Dallas Rental Market

Renting in Dallas Got More Expensive in 2017

By Sydney Bennet / January 9, 2018 / 0 Comments

Dallas rents grew 2.2 percent in 2017, bringing the median two-bedroom rent to $1,100. It’s not just in Dallas proper where rents are on the rise – rents increased in 2017 in all the major Dallas metro cities including Fort Worth (4.3 percent), Arlington (6.6 percent), Plano (2.9 percent), Garland (2.7 percent), and Irving (3.8 […]

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What You Can Rent For $900 in The Dallas Area

By Sydney Bennet / October 2, 2017 / 0 Comments

Rents have been on the rise in Dallas, with the median one-bedroom apartment in Dallas proper renting for $890 a month. Throughout the Dallas area, some suburbs still offer lower prices compared to Dallas, while others are considerably more expensive. To give renters an idea of how far their rent check will go, we’re highlighting […]

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June Rent Reports: Rents May be Rising, but Dallas is Still More Affordable than Other Major Cities

By Heather Hunter / June 6, 2017 / 3 Comments

Rents are up again in June, according to various reports released last week. But the severity of the situation varies, depending on which report you read. Numbers released in the National Apartment Report by Abodo.com show median rents for one-bedroom apartments in Dallas rose 5.12 percent since last month. Five percent in a month! That’s […]

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Here are the Top Five Things Millennials Look for in a Rental Property

By Leah Shafer / September 12, 2016 / 0 Comments

We’ve all heard the sad story of Millennials living with their parents, drowning in student debt, and working at Starbucks with liberal arts degrees. While part of that image is accurate for a percentage of the U.S. population—a recent Pew Research Study showed 32 percent of Millennials do live with the folks—a larger percentage of those 18 to 34 years old […]

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Buy an Income Property with this Stately Craftsman Duplex in North Oak Cliff

By Leah Shafer / November 5, 2015 / 0 Comments

If the idea of having someone else help pay your mortgage is appealing, then consider the up-down duplex in North Oak Cliff at 1216 Kings Hwy. Listed for $375,000 by Kathy Hewitt and Steve Habgood with the Hewitt Habgood Group of Dave Perry-Miller Intown, this duplex has two 2-1 units. Both are currently rented out to […]

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What do Renters Really Want? Real Property Management Says Millennial Renters Want Great Locations, Updates, And Reasonable Prices

By Joanna England / April 9, 2014 / 2 Comments

High rates of student loan debt, increasing interest rates, and a still slow job market in most of America will send rental rates among Millennials sky high, resulting in 46.8 million American renters in 2015. That’s according to Real Property Management, who sent us this interesting infographic on the tastes and mindset of Millennial renters.

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