Single-family housing squeeze eases in Texas; multifamily soars
Southwest Economy, 2014, issue Q4, 3-7
Single-family home sales in Texas?constrained by steadily rising prices, tight bank lending standards and insufficient new-house inventory?should gain traction in 2015. A booming apartment market moderates slightly amid still-elevated construction activity, occupancy rates and rents.
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