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Amazon HeadquartersRising home prices in Dallas have been great for home sellers over the last few years, but steady increases in housing costs could prove to be troublesome if you’re hoping DFW is awarded Amazon’s new and highly-publicized HQ2. 

Recently, Attom Data Solutions published a report that ranks the 19 finalists for the new Amazon facility, and the findings were based on seven factors that all relate to housing market health and quality of life for prospective home buyers and home owners. 

Despite DFW’s current median home price of $284,619, which pretty much falls in the middle of Indianapolis’ lowest median home price of $130,000 and New York’s highest median home price of $1.45 million, Dallas home prices have spiked a whopping 246 percent over the last

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Uptown Dallas’ newest residential high-rise has officially made its debut, offering potential residents lavish and luxurious living spaces that are now housed inside the tallest apartment high-rise in the entire city.

Standing 34 stories high and conveniently located at 2120 N. Olive Street, the Residences at Park District overlooks Klyde Warren Park and truly feels like its right in the heart of the hottest neighborhood in all of DFW. 

Apartments for rent at Residences at Park District offer between 782 and 3,234 square feet of total living space, and rent prices start at close to $2,500 per month. 

Developers of the building are also quick to point out that it’s a location that also provides access to first-rate lifestyle amenities, which

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The latest Standard & Poor's/Case-Shiller Home Price Index was recently released, revealing that Dallas area home prices saw the slowest growth rate in nearly six years. 

According to the report, homes prices around the DFW region were up just 5.8 percent in March compared to the same time last year, which represents the smallest year-over-year increase since 2012. 

Additionally, Dallas’ recent home price figures were also below the national average growth rate of of 6.5 percent, and well below cities like Seattle and Las Vegas, which saw 13 and 12.4 percent home price increases respectively. 

Also noted in the report was that home prices in the U.S. home prices are now 1 percent higher than they were prior to the housing crash that started in

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New Construction Apartments in Dallas Under $2000Similar to newly built single-family homes, there’s just something special about a new construction apartment in DFW. In many cases, new construction apartments in the Dallas area not only feature awesome living spaces but also quite the selection of common lifestyle amenities too. The only problem with newer apartments—higher prices. 

Believe it or not, though, it’s still possible for find a new one-bedroom apartment in Dallas for under $2,000 a month. And while the selection may be limited, here’s where you might have some success searching one-bedroom units just under that $2,000 threshold. 

Magnolia on Zang

Located in the trendy Bishop Arts District, Magnolia on Zang is easily one of the coolest new apartment buildings in town. Units are

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DFW Home Price GainsHome prices throughout North Texas are already at record levels, but that hasn’t slowed down the on-going upward trend we’re continuing to see as we get deeper into 2018. In fact, according to a new report out from CoreLogic, DFW home prices still increased slightly faster than the national rate over the early part of 2018, which as you might’ve noticed, is hardly anything new at this point.

Compared to last March, home prices across the country spiked 7 percent overall, and here in the Dallas area, home prices are up 7.5 percent.

Strong buyer demand and limited inventory are still the two primary driving forces behind home price gains, and new construction has remained slower than levels previously seen in years past.

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