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Cost of Homeownership in TexasCost of Homeownership in TexasBy M.A. Anari2003-11-25T06:00:00Ztechnical-report
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Despite its many benefits, homeownership is a costly, on-going process. The good news for Texas homeowners is that compared with many other states homeownership costs do not constitute a larger proportion of their incomes. Digital and Print1647https://www.recenter.tamu.edu/articles/technical-report/cost-of-homeownership-in-texas

 

 

Cost of Homeownership in TexasCost of Homeownership in TexasResidential
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