Real Estate Prices in Texas Fall Back to $1.8 Million

New data released Wednesday shows that prices in Texas are back to a point where they are no longer affordable for many residents.

According to the latest U.S. Census Bureau report, the median income in Texas is $52,000 and the median household income is $70,000.

However, Texas residents have seen a drop in housing prices in recent years, as the cost of living has increased in the state and in other states. 

The Census Bureau released its report on the median annual income in the U.s. on Wednesday, which is a far cry from the record highs the state experienced in 2017.

The median income for a single person in the metro area is now $61,200, which was the lowest in the country in 2017, according to the report.

The report also found that the median monthly household income in Austin is now below $20,000, down from $24,000 in 2017 and $27,000 a year ago. 

However, the data did show that the number of homes sold rose slightly from March to April.

In April, the number was 12,946, the second highest month on record, according the Census Bureau.

A number of factors contributed to the decline in home sales.

First, a number of states passed restrictive laws that made it difficult for developers to build homes, limiting demand and forcing builders to find cheaper locations, such as the Rio Grande Valley.

In May, the U,S.

Supreme Court upheld a decision by a judge in Texas that allowed developers to construct their homes. 

In June, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that the unemployment rate in Texas fell to 6.3 percent, which it had been at the start of the year.

This was the second consecutive month that the jobless rate has fallen in Texas, according that data.

In June, Texas has seen a decrease in the number and the number in the metropolitan area.

In the Austin-Bergstrom International Airport, the unemployment fell from 5.9 percent to 4.7 percent, according data from the U and Census Bureau published in July. 

On Wednesday, the state Department of Transportation reported that a record 7 million people were able to get to work in the first two weeks of July, up from 7.6 million in June.

In July, the total number of registered drivers in the Austin area increased from 15,732 to 16,847, the most in the nation.

The number of workers without a job in Austin, however, rose from 6,567 to 6,611, according Statistics Texas. 

For the first time since 2013, the Texas economy posted an unemployment rate above 6 percent in June, according new data released on Wednesday. 

Texas has had a labor shortage since the start, and the state is trying to find ways to help people gain work.

In 2016, Texas passed a bill called the Lone Star Worker Program, which allows people who are jobless or looking for work to qualify for Medicaid and food stamps, according Toepfeler.

The law also helps to help Texans who lose their jobs.