The predictions for the housing market in 2022 in Greater Dallas look a lot like they did in 2021, with a few twists. There will still be more buyers than
Have Your Eye on a Luxury Home? Consider a Jumbo Loan.
Ready to buy that luxury home you’ve been eyeing, but not sure you want to tie up your liquid funds? With promising mortgage interest rates where they are, financing
Texas Cities Top the Charts for Best Places to Buy a Home
If you need any further proof that buying a home in Texas is a great investment, a recent analysis by personal-finance website WalletHub lists five of the six top best
1 in 3 Homes Sold in Texas Over the Last Decade Were in Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington Metro
Texas’ housing market news just gets bigger and better – especially in the four largest metro areas of Austin-Round Rock, Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington, Houston-The Woodlands-Sugarland, San Antonio-New Braunfels.
According to a recent
Seasoned Investors Turn to Dallas Homes for Increased Profit Potential
Wondering if you should enter the Dallas real estate market? Whether you want to dip your toes or jump right in to the rental property game, seasoned rental property investors
New Homes Aren’t Built Like They Used to in DFW (they’re built better)
Thanks to newer construction standards, building techniques, and better materials, new homes being built in Dallas-Fort Worth appear to be far superior to those built two decades ago.
Homes built between
Homeownership Among People of Color: Texas Ranks 11th
Homeownership has long been a pathway to financial freedom; it’s often regarded as an effective practice to build wealth. This is why increasing homeownership rates among people of color is
Rental Market Price Inflation & Homebuild Standstills
New home projects in the Greater Dallas area haven’t been without some challenges this year from supply chain disruptions, increased material prices, and labor shortages. And if you’re in the
Dallas-Fort Worth New Homes are a Hot Commodity. Ready to Build Yours?
In the Dallas-Fort Worth area, new homes are selling at a record pace, leaving pre-owned homes in the secondary. Much of that has to do with the fact that pre-owned
Offer Letters Have the Potential to Violate Fair Housing Laws
With multiple purchase offers being the norm these days in the ever-competitive housing market, it might be tempting for buyers to write a ‘love letter’ to the seller with an