About 7 percent of Millennial renters in the Dallas metro area expect to rent forever, America’s priciest real estate markets revealed, an architectural lecture is set for Dec. 3, and a $1.5 billion mixed-use development is underway in Lewisville, all in this week’s roundup of real estate news.

 

About 7 percent of Millennial renters in the Dallas metro area expect to rent forever, America’s priciest real estate markets revealed, an architectural lecture is set for Dec. 3, and a $1.5 billion mixed-use development is underway in Lewisville, all in this week’s roundup of real estate news.

Small Percentage Of Dallas Millennial Renters Plan To Never Own A Home

Apartment List recently studied Millennials and their plans for homeownership, finding that many are content with life as a renter.

Olyvia Ruhlmann of Apartment List released the following findings, specific to the Dallas area:

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A recent report shows Dallas taking a top spot in the best cities for senior citizens to live, retail leasing continues an upward trend, and Dallas 20-somethings are more likely to live with their parents than a spouse, all in this week’s roundup of real estate news.

A recent report shows Dallas taking a top spot in the best cities for senior citizens to live, retail leasing continues an upward trend, and Dallas 20-somethings are more likely to live with their parents than a spouse, all in this week’s roundup of real estate news.

Senior Citizens Choose Dallas As A Favorite Place To Live

Regardless of income, there are plenty of residential options in Dallas.

There are traditional and modern homes, mansions and studio apartments, furnished high-rise rentals and starter homes with space to build an in-ground pool.

There are, in fact, 185 senior living options in the Dallas area, according to a recent report issued by Caring.com.

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