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CoreLogic, Local Market Monitor Reports Both Post Measured Optimism For Dallas-area Markets

By Joanna England / June 6, 2013 / 2 Comments

Dallas is on its way to becoming a residential real estate boomtown, thanks to our growing job market and influx of corporate employers. Interestingly, both CoreLogic and Local Market Monitor show very positive, low-risk projections for our real estate market based on previous months’ performance. According to the CoreLogic report, Dallas-area home prices are up […]

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Local Market Monitor Classifies Dallas Metro Real Estate Market as “Low Risk”

By Joanna England / May 1, 2013 / 0 Comments

We’re in the money, folks. If you have friends, clients, and friends who are clients who were waiting for the right time to buy or upgrade in the Dallas/Plano/Irving area, Local Market Monitor is giving you the green light! Last month’s report showed that we had low risk in some sectors, but it was nothing […]

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Local Market Monitor Classifies Dallas Metro Real Estate Market as "Low Risk"

By Joanna England / May 1, 2013 / 0 Comments

We’re in the money, folks. If you have friends, clients, and friends who are clients who were waiting for the right time to buy or upgrade in the Dallas/Plano/Irving area, Local Market Monitor is giving you the green light! Last month’s report showed that we had low risk in some sectors, but it was nothing […]

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Market Report: Dallas Residential Real Estate Market Hits Rock Bottom, And There’s Nowhere to go But up

By Joanna England / April 3, 2012 / 0 Comments

So, we have good news and bad news. Which do you want first?

Well, the good news is that, after a relatively mild recession, the Dallas-area residential real estate market is poised for an uptick, propelled by job growth, a vigorous banking sector, and more people with a few bucks to spare, according to a report from LocalMarketMonitor.com.

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A Crystal Ball Into the Future of Dallas Real Estate: Equilibrium and Appreciation in 2014

By Candy Evans / October 3, 2011 / 4 Comments

Last week, we were Debbie Downer’ed by the latest Standard & Poors/Case Shiller report telling us that while Dallas homes saw a scant increase in prices from the spring, they were down overall from last year, that is, 2010. And that is the problem with Case Shiller: first of all, they do not count new home sales. […]

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