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RESIDENTIAL

Dallas/Fort Worth has proven to be one the the nations most stable residential real estate markets over the past 15 years. While other cities have had their peaks and valleys, DFW has seen steady and sustainable growth.

Commercial Properties

The commercial real estate market in Dallas/Fort Worth is booming to say the least. Millions of dollars have been spent to revitalize downtown Dallas with the Clyde Warren Park project and the redevelopment of Main Street. 

LAND

Land prices all over DFW have soared over the past 5 years, but leading the way have been the submarkets of Southlake, Plano, Frisco, Allen and Prosper. The least expensive single residential acre that can be found in any of these cities is $250,000

Residential

Dallas/Fort Worth has proven to be one the the nations most stable residential real estate markets over the past 15 years. While other cities have had their peaks and valleys, DFW has seen steady and sustainable growth. It is true that our market as a whole has appreciated at higher than normal rates since 2013, but the values are justifiable, in most cases, with our local growing economy. With corporate giants such as Toyota, FedEx, State Farm, NFM and Liberty Mutual taking up residence in the suburbs just north of Dallas, sub markets like Frisco, Plano, Prosper, North Dallas, The Colony, McKinney, Allen and Richardson have experienced the greatest appreciation in our MSA. With sharply increasing demand, shortage of inventory and quickly appreciates values, it is more important that ever to have someone experienced on your side. You need someone that KNOWS your market to help you make an educated decision. Your home will likely be the biggest financial investment you will ever make, and I would love to help you make YOUR dreams become YOUR reality.

Commercial

The commercial real estate market in Dallas/Fort Worth is booming to say the least. Millions of dollars have been spent to revitalize downtown Dallas with the Clyde Warren Park project and the redevelopment of Main Street. Uptown, Lower Greenville and Lakewood are all thriving again but the biggest surprise has been the redevelopment of Oak Cliff. As much as Dallas has changed over the past 10 years the biggest changes have happened in the northern suburbs of Plano, Frisco and The Colony. Plano has attracted Toyota, Liberty Mutual and Fed/EX which are building side by side in between the Dallas North Tollway and Legacy on Highway 121. just 2 miles down the road is Berkshire Hathaway’s Nebraska Furniture Mart open in March of 2015 and became the largest retail store in America at just over 1.9 million square feet and has been projected to gross over $1 Billion in revenue annually. The store is surrounded by the incredible Grandscapes Development. Just 2 miles to the north begins the new development in Frisco that has been named the $5-Billion Mile. The developments include the Dallas Cowboys new headquarters and practice stadium, Frisco Station, the Wade Park development and the Frisco Gate development. Each of these will be mixed use developments with hotels, office, conference centers, retail and multifamily space. There is still plenty of space for you to plug into this thriving market.

Land

Land prices all over DFW have soared over the past 5 years, but leading the way have been the submarkets of Southlake, Plano, Frisco, Allen and Prosper. The least expensive single residential acre that can be found in any of these cities is around $250,000. As a result, new delevlopment in these areas are typically high end to account for the increase in land prices. Vacant land is becoming scarce in many of these heavily sought after markets but there are plenty of neighboring cities that still have room for growth. Cities near these growing markets are Argyle, Corinth, Flower Mound, Celina, Mckinney, Gunter, Cross Roads, Aubrey, Little Elm, Fairview, Lucas and Wylie. If you are looking for residential, commercial or recreational land we can provide you with the support you need.

Investments

Residential or Commercial, you need to KNOW what your return on investment is, don’t leave it up to chance.

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