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The State of Dallas Real Estate: There’s No Place Like Home, So Stay There

By Candy Evans / March 13, 2020 / 1 Comment

It’s been a scary, challenging week. Schools are extending their Spring Breaks for a week, there are no NBA games, no NHL games, and no Dallas Art Fair. At least one brokerage has shut down an office. Conferences are canceling left and right. New Rochelle, NY, is on lockdown with the National Guard enforcing. Museums […]

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With Fewer Cars and Drivers, What To Do With Empty Garages?

By Jon Anderson / March 26, 2019 / 0 Comments

First I came for your kitchen, now I’m coming for your garage. I’ve noticed a trend over the past year at the Oak Lawn Committee – applicants seeking less parking than is required by the PD-193 ordinance. A hotel will be seeking half of the parking required, and an office building cutting a third. Each […]

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Strong Economy Fueling Millennial Home Demand

By Joshua Baethge / February 13, 2018 / 0 Comments

Plenty of data has shown that Millennials have been eschewing homeownership more than previous generations. That trend may now be reversing according to data from HomeLight, a company that utilizes complex data analysis to better understand real estate markets across the country. “Millennial is a broad term, but when we look at our data, we […]

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