High demand for homes means quick sales.
The roof deck house, as it is called, has three bedrooms and two baths on four levels.
Rising home prices are pushing more North Texas homeowners to fight property values.
In Dallas’ trendy Uptown area, new construction can’t go up fast enough—whether at high end apartments, or pricey condominiums.
With homes prices in North Texas up roughly 10 percent more than a year ago and properties still moving quickly, the stiff competition can limit options for many first time homebuyers.
Façade Norde is a landmark on Fort Worth’s Boat Club Road. The Scottish-French castle was built as an homage to family heritage.
Looking to downsize, the Sunderlands put their Southlake home on the market expecting to have time to find a smaller place. But, just hours into the open house, the plan changed… quickly. A realtor says the trend is helping fuel “the new bubble.”
The Dallas Fort Worth home price index went up 1.2 percent from February and has jumped 10 percent from March of last year.
You can downsize and still “Live Large.” Meet one North Texas woman who traded space for freedom.
It’s a big decision that many have very little time to make and few choices to choose from. CBS 11 News takes a close up look at the race to find and buy the few available homes in Frisco.
The announcement that Toyota will be relocating its headquarters in Plano is big news, but developers and analysts say the news just adds to a bigger picture. Builders say North Texas is in the midst of a building boom.
Today’s Living Large is a modern bachelor pad in the Turtle Creek area of Dallas. It was featured on the Turtle Creek Association home tours this month.