Current Market Data

Houston rents show downward trend

Houston rents show downward trend


Two recent reports on the Houston rental market offer insights into both average rental costs and how long units are staying on the market.

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Oddly enough, millennials are more optimistic about buying than older generations

Oddly enough, millennials are more optimistic about buying than older generations


CoreLogic released its monthly analysis of home prices, which revealed that millennials are still feeling pretty positive about purchasing property, despite growing home prices.

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South presents serious growth in showing activity

South presents serious growth in showing activity


ShowingTime’s index points to growing demand for listings in the South, signaling a competitive housing market in the spring.

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December capped 8 consecutive years of price growth

December capped 8 consecutive years of price growth


Does this mark the end of a deceleration trend, or is it a temporary blip?

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In Houston, luxury single-family homes are in demand

In Houston, luxury single-family homes are in demand


The Houston luxury housing market continues to slow in growth, according to Coldwell Banker’s annual Global Luxury Report.

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Single-family housing starts dip in the South but continue long-term upward trend

Single-family housing starts dip in the South but continue long-term upward trend


Economist are optimistic about housing construction, despite a month-over-month dip of 5.9 percent nationwide.

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NAACP and NAREB announce partnership to increase black homeownership

NAACP and NAREB announce partnership to increase black homeownership


The two organizations joined together to provide members the resources and tools that will help more African Americans purchase homes.

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Black homeownership rate up for second consecutive quarter

Black homeownership rate up for second consecutive quarter


The U.S. Census Bureau report appears to show a trend in the rate of black homeownership.

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Think people are moving to Houston for jobs? Think again.

Think people are moving to Houston for jobs? Think again.


While the pursuit of new or better employment prospects normally motivates people to take on a long-distance move, recent data suggests that Americans may now be more inclined to relocate for housing related reasons.

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How to sound smarter next time you’re asked about recession risk

How to sound smarter next time you’re asked about recession risk


A Federal Reserve economist breaks down some of the more common misconceptions about the chance of recession in 2020 and offers thoughts on how real estate pros can be better consumers of economic data.

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