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Monthly Review of the Texas EconomyMonthly Review of the Texas EconomyAli Anari2018-04-24T05:00:00Ztechnical-report
Texas Economy
​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​How does the Texas economy compare with the national one? This report looks at all the angles with a particular focus on employment and unemployment. It includes rankings of various industries by employment.

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Texas Border EconomyTexas Border EconomyJames P. Gaines, Luis Torres, Wesley Miller, and Bailey Cuadra2018-04-10T05:00:00Zresearch-article
Texas Economy

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​The economy along the Texas border differs from that in the rest of the state. Trade closely links the cities on both sides of the Rio Grande. This report discusses four major Texas metropolitan areas and their economic ties to Mexico.

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Outlook for the Texas EconomyOutlook for the Texas EconomyLuis Torres, Wesley Miller, and Bailey Cuadra2018-04-06T05:00:00Ztechnical-report
Texas Economy
​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​This monthly report offers an overview of the various sectors of the Texas economy, including housing, manufacturing, energy, employment, and trade.

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Texas Housing InsightTexas Housing InsightJames P. Gaines, Luis B. Torres, Wesley Miller, and Bailey Cuadra2018-03-28T05:00:00Ztechnical-report
Texas Economy

Supply-side obstacles menaced the Texas housing market as homebuilders, faced with rising input and labor costs, failed to keep pace with the state's economic and population growth. Housing sales fell 0.9 percent as supply shortages hindered growth.​

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Imperfect StormImperfect StormLuis B. Torres and Wesley Miller2018-03-06T06:00:00Ztierra-grande
Residential

​​​​Hurricane Harvey disproportionately affected northeast Houston where income levels are among the city's lowest. The immediate impact temporarily shocked housing sales and left supply-and-demand measures relatively unchanged.

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Getting Back on TrackGetting Back on TrackWhen Will Texas Housing Recover?Ali Anari2018-03-06T06:00:00Ztierra-grande
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​​​​​​​​An understanding of real estate market cycles can help market participants make more informed production and investment decisions. The Center's recent study shows housing markets are in the final stages of a recovery.

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Ebb and FlowEbb and FlowA Geographic Look at Houston's Stormy HistoryJoshua G. Roberson2018-03-06T06:00:00Ztierra-grande
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​​​​​While it's still too early to determine Hurricane Harvey's long-term impact on Houston's housing market, the city's history of flooding provides clues on what to expect.

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Housing Bubble's 10th Burst-DayHousing Bubble's 10th Burst-DayLuis B. Torres and Wesley Miller2018-02-27T06:00:00Zresearch-article
Texas Economy

​Ten years ago, the United States was in the midst of a subprime mortgage and ensuing housing crisis. The Texas housing market successfully weathered the Great Recession and the housing bubble burst. The reasons were many.

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Still Sparkling After HarveyStill Sparkling After HarveyHarold D. Hunt and Clare Losey2018-02-26T06:00:00Ztierra-grande
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​​​​​​Within the Corpus Christi MSA, about 86,000 households have registered for help from FEMA since Hurricane Harvey. Around 71.5 percent of those reported home damage from the storm. Although homebuying activity fell after the storm, prices have remained mostly unchanged. 

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Houston HousingHouston HousingWeathering a Challenging YearJoshua G. Roberson2018-02-21T06:00:00Zresearch-article
Residential

​​​Despite the challenges Houston faces in the wake of Hurricane Harvey, the city’s housing market finished 2017 with overall increases in existing home sales, home prices, and new home construction.

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