As the markets recover, some local real estate buyers are starting to cash in.

They are making big money selling homes in the suburbs, such as in Katy and Katyland.

Others are selling homes on the city’s outskirts, such the Sunset district.

And the sale of houses on a smaller scale are making a splash in places like the Houston area, such As part of a deal with the city, some of these buyers are selling their homes to people in the area.

Here’s a look at what’s going on in the Houston market, according to a recent survey by RealTripAdvisor.

Some areas have seen strong growth, while others have seen declines.

RealTripAgvisor surveyed more than 1,000 Houstonians.

We asked them to rank the best real estate markets in the country, based on the percentage of buyers who said they were actively looking for a home.

Houston was ranked #3.

It was followed by New Orleans, San Diego and Phoenix.

The survey found that Houston’s housing market is a big draw for many buyers, and that this is not just a Houston phenomenon.

This is what the Houston real estate boom looks like, according the survey.

In fact, Houston is actually one of the fastest growing markets in America.

We are getting about two million new home sales a year, which is up nearly 20 percent from last year, and the city has seen a huge uptick in the number of homes being bought for less than $400,000.

The median price for a Houston home in 2016 was $323,000, up more than 20 percent.

The number of new listings for that same price is up 30 percent.

We also found that a number of Houston-area cities are seeing strong growth in their home prices.

In some cases, this has driven people to move to the suburbs.

For example, Katy was the #1 city in the nation for new home listings in 2017, up almost 60 percent from 2016.

Katy’s housing boom is also seeing a boost in sales in other parts of the state.

The Houston-Galveston area saw a record-high number of home sales in 2017.