DFW New Development Despite home prices still being on an upward climb, job growth still thriving, and available housing inventory still lacking, new construction activity throughout North Texas saw a bit of a drop in March compared to this time a year ago.

According to recently released data from Dodge Data Analytics, residential construction activity fell 8 percent year-over-year a month ago, and nonresidential commercial activity saw an even stronger decline of roughly 22 percent.

What’s particularly interesting is that as new construction slowed a bit compared to 2017 levels, new construction nationwide was actually on the rise last month, increasing by approximately 11 percent.

As for the exact figures, Dodge Data Analytics recorded $652,935,000 nonresidential projects…

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Golf Course Homes For Sale in DFWIf you haven't already noticed, DFW is home to some pretty spectacular golf course communities and country clubs that feature jaw-dropping homes and estates. And while this list is hardly comprehensive, here's where you'll find many of DFW's top golf course homes currently listed on the active market.

Vaquero Arthur

One such location is Vaquero Arthur in Westlake. The community includes some exquisite estate homes in the multi-million dollar range, and surrounded by the sensational Vaquero golf course. The Tom Fazio-designed course is also joined by access to a swimming pool, day spa, tennis and more.

Mira Vista Country Club

Another good place to start is Mira Vista Country Club. Found in Fort Worth, the 18-hole golf course and tennis club…

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Frisco TX Real EstateFrisco is easily one of the more desirable places to call home in North Texas, and popular rankings website NerdWallet even named it the 4th best place to live in the country back in 2016. But during a hot market, finding and securing the right home isn’t always easy, especially if you’re budget is right there in that sweet spot between $300,000 and $400,000. But if you start your search in these top neighborhoods, you might actually have more luck than you may think…

Glen View

With some homes starting under $400,000, the Glen View community includes a number of single-family homes to choose from. Close to major roadways and to area schools, some homes include pond or greenbelt views.

Windsor Place

Built up mostly in the early 2000s, the…

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For a home under $400,000, you won’t want to miss certain neighborhoods in Fort Worth. And for something desirable around this kind of price range, three specific communities come to mind that offer newly constructed homes in a desirable setting.


The master-planned community of Berkshire is one of them, just north of downtown, yet invoking more of a small-town feel. The neighborhood features a number of newly built homes, many of which are affordably priced starting at under $300,000.

Lakes of River Trails

In comparison, you’ll also find an impressive collection of homes within Lakes of River Trails. A short drive from everything you need, the neighborhood also offers private parks and lakes, with new homes priced at under $400,000.

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Arlington TX Luxury Homes For SaleIf you’re in the market for a new luxury home, suburban DFW isn’t short on options. But if you’re specifically considering the Arlington area, some neighborhoods, subdivisions, and residential communities stand out more than others. Here’s a closer look at 3 of those options…

Twelve Oak Estates

Known for its large homes, Twelve Oak Estates is a prime location when searching for a luxury home. This Arlington neighborhood provides some large homes, many with four or more bedrooms and plenty of room to add in a private swimming pool.

Hampden Woods

The luxury homes of Hampden Woods, meanwhile, also enjoy a large amount of square footage, often with at least four-bedrooms and a comfortable amount of living space. This guard-gated community…

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Bishop Arts Village Construction for one of DFW’s more highly anticipated mixed-use projects is finally ready to begin, according to the Dallas Morning News.

Dubbed Bishop Arts Village, the new development occupies an 11-acre site at Bishop Avenue and Ninth Street, which of course is just south of the historic and lively Bishop Arts commercial district down on the city’s southwest side.

Developers behind Bishop Arts Village have been working on the project for over a decade, as noted in the report, but with construction officially getting underway soon, it appears the end is finally in sight.

For now, Bishop Arts Village is expected to include a public plaza that’s centered around 12,000 square feet of retail space and also 246 apartment residences and 500 public…

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Aubrey New ConstructionAs we continue to get deeper and deeper into 2018, new development throughout suburban DFW hasn’t slowed down bit.

The latest high-profile project to come through the pipeline is a new 2,600 home community in Aubrey, just north of Lewisville Lake. Called Sandbrock Ranch, the new Highland Homes community will encompasses 800 acres when finished, and will also be partially situated on a 2,400 acre ranch that the home builders’ own.

When interviewed by the Dallas Morning News, Highland Homes owners mentioned the new community offer a great location that’s both peaceful and provides easy access to the rest of the DFW area, especially as development continues to move north.

Sandbrock Ranch will also feature a community clubhouse with a swimming pool, splash…

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Harwood District New Construction New reports have surfaced about a potential mixed-used project in the works for Dallas’ Harwood Street Historic District. According to the Dallas Morning News, Centurion American Development Group is working towards building a 6-story apartment and retail development just a block off Harwood and Jackson Streets, which would essentially bring 130 new residential units to the area, as well as 5,000 to 6,000 square feet of retail space on the building’s ground floor.

The proposed project hasn’t come without challenges, however, as the design of the building must satisfy historic district requirements and blend in seamlessly with other buildings and structures around Harwood Street, which date back all the way into the late 1800s.

Developers have…

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