Don’t worry Tarrant County Tuesday readers, the Bow Tie Realtor will have a look in the 2019 crystal ball for some tasty prognostications before the ball drops. The pendulum has swung. This was discussed earlier in Tarrant County Tuesday — the housing market in Tarrant County has become more of a buyer’s market than we have seen […]Read More
Once summer wraps up and school’s back in session, the real estate market tends to slow down. Parents don’t want to uproot their children mid-school year, and they’re just not looking to buy or sell a home in the near future. This can be a frustrating time for real estate agents and brokers. There just […]Read More
In January 2013, my Hubby and I were frantically looking for a house as our Preston Hollow condo was under contract in 3 days to a cash buyer (HOORAY!!!). I fell in love the minute I saw this Briarwood cottage and the For Sale sign out in front of 5118 Stanford Avenue.Read More
We’re reporting from the National Association of Real Estate Editors Houston Conference today and it has been an incredible morning just stewing with new information. The opening remarks were especially mind-boggling, as Counselors of Real Estate chair Hugh F. Kelly listed the top 10 issues facing real estate now and into the future. “The list […]Read More
It’s official: According to the latest numbers from CoreLogic, the Dallas-area real estate market is fully recovered from the recession and housing bubble. Dallas real estate prices are up 9.7 percent according to the CoreLogic HPI report. Nationally, prices are up 12 percent year-over-year, too, the report showed, showing that regions across the U.S. are […]Read More
Rarely do you see both home prices and rents grow in the same market where, as we reported earlier this week, net migration is in the red. And yet that’s what Local Market Monitor is projecting for Dallas-Irving-Plano area over the next 12 months.
That’s partially due to unemployment rates dropping and a strong financial and service job market in the Dallas area. Local Market Monitor projections show 9 percent growth in housing prices over the next 12 months and 12 percent growth over the next three years. And demand for housing, both buying and renting, will grow thanks to overall population growth that is outpacing the national average.Read More