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New Homes in Dallas, McKinney, Frisco Selling Fast!

April 16, 2010

It seems like every time you turn on the news, there’s more gloom and doom coming out of Washington regarding the nation’s housing market.  It’s true that some areas of the country have been hard hit by the mortgage crisis,... Read More »

Dallas-Fort Worth home sales rise 11 percent

April 8, 2010

North Texas home sales roared back in March, ending a three-month string of declines. And even more encouraging, median home sales prices increased by 6 percent from a year ago.

Dallas-Fort Worth Home Starts Rise Almost 60 percent in First Quarter

April 7, 2010

Betting on a market rebound, Dallas-Fort Worth homebuilders started almost 60 percent more houses in the first quarter than a year earlier. It marked the largest annual increase in single-family home starts since 1983, housing analyst Metro-study Inc. said Monday.

Dallas-Fort Worth — Home Prices Rise for 2nd Straight Month

February 24, 2010

Dallas-area home prices posted solid gains in the latest measure of the country's housing market – further proof that the local residential sector is stabilizing. Dallas' home prices were up 3 percent in December from a year earlier in the monthly Standard & Poor's/Case-Shiller Home Price Index released Tuesday.

If You Don’t Buy a House Now, You’re Stupid or Broke

December 8, 2009

By Marc Roth Interest rates are at historic lows but cyclical trends suggest they will soon rise. Home buyers may never see such a chance again, writes Marc Roth. Well, you may not be stupid or broke. Maybe you... Read More »

$8,000 Homebuyers Tax Credit Extended

November 6, 2009

By Les Christie, staff writer NEW YORK ( — President Obama signed an extension and expansion of the first-time homebuyers tax credit on Friday. The $8,000 credit was scheduled to lapse on Dec. 1 but will now be... Read More »

DFW New Home Construction Up

October 7, 2009

The pace of new home building in Dallas-Fort Worth picked up the third quarter from the previous quarter, but is still down from last year’s level, according to the latest numbers released today by Dallas-based real estate research firm Residential Strategies.

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