Small Percentage Of Dallas Millennial Renters Plan To Never Own A Home

By April Towery / December 2, 2019 / 0 Comments

  About 7 percent of Millennial renters in the Dallas metro area expect to rent forever, America’s priciest real estate markets revealed, an architectural lecture is set for Dec. 3, and a $1.5 billion mixed-use development is underway in Lewisville, all in this week’s roundup of real estate news. Small Percentage Of Dallas Millennial Renters […]

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Autonomous Vehicles Bring Real Estate Redevelopment Opportunities As Soon As 2025

By Amanda Popken / May 1, 2019 / 0 Comments

  We’re starting to see the impact that self-driving, autonomous vehicles will have on real estate development. It corresponds, interestingly ,with the same trends we saw in the recent WalkUp Wake Up Call for DFW: these will be two major real-estate-driven boons to our local economy that will change the landscape of our cities over […]

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Uptown Welcomes First Public Playground and More Young Families

By Amanda Popken / April 20, 2017 / 0 Comments

“Griggs Park is one of the features that makes Uptown more sustainable. Uptown has a tendency to over-invest in private infrastructure and under-invest in public infrastructure,”noted District 14 Dallas City Councilman Philip Kingston at the Tuesday ribbon cutting of Griggs Park’s new playground. “This will soften the hard edges that tend to be created in high-density […]

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Should Parents Help Children Buy Their First House? 1 in 17 Silver Spooners Do Get Some Help…

By Candy Evans / May 24, 2016 / 1 Comment

Did your parents help you buy your first house? I know that down payment money is not supposed to be “borrowed,” but it can be a cash gift. Of course, with a Fannie Mae loan, you can put down as little as 3 percent for a down payment, but there are strict limits on the […]

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Get Used to Renting: Homes Under $200K Extinct in DFW, Hollywood Hits Heights

By Candy Evans / April 26, 2016 / 1 Comment

Is Dallas becoming LA? We have been harping on this for quite some time, but now the mainstream media seems to have taken a whiff of real estate smelling salts. First-time homebuyers (who don’t get lump sum down payment help from Mom and Dad) are out of luck finding affordable homes and will continue to […]

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4 Ways to Satisfy Your Millennial Customers

By Joanna England / November 18, 2015 / 4 Comments

Millennials may not have been homebuyers in the past, but it seems they’re quickly coming around to the idea – especially if you look at recent stats. In fact, according to comScore data, 65 percent of Millennials looked at real estate sites or apps in August alone. The reason? For some, it was income increases, […]

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