HistoryMaker Homes, Taylor Morrison, Empire Communities and ASGi Homes have joined the GHBA’s charity fundraiser, the Benefit Homes Project.
Despite supply challenges, Texas housing manufacturers are optimistic as the spring selling season approaches, according to the latest survey by the Texas Manufactured Housing Association.
Houston’s luxury market (homes priced above $1 million) saw higher-than-normal activity in February, with 33.5% more sales than during the same month in 2021. The most-expensive home sold in Houston last month was an 11,108-square-foot single-family home in the River Oaks Tall Timbers subdivision.
Despite the slight uptick in new listings from last week, Houston’s numbers during the first week of March remained statistically flat compared to the same week in 2021.
According to the Houston Association of REALTORS® February 2022 Market Update, single-family home sales totaled 7,372 last month, a 22.9% jump from the previous year.
Jennifer Wauhob, 2022 Chair of the Houston Association of REALTORS®, discusses last year’s real estate market and what may lie ahead in 2022.
The average list price (ALP) for a Houston home rose to an all-time high in February, supporting ongoing concerns about housing affordability in 2022, the Houston Association of REALTORS® (HAR) reported this week.
Houston’s new home listings began to level out during the week ended Feb. 28, following skewed readings resulting from the mid-February winter freeze in 2021.
Legislation that touched HOA rules, property taxes, eminent domain and more made for an eventful year in Texas real estate.
The ongoing commission battle has one report calling for changes the NAR says could freeze many out of the homebuying process.