Official: Population growth, demographic changes expected to affect housing in Williamson County
Williamson County’s population is expected to reach almost 2 million by 2050, and local Realtors recently heard how that and other factors may affect local and state housing. James Gaines, chief economist with the Texas A&M Real Estate Center, spoke with Williamson County Association of Realtors Thursday to give them a midyear economic outlook. According to Gaines, Williamson County is expected to continue to see population growth through at least 2050, going from a population of about 600,000 today to almost 2 million people by 2050.
Source: Community Impact- Round Rock