TEXAS - The pace of the economic and real estate recovery remains uneven across U.S. metropolitan-area markets, according to the annual Emerging Trends in Real Estate 2014 report by the Urban Land Institute.
The top five markets remain virtually unchanged with only some moderate reshuffling. San Francisco maintains the No. 1 position in the overall rankings.
Houston jumped three spots to No. 2 in 2014. Two Texas markets switched places in the top five from 2013. Dallas-Fort Worth jumped up four spots to No. 5, while Austin slipped three spots to a still-respectable No.7. Also, San Antonio ranked No. 14 overall.
See the full report at Urban Land Institute.
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