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Dallas TX Real Estate has slowed a little. This summer has been the summer that record breaking home sales is taking a little bit of a dip. Recent reports even said areas like Allen have only seen a 1% increase in sales price. Not to fret tho. The market is still strong and more big companies are moving to Dallas to call home!
Amazon is still making plans ...
Real Estate Agents and Home Sellers should be rejoicing right now! Reports from Realtor.com just came out stating that Dallas is at a 5 year high in inventory of homes for sale. There were almost 26,000 homes listed for sale in August in North Texas! That means more For Sale signs are in yards. So all is good. The housing market is strong and there is nothing to worry about. Right?!
The promise of 50,000 jobs, becoming an instant Silicon Valley, and a $5Billion project going to any city sounds too good to be true. Amazon is closing that deal soon, and making it a reality for one very lucky city. Dallas is one of the top picks for what is being called HQ2. Any city would benefit from it greatly. Both the economic landscape and the real estate landscape.