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May 2017

Found 3 blog entries for May 2017.

May2017

More than 400 people are moving into the D/FW region daily!

That’s a statistic from the U.S. Census Bureau that supports the strength of the North Texas economy. Add the fact that on average, home values have increased over 40% since the Great Recession, and you’ve got one more reason to be confident in our housing market.

In fact, you might be pleasantly surprised at the return you have gained on your own home investment. Healthy home appreciation, buyer demand and rising sales prices have contributed to increased home equity for home owners throughout North Texas.

Simply put, home equity is the amount of money available when you take the price your home would sell for in the current market, and subtract the balance you owe on your mortgage.

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Sure, midcentury moderns seem to be popping up on the market more often now, but it’s rare to find a home that is both as large and as open as this midcentury located in North Dallas. Not only that, but its on a huge lot — almost three quarters of an acre.

And once you see inside, you’ll definitely understand why this Brandon Stewart listing is our High Caliber Home of the Week sponsored by Lisa Peters of Caliber Home Loans. Also no surprise: It’s already had multiple offers. However, it’s not over until the ink dries on the closing papers, so call Lisa Peters today if you are ready to put in your highest and best on this stunning midcentury modern in a quiet, tranquil enclave.

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“Purple Sage Road is a

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classic midcentury modern reinvented 7406 Currin Drive 1

The classic midcentury modern home has become one of the hottest properties in America right now. They are highly sought after by a broad demographic, and you can find them in a wide variety of price ranges and locations — if you’re lucky that is. They go fast! Our Monday Morning Millionaire at 7406 Currin Drive is the best of both worlds. It’s classic midcentury modern, but it’s been taken down to the studs and completely reinvented by the talented team at Bernbaum Magadini Architects.

The house was originally built in 1954 by Harvey L. Tracey. Back then we had probably a fourth of the wardrobe and accessories that we have now, so large walk-in closets were unnecessary.  Energy efficiency wasn’t even a concept. No one in

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