The Housing Market

This category pertains to the past, present, and possible future of the housing market within the United States. Keep up to date on potential market changes so you know when you should act on listing or buying a home.

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38 Stratton Lane, San Antonio, TX, 78257

38 Stratton Lane, San Antonio, TX 78257



106 River Mountain Drive, Boerne, TX 78006



530 Horseshoe Falls, Bandera, TX 78003

530 Horseshoe Falls, Bandera, TX 78006



101 and 111 Stieler Valley Road, Comfort, TX 78013 (Custom Home Site in Falling Water)

101 and 111 Stieler Valley Road, Comfort, TX 78006


90 Brooks Crossing, Boerne, TX 78006 (Presented by Legacy Broker Group)


7998 Highway 16,

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Texas has been kicked out of the number 1 spot on U-Haul’s annual growth report for the first time since 2015. 

Since 2015, Texas has been sitting in the no. 1 spot on U-Haul’s annual Growth State Report. They take this measurement by analyzing the amount of U-Haul trucks that leave and enter each state in the US (excluding Hawaii) each year. In the past few years, Texas has had around 50.4% of the one-way U-Haul traffic in the state result from arrivals. Now, Florida has passed that arrival percentage with 50.6% of its one-way traffic coming into the state.


How accurate is this measure?


Although Florida may have the most relative U-Haul traffic coming into the state, it was not the fastest-growing state in the country. In fact,

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The beginning of 2020 shows a promising outlook for the U.S. housing market.

Within the span of 7 years (2012 to 2019) 5.9 million homes were built within the United States. During that same time period, over 9.8 million new households were formed within the US.

Although some of these households have been able to purchase homes from families moving out of the US or from unoccupied homes, there is still a rather significant deficit between the number of homes built and the number of people needing homes within America.

Explaining The U.S. Housing Deficit

Why is the housing deficit so large though?

As expected, the main culprit seems to be the great recession in 2008. In the years leading up to the market crash, loans were being granted to

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