Is Now a Good Time to Rent in D-FW? Let’s Check the Latest Data

By Tommy Cummings / October 13, 2020 / 0 Comments

Despite predictions of widespread evictions because of economic distress caused by the pandemic, the apartment industry is weathering the storm, especially in the Dallas-Fort Worth market. So far, residents are making their rent payments on time. More than 87 percent of D-FW apartment households made a full or partial rent payment on time, according to […]

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You’ll Pay More for Rent in Grapevine, Frisco

By Tommy Cummings / September 14, 2020 / 0 Comments

Grapevine has plenty of attractions. It has Grapevine Lake, a historic downtown, the nearby Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, the neighboring industrious planned community of Las Colinas, and it surrounds the Texas 114/121 freeway corridor that puts the area squarely between Dallas and Fort Worth. Apartment properties make these pitches to lure potential renters. But, if […]

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Democracy Thrives in Vibrant, Liberal Areas Because Empathy is Higher

By Jon Anderson / July 11, 2019 / 0 Comments

Have you ever wondered why Texas cities are more liberal than outlying areas?  It’s not a Texas thing. Large urban environments are typically more ideologically liberal around the globe. Like a blast zone, liberal ideals diminish the further away you get from an urban environment.  But why?  The clichés of vibrancy, higher average education, and […]

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Almost 40 Percent of Dallas Apartment Hunters Hail From Elsewhere

By Contributor / June 23, 2019 / 0 Comments

By Sania Tran Apartment List According to a new report published by Apartment List, Dallas comes in 11th in the ranking of metropolitan areas that are attracting the most renters from elsewhere. The ranking was determined based on the share of inbound searches coming from outside the metro — 39.4 percent of those looking for […]

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Nation, Dallas Sees Rise in Number of High-Income Renters

By Bethany Erickson / March 17, 2019 / 1 Comment

More and more people are choosing to rent, economists are finding, but Apartment List found in a recent study that one particular — and somewhat surprising — segment of the rental market is booming: high-income renters. The report deems those with six-figure incomes as high-income renters, and a growing number in this income bracket are […]

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Real Estate News: Dallas Apartments Have Few Vacancies, But Significant Rent Growth

By Bethany Erickson / December 17, 2018 / 0 Comments

How did Dallas’s rent growth stack up to the rest of the major metros in the state? Are we in a bubble? We look at this and more in this week’s roundup of real estate news. RENTS PREDICTED TO GROW IN DALLAS IN 2019 Most of the apartments in Dallas are occupied, and rent growth […]

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