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RE/MAX sets new home sales record
RE/MAX sets new home sales record

Inventory also reached its lowest point in the report’s history, down 31.8% from the same time last year and down 13.3% from October.

Predictions: Houston real estate leaders talk 2021
Predictions: Houston real estate leaders talk 2021

We asked industry experts for their predictions on the market ahead and here’s what they said.

The Arbor at Wayforest to replace housing lost during Hurricane Harvey
The Arbor at Wayforest to replace housing lost during Hurricane Harvey

“This multifamily housing community will replace desperately needed housing resources lost during Hurricane Harvey while adding an attractive, viable, and valuable asset to the neighborhood.”

Over a third Houston listings in bidding wars
Over a third Houston listings in bidding wars

More than half of Redfin listings (54%) experienced bidding wars in November, down only 4 percentage points from the previous month, according to the online broker’s new report.

Houston ranks 21st priciest luxury market in the U.S.
Houston ranks 21st priciest luxury market in the U.S.

The flight of homeowners from large urban centers to the suburbs has unexpectedly begun to reshape residential real estate, but luxury property in large cities have also gotten a boost from the hot market.

Top 10 most expensive Houston homes sold in November
Top 10 most expensive Houston homes sold in November

Ten Houston agents sold homes priced between $3,925,000 and $4,999,500 last month, according the HAR

NAR: Over a third of new Texas residents from Arkansas
NAR: Over a third of new Texas residents from Arkansas

The report noted that the populations of large cities have declined the most during the pandemic.

Job growth pace gets ‘coronavirus correction’
Job growth pace gets ‘coronavirus correction’

With winter upon us and coronavirus cases exploding, the latest jobs report marks five straight months of declining job growth.

High home prices and low inventory likely to persist in 2021
High home prices and low inventory likely to persist in 2021

First American Chief Economist Mark Fleming has predicted that homebuyers are likely to face higher prices, and an inventory crunch, in 2021.

CoreLogic: Houston home prices surging
CoreLogic: Houston home prices surging

Home construction continued to surge across the nation, which reflected the projection that new homes will help moderate price growth over the next 12 months.

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