Families Flock To Walsh Development In Fort WorthNear the intersection of I-30 and I-20 west of downtown Fort Worth, Walsh will eventually hold 15,000 homes and 50,000 people.
Free Historic Home... But There's A CatchYou could own a historic house for free. But there's one catch -- you must give the old house a new home.
Sears, Watching Spending And Inventory, Limits Adjusted LossSears reported a wider fourth-quarter loss on Thursday, but its adjusted loss was smaller than last year and investors were encouraged that the company closely controlled inventory and expenses.
US New-Home Sales Rise In Sign Of Housing Market Health Americans bought more new homes in January after a steep fall-off the previous month, a sign the housing market is healthy despite higher mortgage rates.
Sears May Sell Real Estate, Cut Jobs To Save $1 BillionSears may sell more locations, cut more jobs and put more of its famous brands on the block in an attempt to revive the faltering retail chain.
Study: Dallas Luxury Apartments Rising At Record RatesState-of-the-art pools, private fitness studios and granite counter tops are coming to Dallas as a record amount of new, luxury apartments are rising up throughout the area.
Top 10 Searched ZIP Codes For Home Sales Are In TexasNorth Texas real estate is booming, but certain ZIP codes are drawing more eyes than others. A home sales website discovered that the top 10 most searched ZIP codes of 2016 were all in Texas.
US Home Prices Rise 5.1 Percent In OctoberU.S. home prices rose again in October as buyers bidding for scarce properties drove prices higher.
Texas Community Goes Underground For Doomsday PrepSome upper-income Texans are headed down below, not Australia, but below the surface.
US Home Prices Rose In August, Lifted By Dwindling SupplyU.S. home prices climbed at a solid pace in August as more home buyers competed for fewer available properties.
US Home Sales Rebounded In September Despite Tight SupplyMore Americans bought homes in September despite a persistent shortage of properties for sale.
Rising Home Prices Putting American Dream On HoldA new report from the Dallas Federal Reserve says just half of the homes sold in Dallas-Fort Worth during the first quarter would be considered ‘affordable’ for median income families— about $61,600.

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