What $1.5 Million Gets You in D-FW


Ever wonder what a $1.5 million house looks like in D-FW? Whether you’re in the market or just curious, here are 7 amazing homes that meet the budget. Click any of the collages below for a full photo tour!

 

What $1.5 Million Buys in D-FW^$1,500,000: 2500 Sandage Ave., Fort Worth

 

What $1.5 Million Buys in D-FW^$1,499,999: 3395 W. Eldorado Pwky., Little Elm

 

What $1.5 Million Buys in D-FW^$1,499,000: 504 Wagonwheel Court, Colleyville

 

What $1.5 Million Buys in D-FW^$1,499,000: 3441 University Blvd., University Park

 

What $1.5 Million Buys in D-FW^$1,495,000: 6435 Shady Oaks Drive, Frisco

 

What $1.5 Million Buys in D-FW^$1,475,000: Desco Drive, Dallas

 

What $1.5 Million Buys in D-FW^$1,375,000: 8200 Forest Hills Blvd., Dallas 

Photos via ebby.com & Shoot2Sell

 

7 Spaces to Celebrate Spring


Spring has sprung! And all the wonderful weather and cheer this season brings with it is finally here. With fresh memories of cold temperatures behind us and the knowledge that we, no doubt, have a hot summer ahead of us, now is the time to enjoy warm sunny days outside! In the spirit of spring we’ve rounded up seven spaces ideal for celebrating spring. And guess what? They’re all on the market, so one of these spaces could become yours!

7 Spaces to Celebrate Spring^3441 University Blvd., University Park

7 Spaces to Celebrate Spring^498 Ferguson Road, Whitesboro

7 Spaces to Celebrate Spring^8643 Groveland Drive, Dallas

7 Spaces to Celebrate Spring^905 Tranquility Drive, Fairview

7 Spaces to Celebrate Spring^3809 Long Meadow Drive, Flower Mound

7 Spaces to Celebrate Spring^4551 Ashford Drive, Dallas

7 Spaces to Celebrate Spring

^10233 Drop Tine Court, Fort Worth

To get a closer look at today’s featured homes, click the images and/or links above!

When is the Right Time to List a Home?


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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.