For the longest time, even prior to the pandemic, millennials – the age group between 25 and 40 – put off buying a home because they were burdened with student
The pandemic landscape is never short on surprises. And if you are a renter or landlord, the back and forth on eviction moratoriums may have left you confused.
At the beginning
Rising materials costs, supply chain issues, and labor shortages have builders rising to the challenge to meet demand, but the industry has made a positive turn over the last couple
If you’ve been considering buying investment property in the Greater Dallas Metro area, rising home prices might be enough to make you change your mind. But that’s actually good news
We know Texas homebuyers are unique, but what sets them apart from the rest?
Each year, the Texas Homebuyers and Sellers Report released by Texas Realtors takes an in-depth look at
By now, most of us are used to riding out the highs and lows of the Texas real estate market – and it’s been mixed with both recently, specifically from
Too much demand and not enough houses…that’s been the state of the North Texas housing market for the past several months. The historically low inventory of homes for sale is
If you were in the market for a more relaxed lifestyle outside heavily populated Texas metros during the pandemic, you weren’t alone. In the first quarter of 2021, large acreage
Teachers are heroes, especially in a pandemic. Whether they had to navigate the complexities of remote teaching or design brand new lesson plans due to alternating in-class schedules, this year
There’s something so satisfying about buying a newly built house that no one else has ever called home. New homes offer a lot of benefits over existing construction like efficiency,