If you’re looking to buy a home in the Dallas area, you’re in good company. The U.S. Census Bureau finds that Dallas is one of America’s fastest-growing large cities. Here
2023 Housing Market Predictions
What will the housing market look like for the rest of 2023? According to experts, we should expect a buyers’ market, with welcome declines in both home prices and mortgage
Dallas Predicted to Top the Charts for 2023 Home Buying
2023 looks good for the Dallas real estate market, which is in America’s Top 3 alongside Raleigh and Atlanta. Dallas recently earned the high ranking from the National Association of
New Year, New Home: Your Guide to 2023 Home Ownership
As we kick off a new year, it’s helpful to take a look at where we’re at and at where we’re headed with respect to the housing market. Experts predict
December Mortgage Rates Dropped to 3-Month Lows
As we start the new year, exciting news in the mortgage world is upon us – rates have dropped about a full percentage point over the past few months! True,
DFW at the Top of the Charts for Real Estate Investments
Industry experts forecast that the Dallas-Fort Worth area is on target to be one of the country’s best real estate markets in 2023. Let’s look at why.
The recent Emerging Trends
Tips for Holiday Home Buying
Thinking of giving yourself the gift of a new home this holiday season? Let’s look at why that might be a merry good idea.
Less Competition is Coming to Town
What’s Better for My Scenario: A Fixed or an Adjustable Rate Mortgage?
It’s a question many potential homeowners face, and one we can help you answer here.
Long-Haulers Favor Fixed-Rate
If you intend to stay in a home for a long time – say
Buyers Seeing Less Competition for Homes for Sale
If you’re just going by news reports about interest rates, you might think that it’s all doom and gloom in today’s housing market. But there is a bright side for
Residential Construction Financing Demystified
Does building a home sound like something only other people do? Too complicated and too expensive to even consider? It’s not. With the right financing, construction can be a cost-effective