Best cities for millennials

Get Used to Renting: Homes Under $200K Extinct in DFW, Hollywood Hits Heights

By Candy Evans / April 26, 2016 / 1 Comment

Is Dallas becoming LA? We have been harping on this for quite some time, but now the mainstream media seems to have taken a whiff of real estate smelling salts. First-time homebuyers (who don’t get lump sum down payment help from Mom and Dad) are out of luck finding affordable homes and will continue to […]

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#CNU23 Day 1: Making a City, The Millennial Market, And 4 DFW Neighborhoods

By Amanda Popken / April 30, 2015 / 2 Comments

CNU’s 23rd Annual Congress in Dallas this week has been described as a gathering of city designers who’ve all “seen the same UFO” – they all seem to share this experience of being looked at like they’re crazy when they begin explaining their practice of city design. Yet, to me many of these ideas seem a […]

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Jed Kolko: Millennials Are NOT as Urban as We Think

By Candy Evans / April 8, 2015 / 2 Comments

Or as urban as we are led to believe. Jed Kolko is the chief economist at Trulia. I’ve heard him speak a few times, even had drinks with him at NAREE (National Assn of Real estate Editors) events. I mentioned this to him last time we talked — that I really wondered if the case […]

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San Antonio and Houston May be Popular With Millennials, but NAR Says Austin and Dallas are Better Values

By Joanna England / July 25, 2014 / 0 Comments

Where are all the first-time homebuyers? In their cozy rentals, that’s where! With a market almost completely devoid of newby buyers, and the rental market being as competitive as it is (just ask my friend looking for a single-family home in East Dallas!), and prices going up across all segments, it’s just hard to find […]

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Where do Millennials Want to Live? Austin, D/FW, and Houston Make Top 25 Cities For Ages 25-34

By Joanna England / April 15, 2014 / 0 Comments

Being a Millennial, I think there’s a lot of truth in this listicle from Niche.com, offering insight in the top 25 cities where adults ages 25 – 34 want to live. Some of it is kind of cliche, including New York (Brooklyn, natch) scoring a place at No. 1 , but other spots are accurate […]

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