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In May 2023, the Texas Supreme Court concluded that the subsequent buyer was bound by the arbitration clause in the original purchase agreement.
After the economy’s initial COVID shutdown in early 2020, over one million Baby Boomers, many with decades of work experience, permanently left the workforce.
Texas has highest number of single family permits in 2023. Affordability is a concern. But there is still room for growth.
Remodeling activity and new home designs gravitate toward more transitional styles. 2024 home styles have a richer color palate and more details.
Regulation, Taxes, OSHA Penalties, Building Codes…the cost of doing business in the homebuilding industry
Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston, San Antonio and Austin continue to draw interest from developers and investors.
Among the neighborhoods making RCLCO’slist of the 50 top-selling neighborhoods in the nation for 2023, 21 of the 50 are located in Texas
25- to 44-year-olds bought roughly 60% of homes that sold over the last several years. Housing affordability is a top concern for Millennials and Gen-Zs.
Housing Affordability…Labor Shortages, Supply Chain, New Laws, Property Tax Relief all made the headlines.
Beverly speaks as a guest on the podcasts of others to promote her business and philosophies about life, often speaking of the homebuiding industry.
Attorney Matthew Motes warns builder-supplier disputes are on the rise due. Transition problems from mergers and buy-outs are a primary reason why.
The majority concurs that we’re unlikely to see anything that meaningfully affects housing affordability in the near future.
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