Perched on a sprawling 1.57-acre lot above the shores of White Rock Lake sits this off-market offering you have to see to believe. The spirit of Tuscany is alive and well inside this stunning Mediterranean, where you can’t escape waterfront views even if you try, and why would you? Take in the natural beauty of the area from every vantage point, whether you’re basking by the pool or nestled next to the immaculate, floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace.
As we all know, a house is only as good as its smallest details, and builder Charles Travis made sure each one was absolutely pristine. With superb attention to light, water, and natural materials, there’s a lot to love about this lakefront stunner. Its expertly scaled interiors are warm, inviting and picture-perfect for both everyday life and the most formal of parties.
From staff reports
Although housing affordability is at an all-time low in Dallas, home price appreciation has decelerated recently, the latest report from the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas revealed.
The report, released March 14, also revealed that Dallas-Fort Worth employment grew by 2.5 percent in 2018.
Fathom Realty CEO Josh Harley (Photo courtesy Fathom Realty).
From staff reports
McKinney-based Fathom Realty announced last week that it would begin working towards taking the company public, saying it would file documents for an initial public offering with the Securities and Exchange Commission in the second quarter of 2019.
The cloud-based, 100 percent commission brokerage said it will submit a Form S-1 with the SEC to begin the process of publicly listing its common stock. (more…)
CandysDirt.com and Sub-Zero, Wolf, and Cove will host a panel discussion on innovation and disruption in the home building industry on March 26.
We talk a lot about disruption and innovation here at CandysDirt.com, largely in the realm of the real estate business. But we also know that the same dynamic takes place in the building and design world as well. Who are the disruptors and innovators in the building world? How do you build change into your business plan? What has changed in the past five years when it comes to energy efficiency and even what customers desire?
We’ll delve into all that and more in a forward-looking panel with some phenomenal builder experts on March 26, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. The folks at Sub-Zero, Wolf, and Cove partnered with CandysDirt to talk about innovation, as well as how their showroom can be an asset for builders, realtors, and designers who want to train staff about the latest appliances, or help clients visualize what their dream kitchen looks like.
A study of apartment rent growth over a five year period yielded what may be startling results to some — Arlington was in the top five cities in the nation when it came to rental increases in a five year period.
The report, which was released by ApartmentList.com, found that rents in Arlington are up 28.4 percent over the past five years, the fourth fastest growth rate over that period among the nation’s large cities.
The national index grew by just 13 percent in the same time span.
The Urban Land Institute of North Texas has announced that its prestigious 2019 Vision Award will go to Craig Hall, chairman and founder of Dallas-based HALL Group, during the fifth annual Impact Awards Gala on October 10.
The announcement of this year’s Vision Award honoree was made by ULI North Texas Chair John Brownlee of HFF at the organization’s annual Capital Markets program on Thursday, March 7.
“Without a doubt,” Brownlee noted, “Craig Hall exemplifies the highest qualities of leadership and entrepreneurship. His success in building an innovative, multi-faceted real estate company has contributed a great deal to the growth of North Texas. We couldn’t be more excited to honor Craig and his monumental career at our 2019 Impact Awards.” (more…)
The majority of sellers in 2019 are prepared to deal with a slower housing market, know they need an agent, but are still unclear on costs associated with selling a home, a new report revealed.
The report by Clever.com found that 65 percent of those surveyed were aware that 2019 might signal a slowdown in the market, and were prepared to wait longer for a good price versus selling their home quickly.
More than 60 percent of those surveyed said they wouldn’t feel comfortable handling the paperwork for a real estate transaction and would hire a Realtor, and half said they wouldn’t feel comfortable negotiating with buyers on their own. (more…)
Texas welcomed 524,511 new residents in 2017, and 230,118 of them found homes in the Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington Metropolitan Statistical Area, the latest Texas Relocation Report from Texas REALTORS® revealed.
The report, which was released on Valentine’s Day, analyzed migration data from the U.S. Census Bureau and U-Haul, found that Texas ranked second in the nation for relocation activity in 2017, and the DFW area was the spot most people relocated to.
“Texas remained a hotbed of relocation activity in 2017 due in part to our diverse job opportunities, record-breaking housing market and booming economy,” Tray Bates, 2019 chairman of Texas REALTORS®, said in a statement. “This is the fifth year in a row that Texas has gained more than 500,000 new residents from out of state and we anticipate that trend will continue in the coming years.” (more…)