The number of jobs in Texas has grown by a truly impressive 31.5% since 1995, compared with just 12% nationwide and small businesses should be given credit for 800,000 new jobs since 2002! And we're not just talking about minimum wage jobs. No. We're talking greater income positions: the Lone Star State, with 8% of the U.S. population, created nearly a third of the country's highest-paying positions. Texas also added 49,000 positions paying 125% to 150% of the U.S. average; the rest of the country lost 74,000 jobs in that category.
So what do higher paying jobs mean for the housing industry? Higher income and stability means an uptick in the housing market... a market that is already fast paced and competitive. Now's the time to see what all the fuss is about and get in on real estate. Whether you're a first time buyer, an empty nester, re-entering the housing market or an investor: there is something for everyone. Call me & we'll make it happen!
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