If you're involved in real estate in the great state of Texas - buyer, seller, investor or practitioner - especially if you're involved statewide, you may often find yourself looking for good economic information about the metro areas of the state to provide a foundation for making decisions that affect your livelihood as well as that of others.
Now, you can go hire an expensive specialist to do in depth research for you and customize that research down to a "t," and your enterprise may require that; but, if you want a good start, look into the reports provided for free by the Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University.
The Center features 25 Market Reports for Texas' Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSAs) listed below.
Each of these reports will give you more information than you probably want to know. But if you do want to know, here they are, compliments of the Real Estate Center and Texas real estate agents who pay for such things.
And, if you read them all, you could probably claim to be an expert on Texas, and be right!
To go directly to a report, click on the links below:
Illustration borrowed from the Market Reports section of the Real Estate Center's website