Ebby Halliday Among Nation’s Top Brokerages


Ebby Halliday Among Nation’s Top Brokerages

 

Ebby Halliday Realtors’ reputation as a trusted resource for today’s real estate consumers was validated by the just-released 30th-annual Power Broker Report, published by RISMedia. A definitive source for news and information about the residential real estate industry, RISMedia ranked Ebby Halliday the No. 11 residential real estate firm in the United States based on 2017 sales volume. With $8,038,878,667 in sales, Ebby Halliday moved up one spot from the prior year in the latest Power Broker Report.

 

Says Mary Frances Burleson, president and CEO of the Ebby Halliday Companies, “Congratulations to all of our dedicated, hard-working Associates and staff members who made these extraordinary sales numbers possible. I also thank our valued clients who trust us to represent their real estate needs. Our clients benefit from the many advantages and resources that are a direct result of Ebby Halliday’s status as the North Texas market-share leader.”

 

The Power Broker Report honors the business feats of brokerage firms and real estate leaders who shape the industry. In 2014, RISMedia honored Ms. Burleson with its National Homeownership Award, recognizing her important contributions to the residential real estate industry.

 

With locations across North Texas, Ebby Halliday is one of the most respected full-service residential real estate firms in the country. The company and its Associates seek every day to elevate the home buying and selling process into the wonderful life-changing experience it can be. To learn more about Ebby Halliday Realtors, its Associates and all of the properties available for purchase in North Texas, visit the award-winning ebby.com.

Is Summer a Good Time to Sell a Home in D-FW?


 

Is Summer a Good Time to Sell a Home in D-FW?

 

While it’s been warm (well, actually quite hot) for a while in North Texas, summer “officially” starts today. With sales prices up and few homes for sale, this summer offers homeowners ideal conditions to sell a home in Dallas-Fort Worth. Competition among buyers is heated and multiple offers are common.

 

Just how hot is the North Texas housing market? Consider that in the past 12 months:

 

* The average days a home is on the market is down 13.6% to only 38 days.

 

*  The median sales price is up 8.5%.

 

*  The number of homes for sale is also down 8.5%, meaning you’ll have less competition.

 

Simply put: If you’re considering listing your home, this summer offers an extraordinary opportunity. Find your Realtor at ebby.com.