Texas improved from the recession with job increases two years sooner than the rest of the nation. By January 2016 1.3 million jobs had been established since the employment peak before the recession. Marcus Hiles, knowledgeable property developer in the state, notes that the Texas Consumer Confidence Index (CCI), that calculates fiscal optimism through saving and spending habits is seeing significant gains over the rest of the country. The increase in the economic stability in the lone star state has resulted in a dramatic rise in housing sales and local communities. The cost of real estate went up by 5.9 percent over previous years. Read More: http://markets.ask.com/ask/news/read/32357697

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