The Houston rental apartment market is rebounding after years of pain caused by overbuilding and the weak energy sector.
In Houston, closings on luxury homes fell sharply after the hurricane, but listing and sale prices dipped only slightly after the storm.
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Congress has approved more than $50 billion in disaster recovery funding from the Community Development Block Grant program since 1993.
Hurricane Harvey could have a more destructive impact on the mortgage market in Texas than Katrina did on the Gulf Coast, according to a report.