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We Buy Houses in Texas

Sell Your House Fast in Texas

If you’ve been having trouble finding a buyer for your Texas home, We Buy Ugly Houses® and HomeVestors can help. We’ve been buying houses all over Texas and have helped over 100,000 owners nationwide sell their unwanted homes quickly and easily.

HomeVestors is the #1 home buyer in Texas for a good reason. We cover most, if not all, closing costs and get you paid in as few as 30 days, sometimes even faster. Our local We Buy Ugly Houses agents are ready to make an offer on your home no matter what condition it’s in. There’s no need for costly repairs or remodeling, we’ll buy your house as-is.

If you’ve been struggling to sell your home in Texas for any reason, give us a call at 866-200-6475 for a no-obligation cash offer on your home or click on a location below to submit a contact form.

Texas Housing Stats

With the most recent US Census counting the Texas population at nearly 29 million, things are indeed bigger in Texas. In early 2020, Texas on average had 3.2 months of inventory, housing sales were up 2.3% month over month, and the average days on market was 58 days. Texas had a strong housing market somewhat limited by supply of homes under $300,000. Texas led the nation with 17% of the single home construction permits of the total in the US with Houston leading those totals. Austin and Dallas were not far behind, followed by San Antonio and Ft. Worth.

The 3.2 months of inventory is a record low, with 6 months being considered a “balanced market.” The tightest months of inventory markets were Austin, followed by Ft. Worth at 1.7 and 2.3 respectively.

The Texas median home price in early 2020 was $249,100. The median price in Austin was $335,600, with Dallas clocking in at $297,500.

According to the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) nearly 50% of Texas spent 30% or more of their income on housing and utilities. The normal professions that are so burdened often include teachers, police officers, EMTs, military veterans, and the elderly.

(Stats courtesy of the Texas A&M Real Estate Center)