Inventory

Local Market Monitor Report Echoes Optimism of Realtors, But We Want to Know What Area’s Aren’t Growing Like Crazy

By Joanna England / March 4, 2013 / 0 Comments

The Local Market Monitor Report for the Dallas, Plano, and Irving areas calls the real estate market “Low Risk.” This is echoing what we’ve heard since November — prices are up, homes are on the market for a 30 to 60 days, inventory is low. The report forecasts a 3 percent increase in home values […]

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Local Market Monitor Report Echoes Optimism of Realtors, But We Want to Know What Area's Aren't Growing Like Crazy

By Joanna England / March 4, 2013 / 7 Comments

The Local Market Monitor Report for the Dallas, Plano, and Irving areas calls the real estate market “Low Risk.” This is echoing what we’ve heard since November — prices are up, homes are on the market for a 30 to 60 days, inventory is low. The report forecasts a 3 percent increase in home values […]

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Ask Candy: Sell or Not to Sell, Now or in Fall?

By Candy Evans / February 19, 2013 / 0 Comments

A reader writes: Dear Candy: Thinking about selling my house. I have been told that inventory is incredibly low on my type of house: 6600 square feet, built in 07, area 11 (North Dallas), price probably $1.45 – $1.49. So the dilemma…. I really need to wait until this September so that I will have […]

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Hip Pockets Not in MLS: This Home Might Be Going On The Market –Twist My Arm!

By Candy Evans / July 25, 2012 / 0 Comments

I know that with inventory so low, it is mighty hard to find homes out there. The new thing is to find a home BEFORE it hits the market! If you are looking in Preston Hollow, very close to St. Mark’s — we are talking roll out of bed and you are in your classroom […]

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Why Home Prices Are Rebounding in Some Cities: Supply, Supply, Supply

By Candy Evans / June 21, 2012 / 0 Comments

Really nice piece here in the New York Times explains why we are beginning to see home prices creep — I said CREEP — upwards,  even in markets like Phoenix and Las Vegas: lack of inventory. It’s a very similar situation here in parts of Dallas, mostly the Park Cities, Preston Hollow, and Lakewood: hip […]

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State of the 2012 Dallas Real Estate Market: Projected 2% Decrease In Prices. Rentals? Sky’s The Limit

By Candy Evans / January 4, 2012 / 0 Comments

So. It’s 2012 and we have been at this for what now, three years? Our market first started feeling the pinch about 2008. Texas is like the caboose on a long train: we are the last to fall off the cliff. Foreclosures skyrocketed from 2008 to 2011. The folks at Standard & Poors are now saying that […]

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