“In the third phase of the recession, the strongest three metros in Texas — Austin, Houston, and Dallas — have found their own respective engines of growth away from the federal government, especially in energy production and high tech.”

December 20th, 2011

Welcome home.

Last week, two reports again put Texas cities at the top of a national survey. Houston, Dallas, and McAllen were named among the 20 top-performing large U.S. metros, according to a survey out of the Brookings Institution that measures housing prices, employment and economic growth.