It’s difficult to predict what will happen to the residential real estate market in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, but 2019 was a good year in Galveston County by all indicators.

“We had a very lucrative 2018, a wonderful bounce back after Hurricane Harvey, and 2019 pretty much went back to a steady sales year,” said Pamela Gabriel, a real estate agent for Sand ‘N Sea Properties on Galveston Island.

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