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Here are the top 10 best cities to sell a home

DFW area claims 5 top spots
Home prices are increasing as inventory hits new lows. And yet, homebuyers continue to flood the market. Under these conditions, sellers are at an advantage. SmartAsset produced a list that shows the top 10 best cities to sell a home.
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Embrace Home Loans expands into Texas

Opens new office in Dallas suburb of Frisco
Recent reports from the Texas Association of Realtors and Fitch Ratings call out how hot Texas real estate right now, as more homes were sold last year than ever before. Seeking to strike while the iron is hot, Embrace Home Loans announced this week that it is expanding into Texas and opening its first office in the state.
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Fitch: Is there a housing bubble in these hot, hot markets?

Texas is hotter than ever, but is it sustainable?
Housing in the state of Texas was hotter in 2016 than it’s ever been before, but is real estate in the Lone Star state getting too hot? A new report from Fitch Ratings suggests that Texas is one of a few states where home prices are not only unsustainable, they’re overheating.
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Game-changing real estate technology makes its way to Dallas

NTREIS strikes up partnership with Remine
Remine announced its new partnership with the North Texas Real Estate Information Systems, which will bring game-changing technology to more than 30,000 Dallas-area Realtors. Remine will allow Realtors to identify and market to would-be homebuyers at a time when real estate in Texas is hotter than ever.
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Meet the latest hotbed for housing: Dallas, Texas

Local businesses look to expand
The housing market in Texas continues to expand, reaching new highs in some of its cities. One expert explains why Dallas is the new hotbed for housing. Many local businesses are even beginning expansion plans for the city, including Movement Mortgage.
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Another Texas city sees record-setting year in 2016

San Antonio home prices rise above $200K for first time
Another city in Texas saw a record-setting year for 2016 with its rising home prices, low housing inventory and high demand. While not on national top 10 lists for booming markets, San Antonio could very soon follow in the footsteps of its neighboring cities as markets in Texas continue to heat up.
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Looking to buy a home? Now is not the time

Housing affordability keeps homeownership out of reach
Fall is bringing with it new highs in home prices, crushing potential buyers' hopes for relief from the affordability crisis. While sellers continue to benefit with the rising prices, buyers are not so lucky. Even with interest rates near all-time lows, would-be buyers may struggle to enter the market.
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Dallas-area housing market facing new danger

Affordability crisis spreads across metroplex
In almost every housing or home price report, Dallas comes out in the top ten. In one study, cities in the Dallas metro even made up five of the top ten spots. That then begs the question: is the market overheating? Will Dallas become the next San Francisco? Is the much-vaunted housing market in the Big-D about to start getting Fs?
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Here's how low inventory impacts 3 top housing markets differently

Not all markets created equal
Summer, while it’s not over, is shaping up to be less than hoped for, with agents surprised at how quickly demand faded through the season. Each month, Credit Suisse surveys agents about trends in buyer traffic levels for homebuilders in the top homebuilder markets. This is how the top three performed. Hint: They’re all very different.
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