Texas is growing more than any other state, says Texas State Demographer Lloyd Potter, and half of the growth is from people moving to Texas from elsewhere, mainly California, New York, Illinois and Florida. And while Texas “has sort of a wild west persona,” it in fact is growing much more urban, Potter says. A report by the Texas Demographic Center projects that Texas’ population is increasingly concentrated in a handful of metro areas, and that the metropolitan population will double in the 40 years after 2010. Houston, Texas’s largest city, is one of the most ethnically and racially diverse cities in the nation and like the next three biggest cities in the state – San Antonio, Dallas and Austin – it trends Democratic.
How prosecutors tied a brazen murder in an upscale Dallas suburb to one of Mexico’s most violent criminal organizations. https://www.texasmonthly.com/articles/the-cartel-next-door
Chinese buyers have been the top foreign buyers in both units and dollar volume of residential housing for six years straight, according to the National Association of Realtors, and now they expanding to new, lower […]
It’s no hyperloop, but construction of a 200-mile-per-hour bullet train from Houston to Dallas could begin as early as next year. Add in the recently announced Amtrak partnership that will cover last-mile trips and tie […]