A report found three of the top five metropolitan areas for middle-income earners were in Texas.
Between 2010 and 2020, there were 6.3 million new homeowners in the U.S. Of those homeowners, almost 900,000 were middle-class earners, according to a report from the National Association of Realtors. The report found three of the top five metropolitan areas for middle-income earners were in Texas.
Overall, the Austin-Round Rock metro area came in as the second-best market, with the addition of more than 63,000 middle-class homeowners. Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington was fourth with more than 53,000 homeowners added, with Houston-The Woodlands-Sugar Land right behind with the addition of more than 52,000 homeowners.