TEXAS - Helped by the energy sector boom, Texas home prices have regained all the value lost during the recession and housing crash, according to a new report by CoreLogic Inc.
Texas joins Oklahoma, South Dakota and Nebraska as the three U.S. states where home prices are now rising above pre recession levels, according to the new report.
On average, home prices in U.S. states are 14.2 percent below where they were before the housing market decline.
North Texas home prices have risen to a record high $185,820 median price, according to data from real estate agent sales.
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