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The new construction market all throughout the DFW area is thriving right now, and if you don’t believe us, consider the fact that 10% of all homes currently under construction in the U.S. are being built in Texas, with many of those of course located in the Dallas area. 

But along with record breaking numbers on the new construction side of the market, the overall health of the DFW housing market is also quite strong right now, or at least according to WalletHub’s latest findings

Earlier today, the personal finance website released its annual list of the best real estate market’s, and several familiar cities and towns topped the charts. 

Basing its results on 21 different factors that range from housing market attractiveness and economic

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DFW Real Estate For Sale Want to know just how just how crazy the housing market is not just in DFW but throughout the entire state of Texas right now? Well, consider this: according to recent building permit analysis by Trulia, one in every 10 new homes being built in the U.S. is either in Dallas, Houston, or Austin. 

Ready for more? There’s also this: in 2017 alone, these three major cities combined are on pace to build almost 130,000 new houses, which is enough to represent more than 10% of all new construction nationwide this year. And as you might expect, each of these Texas metros are all in the nation’s top five for permits pulled, with Phoenix and New York occupying the other two slots. 

As noted by the Dallas News, Austin alone is on pace to add about 30,000 new

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Best Cities For First Time Home BuyersThe DFW real estate market has been red hot over the last couple years, and a shortage of inventory has continued to drive home prices up all over North Texas. But despite rising prices and the challenges home buyers in DFW are facing right now, it’s still considered one of the best places in the country for first-time home buyers.

According to new findings from personal finance website WalletHub, three DFW suburbs topped the list of “Best Places for First Time Home Buyers,” edging out other growing cities like Cary (NC), Norman (OK), and Lincoln (NE).

As noted on their website, WalletHub analyzed 300 cities of varying sizes and considered 23 different variables that range from affordability and quality of life to real estate taxes and crime rate.

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