If the last year is any indication, 2015 is shaping up to be another banner year for real estate development in Downtown Dallas. This is according to downtown advocates, urban planners, and real estate and development experts, who gathered Friday to talk about city living in downtown at a panel, sponsored by the Dallas Business […]Read More
With Texas and Dallas clocking in a small uptick in inventory, everyone’s wondering if we the market is poised to stabilize soon and if our time of scarcity and rising prices is over. According to the latest report from CoreLogic, not so much. “Home prices are continuing to rise fueled by ongoing tight supply, low […]Read More
When we think about the buying side of the residential real estate market, the vision that most often pops into our heads is a young couple, eager to get the keys to their first-ever home.
Of course, that’s not always the case. There are all different kinds of transactions, but the Dallas residential real estate market is becoming more and more appealing to foreign investors. It’s a trend recently discovered by NetWorth Realty principals Mark Bloom and Derek Abel.Read More
Journalists are notorious for being bad with numbers. I won’t lie — I got a C in calculus and I was so proud of it. But that’s not to say I can’t appreciate data and statistics (I aced statistics, by the way!).
That’s why I love this idea from Coldwell Banker’s Blue Matter blog, which breaks down trends inside the homebuying process. This month, Coldwell Banker statistician Weiman Dong and COO Budge Husky take a gander at data for the month of May on the Coldwell Banker website and come up with some interesting results.Read More