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10 most expensive active listings in Texas

Three of the most expensive homes listed in the past 30 days were listed by Compass RE Texas, LLC agent Jonathan Rosen, the priciest of these being a 10,577-square-foot home in Dallas listed for nearly $16,000,000.

Dallas named No. 3 city for real estate investment in 2022 and 2023

Norada noted Dallas’ strong economy and renters market.

Median days on the market increases in Dallas and nationwide

Homebuyers nationwide had more time to make decisions in August with the first year-over-year increase in median days on the market since June 2020.

North Richland Hills ranked among top family-friendly cities in the U.S.

North Richland Hills has been named one of the 15 most family-friendly cities in the nation, according to iBuyer platform Opendoor.

Bigger portion of Dallas and Fort Worth homes sitting on the market for 30-plus days

The share of homes listed for more than 30 days has increased 42.9% in Dallas and 43.4% in Fort Worth in the last year, according to Redfin.

Off-market real estate app DropOffer launches in Dallas

Off-market real estate app DropOffer is moving into six new markets, including Dallas, Atlanta, Phoenix, Houston, Charlotte and Tampa.

Dallas housing inventory jumps in RE/MAX survey  

Nationwide, sales hit their highest level of the year, rising 4.7% from June but falling 17.6% on a year-over-year basis, RE/MAX said. 

New Zillow tool helps military vets find VA loan-eligible condos

The tool takes the guesswork out of the home-shopping process by highlighting condos eligible for Veterans Affairs (VA) financing.

Home price growth exceeds 20% in May, deceleration on the horizon

Steeper mortgage rates and priced-out buyers paved the way to a slightly cooler housing market in Dallas and other major cities this spring, hinting that the booming post-pandemic seller’s market may have an expiration date. 

Dallas No. 3 nationally for iBuyer service home sales

Dallas-Fort Worth was third on the list with 1,116 iBuyer home sales in the first quarter, accounting for 5.1% of home sales in the market.

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