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Amazon HQ could be making a decision by the end of this week! Dallas gained more odds when sources close to the selection process say Amazon could split the HQ into 2 locations. Leaving Dallas wide open to be the top attraction for 25,000 instead of 50,000 jobs and a $2.5B investment instead of a $5B. Regardless, we would be willing to get any piece of the retail giant.
With the changing seasons comes a slow real estate market. In the current climate of high interest rates...well it gets even slower. Truth be told, sellers are losing their cool a little. REALTORS are too tho.
Homes are not selling as fast as they once were. Buyers are being more particular about homes. So something has to give as everyone ...
The Dallas Real Estate Market took a little bit of a cool this summer. That doesn't mean that Luxury Real Estate Agents like myself haven't been hustling our tails off to get more luxury listings. Not just luxury, but new construction. The housing marketing is correcting itself a little bit after some inflation. Also, there are higher interest rates. Strangely enough, new construction is on an incline. So are luxury new builds.