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Home Inventory Remains at a Historic Low

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There’s a good chance you are aware of just how competitive the Frisco and North Texas housing market is, but did you know that home inventory is at a historic low? Not only are builders struggling to keep up with the demand for new housing and the number of people moving to the area, but there simply aren’t enough houses …

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First Look at Twelve Cowboys Way, The Star’s Newest Apartment Tower

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We’ve got some exciting news to share coming from The Star in Frisco – Twelve Cowboys Way. The high-rise luxury apartments are the latest development to hit the area, and perhaps the most anticipated. Opening Fall 2019, Twelve Cowboys Way is offering exclusive pre-leasing for Cowboys Club Members now through July 18th. This is an incredible opportunity to not only …

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Housing Market Continues Bull Run in Frisco, Texas

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If you live in North Texas or are thinking about investing in a home in the area, there’s a good chance you know how hot the market is. Over the last several years Frisco and other cities in the area have experienced an unprecedented booming in the housing market, and there’s no chance of it slowing down anytime soon. At …

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10 Best Restaurants in Frisco, Texas

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Frisco has become one of the hottest places to live in recent years, and for good reason. Frisco was named the fourth best place to live for first-time homebuyers in 2016 and has continued to appeal to families, couples, and individuals like for its abundance of opportunities. Not only is the economy booming and the housing market off the charts, …

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Is There the “Perfect” Month to Sell Your Home?

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Is it Time to Sell your Home? Making the decision to sell your home is never an easy one, but it is often necessary in order to pursue new life challenges and experiences. Simply knowing that you want to sell your home isn’t always enough. In fact, there are certain times of the year that are notoriously better for putting …

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Texas Land Costs Are Leading to Higher Home Prices

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Home Prices Continue to Rise in Texas Texas has a reputation as being a place of opportunity where families can live well for less. However, rising land prices are contributing to higher home prices throughout the state. In the past, Texas was known for having comparatively low housing prices, namely because of the supply of affordable land. With this, the …

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Time To File Your Homestead Exemption

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What is a Homestead Extension? Now is the time to file your Texas Homestead Exemption form if you closed on your home in 2016. It is also the time to start getting your tax information ready. If you own a residence in Texas, you may be able to receive a homestead tax exemption. A homestead exemption helps you save on …

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Plano’s Legacy West Nearing Completion

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Ambitious Real Estate Project Almost Complete We’ve been keeping close tabs on Plano’s Legacy West and are excited to share with you that the highly-anticipated development is nearing completion. Touted as one of the ‘most ambitious real estate projects in North Texas’, residents and business owners alike have been keeping a watchful eye on the development over the last year …

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Listing Your Home in the Fall: Is it a Good Idea?

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Legends of the Fall Housing Market in Texas With it being the beginning of Fall, we thought it would be a great time to revisit the subject of whether or not it’s a good idea to try and sell your home in the months before winter. If you ask some, they’d likely tell you that it is not a smart …

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Texas One of Top International Destinations for Homebuyers

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Texas Housing Market Tops for International Homebuyers The numbers are in and they don’t lie – Texas is still one of the top destinations for homebuyers, in the world. This may come as a surprise to those who don’t call the Lone Star state home, but for those of us who do, this is not a shocker. As we have …