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  1. Delinquencies soaring for federally backed home loans in Texas

    Sep 30, 2020 | Dallas Morning News Dallas-Fort Worth, Houston and San Antonio are among the U.S. cities that are seeing the biggest increases in late payments on federally backed home loans. More than 17% of the Federal Housing Administratio...
    Date2020.09.30 ByAsiaInDallas Views17
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  2. Apartment building rebounds from pandemic slowdown

    Sep 14, 2020 | Dallas Morning News Apartment construction activity is bouncing back after declines early in the COVID-19 pandemic. After big drops in building in April, May and June, July saw a surge in nationwide permits for new apartments ...
    Date2020.09.14 ByAsiaInDallas Views14
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  3. More than 60% of new housing communities in D-FW raised prices this summer

    Sep 14, 2020 | Dallas Morning News Buyers shopping for new homes may be in for some sticker shock. But the increase in prices of new houses is being offset by record low mortgage rates. Homebuilders hit with higher costs are passing them alo...
    Date2020.09.14 ByAsiaInDallas Views66
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  4. Over 87% of Dallas-Fort Worth apartment renters made their September payments

    Sep 9, 2020 | Dallas Morning News With the halt in federal unemployment payments, the share of renters who aren’t making their monthly payments has risen significantly. As of last week, 76.4% of U.S. apartment renters had made their Se...
    Date2020.09.09 ByAsiaInDallas Views158
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  5. Home sellers asking more as demand for housing soars

    With housing inventories at record lows, Dallas-Fort Worth home sellers are asking more for their properties. But the North Texas increases in home listing prices aren’t as large as the nationwide gains. Median home sale listing price...
    Date2020.09.03 ByAsiaInDallas Views43
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  6. Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas losing construction jobs, despite housing boom

    Home sales have been setting records in North Texas and statewide, rebounding sharply from the pandemic shutdown in late spring, and many builders are reporting big backlogs. Despite the green shoots, construction jobs fell in July for both...
    Date2020.09.01 ByAsiaInDallas Views71
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  7. Frisco·Denton·Allen·McKinney, top U.S. cities to buy a house

    Four North Texas cities are among the top places in the U.S. to buy a house, according to personal finance website WalletHub. Among the top 20 cities on the national list, Frisco came in at No. 3, Denton trailed shortly behind at No. 9, wit...
    Date2020.08.26 ByAsiaInDallas Views44
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  8. D-FW ranks third in the U.S. for commercial building starts - DMN

    Jul 22, 2020 | Dallas Morning News With the pandemic putting the brakes on construction projects across the country, Dallas-Fort Worth still ranked third nationally for commercial and apartment building starts during the first half of 2020. ...
    Date2020.07.22 ByAsiaInDallas Views138
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  9. D-FW was the busiest Texas market for second-quarter home sales - DMN

    Jul 22, 2020 | Dallas Morning News Dallas-Fort Worth topped the state in home sales during the second quarter of 2020. But home purchases were down in the D-FW area and statewide because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Real estate agents sold more...
    Date2020.07.22 ByAsiaInDallas Views336
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  10. Allen·Murphy, two of the best suburbs in America for growing families - GoBankingRates.com

    Murphy and Allen are two of the top suburbs in the nation for growing families, according to a report from personal finance website GoBankingRates.com. Murphy came in at No. 5 and Allen at No. 10. Denton suburbs Little Elm and Corinth were ...
    Date2020.07.15 ByAsiaInDallas Views57
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  11. New Allen mixed-use development will include offices, hotel, retail and homes

    Dallas Morning News | Jul 14, 2020 A new mixed-use development on the way in Allen will be one of the largest such projects in that area of Collin County. Allen-based JaRyCo Development is teaming up with the Johnson family to build the 135-...
    Date2020.07.15 ByAsiaInDallas Views98
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  12. Plano, best ‘staycation’ city in the country, report says

    by Dallas Morning News | Jul 6, 2020 Plano is the top city in the nation for “staycations,” with nearby Grand Prairie coming in at a respectable No. 8 in a report from personal finance website WalletHub. Staycation, a portmanteau...
    Date2020.07.07 ByAsiaInDallas Views76
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  13. Dallas area, one of the most valuable U.S. residential markets - DMN

    by Dallas Morning News | Jul 6, 2020 A decade of rising home prices has made the Dallas area one of the most valuable residential property markets in the country. Dallas ranks ninth among the nation’s top residential markets, based on ...
    Date2020.07.07 ByAsiaInDallas Views88
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  14. Pandemic Redefines Commercial Real Estate Industry - NBC DFW

    By Alanna Quillen • Published July 2, 2020 Office space. Will it become a thing of the past? As more people work from home, what does that mean for the entire commercial real estate industry? Experts are anticipating a lot of changes th...
    Date2020.07.05 ByAsiaInDallas Views103
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  15. DFW warehouse demand soars with pandemic

    by Dallas Morning News The pandemic hasn’t cooled the demand for North Texas warehouse space. If anything, COVID-19 has increased the need for distribution of consumer products. Companies net leased more than 16 million square feet of ...
    Date2020.07.01 ByAsiaInDallas Views216
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  16. Top 10 Issues Affecting Real Estate In 2020 And 2021, According to Bisnow.com

    June 25, 2020 | BISNOW.COM This year will likely be defined by its deluge of black swan events, with the coronavirus pandemic, ensuing economic downturn, civil unrest, and sustainability and environmental issues leaving marks on multiple ind...
    Date2020.06.30 ByAsiaInDallas Views78
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  17. ‘Master bedroom’ is joining Aunt Jemima as a thing of the past

    by Dallas Morning News Jun 29, 2020 Along with Aunt Jemima and Confederate statues, a familiar feature in real estate advertisements is being retired. Real estate agents and multiple listing services are dropping the term “master bedro...
    Date2020.06.29 ByAsiaInDallas Views447
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  18. New North Texas Homeowners Unexpectedly Hit With PID (Public Improvement District) Tax

    by DFW CBS11 March 4, 2020 at 7:20 pm Nearly 100 homeowners in Denton say they bought new homes, moved in, and months later got hit with a much higher than expected property tax bill. They say their builder intentionally withheld the informa...
    Date2020.06.25 ByAsiaInDallas Views4015
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  19. Restaurant Leases May Get Creative To Weather The Pandemic

    June 21, 2020 Dees Stribling, Bisnow National Variable rents have emerged as another possible tool for restaurants, as landlords and business owners attempt to find some way to pay the bills during shutdowns and reopenings. Rather than relyi...
    Date2020.06.23 ByAsiaInDallas Views92
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  20. Texas apartment markets will slowly rebound

    Texas apartment markets have suffered setbacks due to the COVID-19 pandemic. But the rental business is expected to recover over the next 18 months as the impact of the coronavirus subsides, according to a new forecast from CBRE. Researcher...
    Date2020.06.22 ByAsiaInDallas Views109
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