DALLAS (Dallas Morning News) – Only four U.S. housing markets experienced an increase in value during January, and three of those were in Texas, according to a survey released Monday.
First American CoreLogic reports that Austin–Round Rock saw a 3.9 percent increase in housing market value.
Houston–Sugar Land–Baytown reported a 3.6 percent increase and Dallas-Plano-Irving home values jumped 1.5 percent.
Throughout Texas, home prices were up by just under 2 percent.
By comparison, home prices nationwide fell 11.6 percent in January compared to a year ago.