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​​MIDLAND – Local unemployment continued trending downward last month​​ as the pandemic and oil downturn began to ease.  

The unemployment rate fell from 9.5 percent in July to 8.1 percent in August. However, the rate remains well above the 2.3 percent recorded last year​.

The civilian labor force increased by 4,000 over the month to 106,263 people. However, that number is still 10,500 below last year's levels.

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​​​HOUSTON – Coachlite Mobile Home Park, a 42-site manufactured hous​​ing community, h​as been sold.

The 113,692 sf property is at 7114 Dixie​ Dr. 

Marcus & Millichap arranged the sale. 

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​​​HOUSTON – Coachlite Mobile Home Park, a 42-site manufactured hous​​ing community, h​as been sold.

The 113,692 sf property is at 7114 Dixie​ Dr. 

Marcus & Millichap arranged the sale. 

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​SEGUIN – TFE 321 LLC has acquired 10Forty8 Modern Living, a 128-unit apartment community at 1048 Country Club Dr. 

Built in 1973, the property has one- to three-bedroom units. Monthly rents range from $835 to $​1,125.

Amenities include a pool, fitness center, outdoor grilling area, and laundry facilities. 

Colliers Mortgage and Old Capital Lender arranged the Fannie Mae acquisition loan.​

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​AUSTIN – ​​With Texas’ unemployment rate falling to 6.8 percent, Texas will no longer have access to additional unemployment insurance benefits that would have kicked in after benefits under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act are exhausted. 

Provisions under the CARES Act will continue until Dec. 26, 2020.

The High Unemployment Period (HUP) is an extension for states with unemployment rates over 8 percent for over three months as determined by the U.S. Department of Labor. Texas became eligible for HUP benefits in June, but lost eligibility as the unemployment rate fell below that threshold in August.​​​

For people currently receiving unemployment benefits, nothing changes.

Because extended benefits had not been exhausted, Texans were typically not receiving HUP. In special circumstances, some persons’ extended benefits may have been exhausted early, in which case HUP would apply.

For traditional benefits recipients (up to 52 weeks), the following benefits timelines still apply: 

  • Regular unemployment – Up to 26 weeks.

  • Pandemic Emergency Unemployment Compensation – Up to 13 additional weeks.

  • Extended benefits – Up to 13 additional weeks.

Workers not elgible for traditional benefits (self employed, gig workers, etc.) can still receive up to 39 weeks of Pandemic Unemployment Assistance.

For more information on eligibility requirements, available benefits and questions about the unemployment process, visit the Texas Workforce Commission's COVID-19 FAQ page.

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