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A quick follow-up: Austin growth

Big challenges require big solutions, but I believe we can get this done. Continue reading

First-half 2019 Market Performance

A few weeks ago I promised to update my market dashboard through June. I’ll add some comments later about the dashboard and about what how our market behaved January-June 2019. To start, here are the primary metrics I have watched for many years: The first chart isn’t as complicated as it looks. The orange line … Continue reading

Related news …

Interesting market views from Inman and the Austin American-Statesman … Continue reading

Market Growth Continues

Ultimately, all market cycles turn, and this one will too, but job and population growth remain strong in the Austin area, supporting continuing strength in residential real estate.  We might be seeing some resistance, though. Continue reading

Market Dashboard – 2017 recap

Expect inventory constraints to remain with us in 2018, and for high demand to continue.  Some geographic areas and price ranges will experience this differently, but it looks like another wild ride ahead this year. Continue reading

More on Housing Supply and New Construction

If all new Austinites purchased single family homes from 2006 to 2017, then we would have been more than 81,000 units under-supplied! Continue reading

Housing supply in Austin?

Calendar year 2017 was unusual — mostly for its similarity to the previous few years in limited residential real estate inventories.  It was the fifth year in a row with housing supply at or below half of what most market economists consider “normal” or “balanced.”  Austinites have come to understand “seller’s market” in a very … Continue reading