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Texas Housing Market Soars to New Highs, Pricing Out Many

Laila Assanie

Southwest Economy, 2017, issue Q1, 15-18

Abstract: Texas? low cost of living has been one key long-term factor in the state?s growth story?sustaining the economy through oil booms and busts. However, unprecedented home price appreciation and tight supply of starter homes during the housing recovery have eroded this advantage.

Date: 2017
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