Marcus Hiles, carrying two of the top positions in Western Rim Property Services, asserts that it was the state laws that made Texas’ employment growth greater than the whole U.S. Texas has finished post-recession job recovery two years earlier than the whole country, and its pre-recession employment peak contain 1.3 million more jobs by January 2016. The state’s consumer confidence has been remarkable due to its consistently lower joblessness rate compared to the entire country (in April for instance, joblessness rate of Texas was 4.4 percent and U.S was 5 percent). Texas comes with a Consumer Confidence Index of 117.6 in May while U.S. only had 92.6 (CCI allows one to know the level of optimism that consumers reveal through their practices of saving and spending under a certain economy condition. Over the past three years, more than 5 billion dollars in tax cuts had powered the lively Texas economy, allowing the housing market to make some progress. It induced the number of single-family building permits to boost by 6 percent and the current houses’ year-over-year price by 5.9 percent.