Condos in Dallas

More Inventory, More Opportunity in Dallas High-Rises

By Jon Anderson / August 3, 2020 / 1 Comment

We’ve all been glued to stories detailing how the real estate market has avoided doom and roared back to life as quickly as dentists (one needs open houses, the other open mouths). But all the reports of low inventory surround the single-family home market. I’ve yet to see a report that talks about the multi-family […]

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Rooms with a View – For Now: High-Rise Building Boom Could Change The Landscape

By Jon Anderson / May 15, 2015 / 4 Comments

One of the main drivers for purchasing in a high-rise is the view. A buyer walks in “Oooo-ing and cooo-ing” as they’re transfixed by panoramic views. Other minor problems sometimes fall away, subsumed by the cliché “million-dollar” view. Buyers must remember that while they’re sold on the view, their purchase actually stopped at the glass. […]

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Texas Condo Laws: TUCAn or TUCAn’t? Jon Anderson Breaks Down Condo Association Laws

By Jon Anderson / April 3, 2015 / 20 Comments

Let me caveat this by saying that, unlike a woman discussed in last week’s post,  I’m not a lawyer nor do I play one on TV. That said, I can read. Texas condominium associations formed after January 1, 1994 are governed by the Texas Uniform Condominium Act (TUCA) which falls under Chapter 82 of the […]

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