Texas Real Estate Trends

Keep up to date with all things real estate in the lone star state and find out what is trending to develop and grow in your real estate career.

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Which metro areas are the top housing markets for 2024? Spoiler alert: after a slow couple of years, California real estate is poised for a comeback!
Being an entrepreneur is freeing, but you'll have to find health insurance coverage on your own. Here are 5 ways real estate agents can earn benefits.
Is a light fixture considered real property or personal property? Is it automatically included in the sale of a home or would the sellers take it with them to their new home?
For any resident of the San Antonio metro area looking for a new career path, here’s everything you need to know about getting your real estate license in San Antonio.
Getting your real estate license in Houston opens the doors to a fulfilling career path. Here’s what you need to know about getting your license in the Houston area.
Getting your real estate license in El Paso is quick and easy compared to entering other professional fields. Here’s everything you need to know.
The Austin metro area continues to be a hot real estate market. Want a piece of the action? Aceable Agent offers TREC-approved online Texas real estate courses.
Thinking about getting your real estate license in the Waco metro area? Aceable Agent has you covered with TREC-approved pre-licensing real estate courses.
How will changes to the U.S. economy impact Houston’s real estate market? Here are some important facts you need to know.
The type of brokerage you choose can make a big difference in your real estate career. Learn the differences so you can make the best decision.
What's changing in the Texas real estate market and where are the fastest-growing cities? We've got the answers

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