In a story published by RealtyTimes.com, Jacob Dymacek calls Texas an economic miracle. Even in the midst of a troubled international market, Texas continues to thrive.
Best-Cities.org agrees. In their analysis of the best performing cities across the nation in 2015, according to job growth and sustainability, Texas had 6 of the Top 50 cities on the list of Best Performing Large Cities and 7 of the Top 50 cities on the list of Best Performing Small Cities. Austin, Dallas-Plano-Irving, San Antonio-New Braunfels, Houston, El Paso, Houston-The Woodlands-Sugar Land, Fort Worth-Arlington, Odessa, Midland, San Angelo, Victoria, College Station, Longview, and Tyler all made the cut.
Dymacek writes, “According to experts, livestock and agriculture production, oil, natural gas and modern technologies are the main areas, in which Texas prospers so much. Whereas agriculture, oil and natural gas have been its life line for many years, the new and main focus is to attract investors and hi-tech companies. It just shows how well can Texas government adjust to the current market.”
Of course, those who already live in Texas have noticed the current trends in business and real estate – the Texas market seems to be having its moment in the sun.