ninety-two percent of National Association of Realtors® respondents said their buyers have either returned or never left the market. Eighty-nine percent said their sellers have either returned or never left the market. The report also found,Read More

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Austin-area Housing Inventory Drops in May 2020 Leading to Lower Sales

June 22, 2020

Home sales in the Austin-Round Rock Metropolitan Statistical Area decreased 29.2 percent in May 2020, as inventory continued to drop amidst the coronavirus pandemic, reaching only a two-month supply. Median price inched up 0.7 percent across the region to $329,893, according to the Austin Board of REALTORS® Central Texas Housing Market Report. Within the cityRead More

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