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DFW Apartments

It seems like for that for every other week over the past couple years, a new apartment development somewhere in DFW is either being proposed or all the way through the approval process and finally getting underway. And although that might be an exaggeration to some degree, it’s now at least somewhat official that the crazy amount of apartment development isn’t just in our imagination.

According to reports, more apartments are being developed in the Dallas-Fort Worth area than any other market in the U.S. In the first quarter of 2016, a jaw-dropping total of 43,185 apartment units were under construction in DFW—a number that’s well more than double the number of units under construction in markets like Seattle, Denver, Chicago, Washington D.C. and

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DFW Lofts For Sale

Searching for the ultimate urban living experience here in DFW? While some may consider high-rise living to be the cream of the crop when it comes to a downtown residence, it’s hard to overlook all the fabulous loft opportunities that are found in both Dallas and the Fort Worth area. And if you think you might be in the market for a new DFW loft space, here’s a look at just some of our favorite residential loft buildings:

Thirty Thirty Bryan Lofts

Simply put, Thirty Thirty Bryan Lofts made the list mainly because each unit here lives like a luxury condo while also blending in key loft elements like concrete ceilings, large windows, and spacious open layouts. If you’re looking for a higher-end, contemporary loft-style home, Thirty Thirty Bryan is

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The urban lifestyle has become increasingly popular to today’s home buyers, especially those who are younger and prefer to be in the middle of all the action. Aside from all the nightlife and having plenty of things to see and do nearby, though, there are plenty of additional advantages to living in a downtown environment, which above all include walkability and often times a close proximity to the workplace.

Housing in a location like downtown Dallas, however, has many more limitations than many suburban options, starting with privacy and space. Depending on where you’re looking, condo, lofts, and apartments dominate the real estate landscape, which of course like characteristics like front and backyards and private garages.

Even still, many downtown

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As first reported by the Dallas Morning News, construction has officially begun on yet another major development in Uptown—one of the hottest neighborhoods in all of DFW right now.

Situated just one block north of downtown and right near Victory Park, the new project will be a magnificent office, residential, and retail complex that’s estimated to cost around $200 million. Once completed, the sleek new glass high-rise called The Union will rise 22 stories high and include 309 high-end apartment residences, a 60,000 square foot grocery store, and offer residents plenty of fabulous lifestyle amenities that pretty much coincide with any new residential development of this magnitude.

The Union is being developed by Phoenix-based RED Development and should

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For those of us who already live in Dallas or work in the craziness that is DFW real estate right now, we fully understand how how the market has been over the last 12 months. But as we push through the busy spring season and into the summer, the real estate market all around the Dallas-Fort Worth area appears to also be getting plenty of attention nationally as well.

According to the national real estate website Zillow, DFW was mentioned in the top 10 housing markets for 2016, coming in third behind Denver and Seattle. As noted in a recent article from Nerd Wallet, Zillow used 3 different elements to determine what they call the “hotness score”, which include home value appreciation, recent income growth, and current unemployment rates.

Of the 10

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With so many jobs coming to North Texas and inventory already low, there’s been quite a bit of chatter in recent months about home prices shooting up due to the strong demand for housing in cities like Dallas, Fort Worth, and many of their surrounding suburbs. But according to reports, a new Collin County residential community that will feature nearly 2,000 more homes is already in the works, which will certainly go a long way in filling at least some need for new residential construction.

The community, now being called Mustang Lakes, will encompass roughly 700 acres and be situated on the property of former Dallas mayor Robert Folsom’s sprawling thoroughbred horse farm. In addition to the 2,000 homes, Mustang Lakes will also feature nine individual

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If you’re looking for a unique place to live in Fort Worth but may not be ready to buy, welcome to a dynamic new building dubbed the Magnolia Lofts.

Conveniently located less than a mile from downtown Fort Worth and Sundance Square in the rapidly developing Near Southside District, the Magnolia Lofts on Vickery is just a small boutique loft development that only features 36 individual units. Built all the way back in 1925 and once an old grocery distribution warehouse, the building truly features authentic loft-living at its finest, which is just one of many reasons why it’s a huge hit among those looking for a downtown apartment.

Inside, Magnolia Lofts do a nice job providing a spacious loft ambiance, only with a wide range of sleek new interiors

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New Condos & Townhouses in DFW

With the DFW real estate market so hot right now, new housing can’t seem to be developed fast enough. The job market all throughout North Texas is growing at an all-time fast pace, brining lots of new home buyers to the area who are looking for a long-term place to settle down.

In a change from what the market was 15 to 20 years ago, more of today’s home buyers are opting for convenience and sustainability over anything else, making new construction condos and townhouses all over DFW a hot commodity. Aside from just being more affordable, townhomes and condo also have the added bonus of being maintenance-free, which of course has all kinds of upside.

So if you’re in the market and might prefer that easy, maintenance-free lifestyle without

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555 Ross Avenue Apartments For RentDespite apartment prices in Dallas hitting all-time highs, it’s understandable that many locals aren’t exactly in a position to buy right now, or simply don’t feel it’s the best move for their individual lifestyle. And while inventory is still quite low around DFW right now, especially around downtown Dallas, there’s still plenty of great options currently on the market, starting with the one-and-only 555 Ross Avenue.

A newly developed building that offers a vibrant atmosphere, high-tech amenities, and unlimited style and appeal, apartments at 555 Ross Avenue seem to check off every box many of today’s city dwellers have for a potential new place to live.

Located right in the heart of Dallas’ trendy and historic Deep Ellum district, residents here enjoy

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By now, we’ve all seen the reports about rents in DFW continuously rising, but many apartment hunters might not fully understand just how much rates have spiked—until now.

According to research from Axiometrics, rents in Dallas jumped to $1,083 during the month of February, which marks the highest average price we’ve ever seen. And despite Dallas leading the entire state of Texas in terms of new apartments being built—with over 4,600 new units currently in the works around the downtown Dallas area alone—job gains and population growth continue to force rent prices up all throughout North Texas.

If you combine the entire DFW region, nearly 40,000 new rentals are currently in the pipeline, but according to recently released stats, apartment occupancy

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