Nearly 1,000 new homes in Hays County's corridor citiesNearly 1,000 new homes in Hays County's corridor citieshttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=23472014-12-01T12:52:00Z2014-12-01T09:08:00Z

HAYS COUNTY - In 2013, a net average of 124 people moved to Hays County each week, and the influx shows no sign of letting up.

During the first three quarters of 2014, officials in the county’s three corridor cities issued new building permits for 950 single-family homes: 241 in San Marcos; 385 in Kyle; and 325 in Buda, according to the San Marcos Mercury.

In San Marcos, the estimated value of new single-family residential totaled about $38 million and $44.5 million in Kyle.

New single- and two-family residential construction between January 1, 2014 and September 30, 2014 is detailed below.

Top Subdivisions in San Marcos, Kyle and Buda
Subdivision City 2014
Blanco Vista San Marcos 125 $19,915,610
Garlic Creek Buda 89 -
Waterleaf Kyle 84 $10,054,288
Post Oak Kyle 80 $6,754,125
Plum Creek Kyle 50 $6,289,705
Whispering Hollow Buda 49 -
Elm Grove Buda 48 -
Stonefield Buda 48 -
Hometown Kyle 39 $5,316,408
Woodlands Park Kyle 39 $3,896,896
Total 950 $80,797,041

Read more at the San Marcos Mercury.

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