The economy has certainly experienced several bumps in recent years, but Williamson County, Texas is making strides in job and wage growth. The Wall Street Journal recently reported U.S. Department of Labor findings that rank Williamson County #11 for wage growth among the nation’s 342 largest counties.
The report focuses on job and wage growth from June 2014 to June 2015. During that period, Williamson County experienced a 5.8% increase in average weekly wages to hit $924 in the second quarter of 2015. The county also saw a 4.1% increase in job compared to a 2% increase nationwide. Williamson County is the top Texas county for wage growth and 7th in Texas for job growth.
With job and wage growth comes a demand for housing. From Cedar Park and Georgetown to Leander and Liberty Hill, Drees Custom Homes is building in eight Williamson County neighborhoods. Our homes range from the low $400s to the high $500s in communities such as Clearwater Ranch, Bryson, The Enclave at Brushy Creek, and Cimarron Hills. Learn more about our Williamson County communities and our award-winning floor plans. You could also choose to build in your own favorite Williamson County location.