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The One's For Real Estate: Avoid Falling Into A Property Owner's Tax TrapWe share tips on how to avoid this common pitfall.
The Ones For Real Estate: The Realtor BillsNew legislation is impacting nearly 6 million Texans who are members of HOA's.
The Ones For Real Estate: Why Houses Btwn 350K-400K Are So Hard To FindHomes in the elusive price point have a less than two month supply.
The Ones For Real Estate: Development Booming In CelinaThe housing market is booming in Celina.
Texas A Top Destination For Out-Of-State TransplantsKen Molestina looks at why in this The Ones For Real Estate report.
Ones For Real Estate: National Preparedness MonthNational Preparedness Month (NPM) is an observance each September to raise awareness about the importance of preparing for disasters and emergencies that could happen at any time.
No Bargains On North Texas Rental Properties Anytime Soon, Real Estate Researcher SaysThe rest of 2021 is expected to continue to see a tight squeeze on inventory for rental units across the state of Texas and in Dallas-Fort Worth.
Ones For Real Estate: Home Improvement Projects Going StrongWhile the buying and selling frenzy has cooled off in North Texas real estate, home improvement projects are still going strong.
North Texas Now Seeing A Cooldown In Housing MarketKen Molestina has The Ones for Real Estate report.
Affordable Rental Units Very Difficult To Find In North TexasThe Apartment Association of Greater Dallas reports there are some 700,000 rental units in North Texas and they are currently at about 95% occupancy rate.
Ones For The Weekend: Professional Bull Riders Bring 'Unleash The Beast' Event To Fort WorthFor two nights in Fort Worth the best 40 riders in the world will be going head-to-head against the meanest and most skilled bulls on the planet. Eleven of those riders are from Texas.
The Ones For Real Estate: Solar Power EquitySolar tax equity allows a third-party investor to provide an equity investment into a solar project in exchange for a majority of the tax benefits and preferred returns on the cash flows generated by the project.
The Ones For Real Estate: Dallas Builders Seeing A BacklogDespite fervent demand, builders could be delaying new construction.
The Ones For Real Estate: A Look At The Market Cool DownThe market is "cooling down." But what exactly does that mean?
The Ones For Real Estate: Experts Say First Time Buyers Should Hustle, Bid NowWIth a slight market cooldown, mortgage lenders say they are seeing a return to normalcy.
'Eviction Is Not A Win For Anybody': North Texas Experts Urge Renters In Need To Seek Help ImmediatelyLegal and real estate experts estimate about half of Dallas residents are renters. They say about 20% of them are behind on their rent due to hardships caused by the pandemic.
Ones For Real Estate: New Texas HOA Legislation Means Changes For Property OwnersThe way homeowners associations in Texas operate is about to change after the passing of new legislation.
The Ones For Real Estate: Market Cool Down; Experts Say Buyer, Seller Behaviors ChangingReal estate experts insist while a cool down has started for North Texas real estate, the market is not entirely cool or back to normal.
The Ones For Real Estate: Mortgage Forbearance EndingResearchers say while numbers vary of how many North Texans are actually enrolled in mortgage forbearance programs -- we do know about 16% of loans in DFW are delinquent, according to data from the American Enterprise Institute.
Real Estate Market Cool-Down May Be UnderwayKen Molestina reports.
The Ones For Real Estate: Why Is It So Hard To Find An ApartmentDemand far exceeds supply in North Texas where several factors are contributing to the tight rental situation.
Real Estate Tech Firm Says Dallas 17th Least Affordable City In US To Buy A HomeThe housing pinch in North Texas has caught the attention of the country, including New York-based RealtyHop, a real estate tech firm.
Winter Storm Exposed How Many Texans Lack Homeowners InsuranceResearchers at the Texas A&M Real Estate Research Center say the February winter storm proved to be costly, and it also exposed how many Texans do not have homeowners insurance.
The Ones For Real Estate: Lumber Futures Coming Down Off Peak, Still Expensive ThoughThe historic skyrocketing price of lumber may have peaked, but it may still take some time before the cheaper prices are seen, according to homebuilders.