Houston Airport System helping to boost area’s economy

Home sales may rise in the Houston area if HAS continues to hire more workers, in turn allowing more residents to afford properties.Roughly $27 billion was put into the Houston economy by the Houston Airport System in 2010, with hundreds of thousands of jobs created through HAS, a report by Aviation News Today states.According to the source, a study reveals HAS was responsible for 230,000 jobs in the Houston area last year, the majority of which were related to George Bush Intercontinental Airport.”As the results indicate, our diverse system of airports remain a driving force in Houston's regional economy and will provide a solid foundation for future economic growth and prosperity,” said Houston Airport System director Mario Diaz.This news follows the release of findings from the Associated General Contractors of America, which show that in the last year, no other U.S. metro added more construction jobs than Houston.Add to these factors that mortgage interest rates have hit record lows, and area homebuyers may find the fourth quarter of 2011 to be a prime time to secure loans and purchase Houston homes for sale.Courtesy of 2M Realty News

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