The Dallas–Fort Worth economy expanded at a modest pace. Employment growth was subdued in November, with DFW adding jobs at the slowest pace in seven months. Overall, the DFW economy remains solid, with 2 percent annualized job growth year to date (nearly 68,000 jobs). Business-cycle indexes for both metros pointed to continued expansion. Home sales fell for the second straight month in November, and inventory ticked up but remains tight. House price appreciation has moderated, particularly in Dallas.
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