Feature We Love: The Arched Entry

You know something is a housing trend when you see it in homes in not just one or two cities, but all across the Metroplex. That’s exactly the case with arched entries, the latest feature we’ve noticed popping up in our available inventory.


There’s not much to say that these pictures don’t say for themselves. These archways are both beautiful and inviting, and they create stunning curb appeal for the homes and doorways that they frame. This architectural feature has made a lasting mark on North Texas homes, and we only expect that it will continue to rise in popularity.


Feature We Love: Arched Entry^2212 Stanford Court, McKinney

Feature We Love: Arched Entry^8501 Cross Timbers Road, Flower Mound

Feature We Love: Arched Entry^607 Naples Drive, Allen

Feature We Love: Arched Entry^467 Ridge Point Drive, Heath

Feature We Love: Arched Entry^2700 Regency Place Court, Arlington

Feature We Love: Arched Entry^7000 Mills Branch Circle, Plano

Feature We Love: Arched Entry^12269 Pecan Forest Drive, Dallas

Property photos via ebby.com & Shoot2Sell

When is the Right Time to List a Home?



When is the right time to list a home in Dallas-Fort Worth? Simply put, NOW!


How hot is the North Texas market? Check out these year-over-year numbers for March from North Texas Real Estate Information Systems:


*  Average days on the market were down 22.9% to 64 days.

*  Median sales price was up 9.7%.

*  Percent of original list price received was up 1.6% to 95.2% of asking price.

*  Finally, closed sales were up 11.1%.


With rising sales prices, few homes for sale and interest rates still at historic lows, the spring of 2014 offers the ideal conditions to sell a home in D-FW. Competition among buyers for well-priced listings is heated, with multiple offers on properties common in many area neighborhoods.


To learn more about the market in your neighborhood, contact an Ebby Associate today. To get started, visit the award-winning ebby.com.