RE/MAX Co-founder and Chairman Dave Liniger will be featured on the live webinar series, Secrets of Top Selling Agents, on...
Mortgage insurer United Guaranty Corp. promoted Brian Gould to the position of chief operating officer. Gould joined the...
The Texas economy continues to expand, with housing starts and existing-home sales increasing month-over-month, according to the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas monthly outlook survey.
Housing starts jumped 15% in December after falling 3.3% in November. Additionally, housing starts are up 50.9% year-over-year.
Single-family housing construction permits fell 4.3% from November to December. However, existing-home sales rose 1.2%, the outlook noted.
Home inventories also declined to 4.7 months of available supply, seasonally adjusted, in December, signaling a tight market and rising prices.
Click on the chart to view housing starts.
Don’t miss out: get HW delivered via email