Another Booming Real Estate Market In Texas?

Looks like we can add another Texas city to the booming real estate market list!

We all know about Dallas and Austin. However, there is another Texas city that is growing at a pace that it deserves to be considered for inclusion in the list of booming real estate markets. We will take a quick look at this city, check out some home prices and compare them to rents and see if a quick pass of the data indicates it is worth looking at for investing in a rental.

We will also share some new information regarding debt. I think it is always smart to keep up to date on what is going on with debt since before the last downturn, there was an awful lot of debt being held by folks that contributed to foreclosures and bankruptcies of 2006-2008.

Finally, I came across a great article relating to the mortgage premium insurance issue we talked about a while back. I will mention it and include a link to the article in the show notes for todays show.

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