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Texas Luxury Home Sales Up 19.1% in 2017


The median price for Texas luxury homes in the first 10 months of 2017 remained unchanged year-over-year at $1,350,000. The number of Texas homes sold for $1 million or higher jumped 19.1% and topped $7.5 billion in total sales dollar volume in 2017 ...


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