Apparently it takes more than a pandemic to slow down Texas home sales. Despite the global spread of COVID-19 and the disease’s tragic effects, the real estate industry in the
Sales prices for homes in the Dallas-Fort Worth area reached a new high in March.
According to a recent article from DallasNews.com, a division of The Dallas Morning News, the median
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
Texas home sales reached a new high in the first quarter of 2017, despite rising prices.
According to a recent report from The Texas Association of Realtors, home sales in the Lone
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
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.
The Texas Association of REALTORS® recently released their annual housing report for 2016, which showed ample growth in Texas housing demand among several types of property. According to the 2016
Home sales in Houston dropped below last year’s figures; however, real estate prices in Space City continued to move up in the third quarter, according to a recent report.
Move over Big D, because ATX is now the top U.S. real estate market – at least, according to the latest report from the Urban Land Institute and PricewaterhouseCoopers.
So you’ve found your dream house, you’ve worked with your lender, your mortgage interest rates are locked in for 30 days, your offer was accepted. Life is grand. Or is