Posts Tagged ‘tx’


#24 – Market Predictions for San Antonio, TX from the American Monetary Association

San Antonio, TX: 16.1% Return on Investment (2011) San Antonio experienced value stabilization in 2009, coming off a 2007 value peak.  With fundamentally sound economics for the city, and a strong business environment, San Antonio is expected to resume its long-term trend of modest, steady value appreciation once a bottom in values is reached.  Our […]

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#13 – Market Predictions for Houston, TX from the American Monetary Association

Houston, TX: 19.1% Return on Investment (2011) Houston differs from many other markets in that its values were severely depressed during the 1990’s, because of low energy prices.  This led to a significant degree of value appreciation from 2000 through 2007, but a moderate contraction after the financial crisis that temporarily stabilized when the government […]

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#10 – Market Predictions for Dallas, TX from the American Monetary Association

Dallas, TX: 19.6% Return on Investment (2011) Dallas experienced a series of moderate appreciation followed by a gradual contraction that has resulted in much less price volatility than has been experienced by other market areas.  The area is expected to hit the bottom of its mild contraction in 2011 and then resume a course of […]

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#2 – Market Predictions for Austin, TX for 2011 from the American Monetary Association

Austin, TX: 11.5% Return on Investment (2011) Austin experienced a moderate value contraction after the financial collapse, but is now regressing back toward its long-term trend of modest single digit appreciation.  The economic fundamentals of Austin continue to be strong as it moves into 2011.  Currently, approximately 37% of listings in Austin are from foreclosures[1]. […]

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