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Magnolia on Matilda Apartments For RentLuxury boutique apartments are seemingly being built faster than ever around DFW, but finding and securing the right new rental is often easier said than done. With the Dallas area apartment market on fire, units are also being rented faster than ever and prices are only going up.

But if you’re somebody who plans to be in the market this spring for a sweet new apartment, several opportunities are still available over at Magnolia on Matilda, at least for now.

Situated in the Lower Greenville neighborhood, Magnolia on Matilda features just 43 indivual apartments, and a location that’s not far from the M Streets and plenty of shopping, dining, entertainment, and a few of our favorite coffee shops in town.

Floor plans at Magnolia on Matilda are open and

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DFW Home Price GainsThe latest Standard & Poor's/Case-Shiller Home Price Index has officially been released, which revealed more of what we already knew—home prices in Dallas are still on the rise. 

But despite a 6.9% jump, the increase is actually the smallest percentage rise for the DFW area in nearly five years. 

After seeing record highs for most of 2017, price gains are apparently starting to slowdown a bit, which is great news for anyone still in the market for a new home. Available inventory is finally starting to expand and some would-be home buyers are also starting to hold-back with buyer competition so strong, ultimately slowing price growth. 

Compared to nationwide home prices, DFW’s increase is still slightly above the country’s overall 6.3% hike from

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Craftsman Style HomesEvery individual home buyer has certain preferences when it comes to the style and design of the home they want, and for those who appreciate more of a vintage look and feel, it’s hard to top what a classic Craftsman-style home has to offer. 

Known most for their oversized front porches, thick square columns, and low-pitched roofs with triangular brackets, Craftsman-style homes are wide-ranging in both size and price range, appealing to anyone from first-time home buyers to luxury home buyers who prefer charm and character to modern and contemporary. 

In Dallas, Craftsman style homes can be found all over the city, but if you’re really looking for a great deal, we recommend starting your search in these 3 neighborhoods…

Bishop Arts District 

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Overland Grove Forney TXAs the DFW housing market keeps getting tighter for entry-level home buyers, local developers are continuing to look for more opportunities to build affordable houses. As highlighted by the Dallas Business Journal, one Dallas-based development group just recently started construction on a sprawling, 336-acre master-planned community in suburban Forney, which will offer plenty of new homes at reasonable prices.

Called Overland Grove, the community will bring over 1,000 homes to the area when finished but will of course be built-out in phases. Located between Highway 80 and Interstate 20, Overland Grove will certainly provide easy access to downtown Dallas, and it’s also expected that the average cost of a home here will settle somewhere around $300,000.

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SkyHouse Frisco StationFrisco’s highest-profile development is now one-step closer to becoming a reality as crews officially broke ground on the fabulous new SkyHouse at Frisco Station earlier this month. 

A joint-collaboration between Novare Group and BCDC, Frisco’s newest luxury high-rise will stand 25 stories high and feature 332 residential units once finished, and also be part of the sprawling 242-acre Frisco Station community, which will collectively include a jaw-dropping 2,400 units in all. 

Station House, another Frisco Station multi-family project, is already scheduled to be completed this summer, which will deliver 301 more units to one of the fastest growing suburbs in all of DFW. 

As the first high-rise started north of State Highway 121, SkyHouse Frisco

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DFW Home PricesThe DFW housing market is tight in just about every category right now, but demand for less expensive, entry-level homes continues to skyrocket. According to a recent report from Zillow, less than 15% of the homes sold in North Texas in 2017 were priced under $140,000, and prices for homes that are considered to be entry-level have risen by a jaw-dropping 78.8% just since 2012.

Dallas certainly isn’t the only market seeing significant price increases for entry-level homes, however, as prices on a nationwide scale have jumped 44.4% since 2012, and 8.5% in 2017.

For comparison, the most expensive homes in the U.S. only saw a 3.6% increase last year.

Also noted in the Zillow market report was that total residential property values in DFW increased

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