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2021 is officially upon us. But how, exactly, is the new year shaping up through the lens of real estate?

HomeLight’s Top Agent Insights Q4 2020 Report surveyed over 1,000 real estate agents for their insights into the 2021 housing market, including:

  • Lack of inventory will continue to pose challenges in 2021. A lack of homes for sale presented one of the biggest challenges for buyers in 2020—and at 20.5 percent, a continued lack of inventory is the factor most agents cited as their pick for the biggest influence on the 2021 housing market.
  • Remote work will continue to influence the real estate market. Low inventory will have a big impact on the market—but so will remote work. 14.5 percent of agents surveyed said the shift to remote work will
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Home Prices Increase in TexasHome prices across much of the nation ended the fourth quarter of the year up, including in some of the biggest Texas housing markets. According to the National Association of Realtors, home prices nationally saw a nearly 15-percent gain year-over-year at the end of 2020.

For Texas, the biggest jump came in Austin, which saw median home prices jump up more than 17-percent in the fourth quarter of 2020. Prices were also up in Houston and San Antonio. Both markets saw a more than 11-percent increase from the previous year.

In Dallas-Fort Worth, the gains were similar. The area experienced a jump of more than 10-percent year-over-year for the final few months of 2020. 

Experts credit some of the gains across the nation to record low mortgage rates.

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Dallas Working From HomeTwo Texas metros have topped the list for best cities suited for working at home, according to InMyArea.com, a Los Angeles-based company that compares home services available in markets all over the U.S. 

Based on technology and housing resources, the study concluded that Dallas and San Antonio scored the highest when it comes to how easy it is to work from home—something that has become much more significant to today’s workers due to the on-going pandemic. 

According to InMyArea.com's research, which involved analyzing over 800 communities across the country, low housing costs and access to high-speed internet helped both Texas cities score well and rank ahead of other top cities like Miami and Chicago specifically. 

Kastle Systems reported that

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Dallas-Fort Worth, TX Home Seller Market

The DFW home seller market is on fire right now with over 98% of homes in North Texas selling above listing price.  Low inventory has ignited bidding wars on homes for sale in the Dallas-Fort Worth, TX real estate market resulting in a hot seller market in DFW with rising home values and elevated price points for new home buyers.  A shortage of available homes for sale in the DFW housing market combined with low interest rates and rising home values has created a unique opportunity for both buyers and sellers to jump off the fence and make the move!  Home sellers are particularly in an optimal position to sell and upgrade due to low days on market and the ability to maximize profit on their initial home investment and use those gains to purchase in

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The COVID-19 pandemic has changed what many people are looking for in their homes—and, as such, it’s shifted major home and design trends.

And it looks like many of those trends are going to continue long after the pandemic is over.

A recent article from realtor.com outlined the pandemic-related housing and design trends that are likely to stick around post-COVID, including:

  • A shift to the suburbs. Many city dwellers are leaving crowded urban areas in search of more space in the suburbs—and now that more companies are going remote (and workers aren’t tied to any particular city), it’s likely that trend is going to continue.
  • Clean and cozy design. People are spending more time at home than ever before—and they’re trying to make their homes
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Oak Lawn High-Rise Apartments Planned Along Cedar SpringsDeveloper PegasusAblon, currently developing The Galleria Muse mixed-use apartments in Far North Dallas, is working on two new high-rise apartment towers in Oak Lawn. Ablon plans to build the new Oak Lawn high-rise apartments behind the central nightclub and restaurant strip at Cedar Springs and Throckmorton Street.  The new high-rise apartments in Oak Lawn will be designed by GDA Architects and are expected to begin construction in 2022. 

The two high-rise apartment towers in Oak Lawn will feature a 70-foot waterfall down the side of the high-rise tower with a total of 450 rental units.  One of the Oak Lawn apartment towers is planned to cover 20 floors with retail on the lower floors facing a new public plaza along Throckmorton Street.  Oak Lawn and

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North Dallas, TX Preston Hollow Condos For Sale at City HomesA new 21-unit development is coming to North Dallas in Preston Hollow at City Homes.  This new North Dallas mixed-use community in Preston Hollow Village will also include offices, retail and apartments.  In addition to luxury condos in North Dallas, new home buyers can also find high-end pre-owned houses for sale in earlier phases located at the West end of the devlopment.

These new luxury condominiums at City Homes in Dallas will feature two and three bedroom floor-plans ranging from 2,199 - 2,629 square feet and start in the $1.2+ million range.  Residents at City Homes in Dallas, TX will have access to Downtown, Uptown, West Village, Katy Trail and all other mixed-use urban villages that offer the best urban living has to offer in Dallas, Texas! 

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Hiring Dallas-Ft. Worth Realtors - Leads Provided!

DFW Real Estate Agent JobsWith the recent Covid-19 outbreak, generating leads has been especially challenging for agents and brokers alike.  Working in the fast-paced DFW real estate industry alone can be challenging, but also rewarding. Like most industries, however, a successful career in real estate ultimately starts with the right company, the right people, the right tools and LEADS!  

If you're a Dallas-Ft. Worth Realtor considering a Broker change, you've got to check out our DFW Realty brokerage! We are currently hiring a couple more experienced, tech-savvy Realtors in Dallas Fort Worth, TX to work a high volume of leads.  Agents will receive a steady daily supply of broker provided leads including buyer, seller,

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Historic Low Mortgage Rates Dallas, TXHome buyers with affordability concerns in Dallas-Ft. Worth, TX and across the U.S. now have one lesson reason to postpone their new home purchase!  Low inventory levels around DFW combined with high price points due to recent increases in home value appreciation, have left many buyers with very few home purchase options when searching their ideal price point. 

That is all about to change!  50-year historic record low interest rates are unlocking new price points for buyers that now have a little more purchase power with mortgage rates averaging around 3.29% percent.  Record low mortgage interest rates are also expected to encourage more buy and sell transactions from home owners hoping to cash in on record rates which will ultimately help solve

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The DFW real estate market is off to a great start with home and condo sales up across the board year over year for January 2020.  Collin County closed out at 899 home and condo sales up 13.7% over January 2019, Dallas County came in at 1,468 up 12.6%, Denton County 860 sales up over 23.2%, Rockwall County up 123 sales up over 20.6%, and Tarrant County at 1,518 sales up over 5.6%.  While sales are strong throughout the Dallas-Ft. Worth, TX area, DFW housing inventory is still struggling in all counties except Rockwall County, falling short on pre-owned and new construction home and condo inventory levels. 

According to the Texas Association of Realtors, for the 5th consecutive year, the Texas housing market set new records for the number of homes sold

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