Distressed Sales

Do the Math: Home Prices Are Up in Texas According to CoreLogic

By Joanna England / December 3, 2014 / 0 Comments

I find it so interesting that just after our boy Troy Aikman upped the price on his Highland Park abode by 12 percent, CoreLogic released its HPI saying home prices are up 6.1 percent year-over-year from October 2013 and 0.5 percent from September to October 2014 nationwide. In Texas, though, our market is seeing record […]

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Texas is Off to a Rollicking Start in 2014, With Home Prices Hitting New Highs

By Joanna England / March 4, 2014 / 2 Comments

CoreLogic’s newest HPI report released today showed that Texas real estate professionals have good reason to blame their busy days on the hot market. Home prices in Texas are at new highs (yes, higher than pre-bubble manic market highs!), with January 2014 up 10.1 percent over a year ago, and home prices up 1.2 percent […]

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CoreLogic HPI Shows Year-Over-Year Home Price Growth For Houston, Dallas MSAs

By Joanna England / February 5, 2014 / 0 Comments

According to the most recent report from CoreLogic, the Dallas-Plano-Irving MSA ranked seventh in year-over-year home price growth among the 100 statistical areas the firm measures in its Housing Price Index with a 9.4 percent increase in prices (excluding distressed sales) through the year ending in December 2013.

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Dallas Real Estate Crystal Ball: Get Ready to Hear More Doom & Gloom Real Estate News

By Candy Evans / November 15, 2011 / 0 Comments

Here’s what you are going to hear on the national news: housing prices are reaching new lows, and foreclosures are on their way back up. Dr. James Gaines told us as much at the Home Builder’s Association presentation last week. But don’t down the Glen Livet: Texas foreclosures are not as bad as the rest […]

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What’s Your Home Worth Today? Probably What it Was in 2003 — Dallas Real Estate News

By Candy Evans / August 30, 2011 / 0 Comments

Your home value could be 4.3 % lower today than it was last year if you follow the guys over at Standard & Poor’s/Case-Shiller, which released their Home Price Index this week. That means home prices have been falling for an entire year in the 20 major U.S. cities that create this way over-quoted housing market indicator. Case-Shiller […]

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Now The Good News: North Texas Home Sales Up 18% in July. Bad News, Prices Down

By Candy Evans / August 9, 2011 / 0 Comments

I am almost afraid to write this for fear of a jinx: the North Texas housing market is doing well. Like, really well. Prices are down a smidge, but July volume was way up. And maybe, just maybe, I know when we found the bottom. Steve Brown reports today that pre-owned home sales were up 18 […]

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