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
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
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
Builders are busy – and that’s putting it mildly. The North Texas market saw a 40% surge in new home starts in the first quarter of 2021. With a record
Sales of existing homes in the Dallas-Fort Worth metro jumped 10 percent in February 2018 from a year earlier, reaching a record high for the North Texas area.
According to a
The Dallas-Fort Worth area has long been a thriving housing market and it looks like it’s continuing to grow. While demand surges, home values in the DFW metro are experiencing
Real estate investors are showing greater interest in the Dallas market, as evidenced by the results of a recent survey.
The growing interest in area real estate is significant enough to push Dallas-Fort
Thinking of flipping houses in Big D? You might want to reconsider.
The Dallas real estate market is improving at such a rate, the benefits of flipping houses are starting to wane.
Last year, Trulia, Zillow’s online residential real estate site aimed at home buyers, renters, sellers, and real estate professionals in the United States, polled their audience and found 43% of