Texas Housing Market
February 11, 2011 7:57 pm
Texas remains one of the bright spots in the nation when it comes to housing and the economy. The Texas Association of Realtors reports that nearly 203,000 homes sold last year, down a modest 5% from 2010 levels. However, home prices remained relatively stable. The median sales price rose 1% last year to $147,600.
Analysts say the drop in sales is not necessarily a sign of a trend since federal government incentives for first-time home buyers spurred sales in 2009. TAR chairman Dwight Hale notes that Texas has emerged in a stronger position than almost everywhere else in the country. He adds that, “Our homes are some of the most affordable in the country and we’re seeing job growth substantially greater than national averages, which will continue to fuel the recovery in Texas.”
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