Companies have always been attracted to the value of strong school systems and a low cost of living in North Texas. But big businesses are now investing big money – $2 billion in Legacy West and $1 billion in The Ford Center at The Star development. And they’re investing for the long haul, which is creating thousands of jobs and a diversified market that’s strengthening the area’s industries.
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After home sales in North Texas increased 16 percent in September, total home sales from the first three quarters of 2015 set a record high. Data shows that sellers are achieving sales prices that average about 98 percent of their asking price as demand from buyers continues to exceed inventory.
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The modern home at 3511 Haynie Avenue in University Park is listed for $2,095,000. Photos / Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty
“In a fast-paced market it’s important to have a professional who is looking out for your best interests,” said Robbie Briggs, President and CEO of Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty, which has six offices and more than 230 agents working with clients across the area. “Sellers need an agent’s expertise to correctly price and market a property so that it quickly gets attention from potential buyers. And buyers need the network and experience of an agent to find homes not yet listed and make sure the property value is in line with the appraisal value.” Continue Reading…
Craig Ranch offers lifestyle amenities that range from lock and leave convenience to miles of walking trails, several playing fields, golf at TPC Craig Ranch and membership at the Cooper Fitness Center. Contact Christy Berry at 214-693-1600 for more information.
It’s Sunday evening, and you’re strolling home after an early supper with your grandchildren. That gives you plenty of time to finish packing for tomorrow morning’s flight – the mini-vacation you threw together at the last minute. The car comes at 8, and the flight leaves at 10; thankfully, you’re just minutes from the airport. Continue Reading…