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Study: After ‘Race to The Bottom,’ Real Estate Industry Sees Recovery in Future

By Joanna England / July 7, 2020 / 0 Comments

I think we say this for everyone, but 2020 can take a hike. The good news is that a majority of real estate professionals surveyed by RCLCO in their mid-year real estate sentiment index believe that some of the more economically significant sectors of the real estate industry will start to bounce back in the […]

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Dallas Ranks in the Top 26 Percent of Cities with Most Overleveraged Mortgage Debtors

By Leah Shafer / April 26, 2017 / 0 Comments
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With mortgage rates at historic lows, many people might be tempted to buy a home before they’re financially ready. In order to determine where homeowners have the most unsustainable mortgage debts in the country, WalletHub recently released the 2017 Home Overleverage Report. Their analysts compared the median mortgage debt to the median income and median home […]

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In New Study, Texas Ranked No. 6 Dating-Friendly State

By Heather Hunter / February 13, 2017 / 0 Comments

Texas is for singles? It may be cold comfort if you’re spending Valentine’s Day alone this year, but when it comes to being single, there are worse places to live than Texas. Forty-four worse places, in fact! A recent report by WalletHub ranked Texas the No. 6 ‘dating-friendly’ state to live. Lends a whole new twist […]

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What States Have the Most Unfair Tax Systems? You’ll be Surprised by the Answer

By Joanna England / September 21, 2015 / 1 Comment

Wallet Hub did a very interesting analysis when it comes to the various tax systems employed by individual states in the nation. Come to find out, Texas’ tax system, which relies heavily on property taxes to fund our government services, is rated as one of the most unfair tax systems. Of course, after our recent […]

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