Items Tagged with 'Dallas-Fort Worth'

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  • WFG National Title Insurance Company names new head of Dallas-Fort Worth division

    Brandon Baker to assume role of division president
    Portland-based WFG National Title Insurance Company has named Brandon Baker president of its Dallas-Fort Worth division. As such, Baker will manage the day-to-day administrative operations for the DFW market, including working with the WFG team to establish short and long-term goals, plans and strategies.
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  • [Pulse] Will iBuyers survive a buyer's market?

    The iBuyer concept is fresh and exciting, but it remains untested throughout a full market cycle
    The housing market is cyclical, and history shows businesses based on a perpetual seller's market do not last. Good housing markets are very forgiving, but when they turn, flawed concepts are rapidly and ruthlessly exposed. Selling homes in a seller's market is not difficult. But when the market turns and buyers gain the upper hand, will the iBuyer concept survive?
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  • Zillow begins buying and selling homes in Dallas

    DFW becomes 9th market where Zillow is buying houses
    Homeowners in the Dallas/Fort Worth area can now bypass the traditional real estate process and sell their house directly to Zillow, as the online real estate giant announced Monday that it is expanding its direct buying program to DFW.
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  • HUD Secretary Ben Carson comes to Dallas/Ft. Worth in next stop on listening tour

    Visiting various sites around Metroplex
    When Ben Carson officially became the Secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development, he said that one of his first actions would be embarking on a “listening tour” of communities and HUD offices across the country. The next stop on Carson’s tour will be the Dallas/Ft. Worth metroplex. Here's a look at his plans for his time in DFW.
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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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  • Hey Dallas Millennials! Better get used to renting

    Study shows 'little hope' for reviving sub-$200,000 new home market
    First-time homebuyers and those looking for a smaller, new home in the Dallas-Fort Worth area are out of luck now, and will remain that way into perpetuity, according to a new report from Metrostudy. That's because homebuilding is booming in DFW, but not for smaller homes.
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