Texas Housing InsightTexas Housing InsightLuis B. Torres, Wesley Miller, Paige Silva, and Jacob Straus2021-01-13T06:00:00Z

​Total Texas housing sales stabilized in November following record-setting levels the previous month. Building permits and housing starts normalized after months of strong activity.​

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COVID-19 Impact Projections on Texas' EconomyCOVID-19 Impact Projections on Texas' EconomyLuis B. Torres2021-01-13T06:00:00Z

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​The Center's economic indicator can help forecast changes in the Texas economy resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic.

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2021 Texas Housing & Economic Outlook2021 Texas Housing & Economic OutlookResearch Staff2021-01-07T06:00:00Z
​​​​COVID-19 hit the state and national economies hard in 2020, and Texas continues to feel its impact. What's in store for the state's housing, commercial, and land markets in 2021? Texas Real Estate Research Center economists share their projections.

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Texas Quarterly Commercial ReportTexas Quarterly Commercial ReportJames P. Gaines, Luis B. Torres, Harold D. Hunt, Kristina Richter, Garret Newman, and Caleb Smoot2020-12-21T06:00:00Z

​​​​​​​​​​This quarterly report summarizes key economic indicators that help discern commercial real estate trends in Austin, Dallas-Fort Worth, Houston, and San Antonio.

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Monthly Review of the Texas EconomyMonthly Review of the Texas EconomyAli Anari2020-12-21T06:00:00Z
​T​he Texas economy lost 474,200 nonagricultural jobs from November 2019 to November 2020, an annual decline of 3.7 percent, smaller than the nation’s employment decline of 6.1 percent​.

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Texas Border EconomyTexas Border EconomyJames P. Gaines, Luis B. Torres, Wesley Miller, Paige Silva, and Griffin Carter2020-12-21T06:00:00Z

Economic activity remained sluggish along the Texas-Mexico border during October as payrolls contracted in the Rio Grande Valley.​

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Outlook for the Texas EconomyOutlook for the Texas EconomyLuis Torres, Wesley Miller, Paige Silva, and Griffin Carter2020-12-21T06:00:00ZTexas' economy continued to rally in October, recouping 118,100 jobs, more than half of which were in the professional/business services or leisure/hospitality sectors. 

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Texas Quarterly Apartment ReportTexas Quarterly Apartment ReportJames P. Gaines, Luis B. Torres, Harold D. Hunt, Kristina Richter, Caleb Smoot, Samuel Woolsey, and Garret Newman2020-12-08T06:00:00Z

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​The Center's quarterly report helps discern apartment real estate trends in the four major metros.​

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2020 Texas Employment Data Revision Highlights2020 Texas Employment Data Revision HighlightsAli Anari2020-04-09T05:00:00Z

​​​The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics and the Texas Workforce Commission have revised 2019 employment data to improve accuracy and quality of the data. This article compares 2018-19 employment growth rate data from before and after the revisions.

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2020 Texas Housing & Economic Outlook2020 Texas Housing & Economic OutlookReal Estate Center Research Staff2019-12-10T06:00:00Z

​​What will Texas' general economy and housing, commercial, and land markets look like in 2020? Our team of economists studied the data and made their projections. Read what they had to say in this exclusive report.​

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