In the first quarter of 2022, Houston homeowners gained an average of $46,500 in equity year over year, according to a recent CoreLogic report.
The number of homes available to buyers climbed 18.7% in June, the sharpest year-over-year increase in the history of the report.
When you consider entertainment, recreation, nightlife, parties and overall costs, it turns out, Texas is a pretty fun state! And that has a positive effect on Houston real estate.
Houston was fourth on the list with 844 iBuyer home sales in the first quarter, accounting for 3.5% of home sales in the market.
For every single-family home or apartment permit generated in Houston in the past year, there were 2.2 jobs created.
It is a fun reminder that location is everything, and every state has amazing ultra-luxury properties for the right price.
A new Zillow survey revealed that 50% of Americans cry while buying a home, with Gen Z and millennial buyers far more likely to shed tears at least once during their home-buying journey.
Soaring home prices and markedly diminished inventory are suppressing housing affordability for many nationwide who are simultaneously dealing with a third roadblock: sharp mortgage rate growth.
With suburban home value growth surpassing that of urban homes, the most popular areas appear to be outside the city. Which Houston suburb is the hottest?
The rate of Hispanic homeownership is steadily increasing, new data from The National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals shows. With 8.8 million Hispanic-owned households, more than 48% of Latinos now own homes, reflecting a continual rise since 2014.