David Maez

Vivo Realty Group Launches Subscription-Based Brokerage Services Model

By Joanna England / June 15, 2018 / 0 Comments

As members of our editorial team cover the annual National Association of Real Estate Editors conference, a recurring theme is the transformation of the traditional real estate brokerage. The existing model, industry disruptors say, no longer serves the individual agent.  Locally, more and more brokerages are touting their digital assets, using social media and mobile […]

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Now a Major Real Estate Market Force, More Milliennials Make Move to Suburbs

By Joanna England / March 19, 2018 / 2 Comments

NAR’s recent generational survey uncovered some really interesting trends. For starters, more and more Millennials are eschewing urban life and heading for the burbs, where they can afford to buy a house. Though Millennials contributed the largest share of home buyers in 2017 at 36 percent, a shortage of single-family construction has kept aspiring homebuyers […]

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Yes, Virginia, Your Holiday Shopping Can Include a House

By Bethany Erickson / November 21, 2017 / 0 Comments
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Why would anyone want to buy or sell a house during the holiday season? Who in their right mind would want to pack and move in the middle of all those Christmas parties, family gatherings, and other assorted holiday commitments? Turns out, plenty of people like to take advantage of a traditionally slower period to […]

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Custom Contemporary in Grand Prairie Offers Luxury Upgrades, Affordable Price

By Joanna England / August 3, 2017 / 0 Comments

As more and more people hunt for affordable new construction in North Texas, and as more and more builders look for the right lots to build, once-overlooked suburbs are starting to shine. Take the Midcities’ own Grand Prairie for instance. That’s where you’ll find this great transitional design with contemporary flair built by CAVSO Homes […]

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Fort Worth, Dallas Lead Nation In 2016 Rent Increases, No Relief In Sight, Say Experts

By Leah Shafer / January 9, 2017 / 4 Comments

If it feels like you’re paying a lot for rent, you’re probably right: huge demand for DFW apartments in 2016, coupled with a shortage of supply, has pushed rents and building occupancy to record levels. DFW rent prices are now averaging almost $1,100 a month, according to MPF Research. Add to that a vacancy rate of […]

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New Real Estate Virtual Reality Company to Offer Immersive, Responsive Technology

By Leah Shafer / June 10, 2016 / 0 Comments

Virtual reality is a technology that’s gaining traction in the real estate marketplace. The idea is visionary: allow homebuyers to experience a property in an immersive, realistic way with their mobile devices or virtual reality headsets. This could have big implications for the luxury market, in particular, where Realtors have to work hard to differentiate their […]

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