Items Tagged with 'Dallas'

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  • Planet Home Lending opens new regional operating center

    Lender and servicer moves in to new 25,000-square-foot office
 in Dallas
    Lender and servicer Planet Home Lending announced it opened its first regional operating center, a 25,000-square-foot facility, in the Dallas suburb of Irving, Texas. The new regional office will serve as a hub and central meeting location for the company’s execs and leadership, according to the company.
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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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  • Direct buyer Offerpad planning significant expansion, beginning in Texas

    Begins operating in Houston metro area, San Antonio expansion coming soon
    Last year, Offerpad secured $150 million in funding, which the direct homebuyer said it planned to use for business expansion. Late last year, Offerpad began operating in Tucson, Arizona, and expanded into the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex. As it turns out, that won’t be the company’s only foray into Texas.
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  • USFN relocates operations to Dallas

    Mortgage banking attorney trade group moves to new headquarters, adds staff
    USFN, a nonprofit trade association for mortgage banking attorneys, announced this week it has completed its transition to a new headquarters in North Richland Hills, Texas, a suburb of the Dallas-Fort Worth area. As part of the move from its previous headquarters in Orange, California, the trade association announced new additions to its leadership team.
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  • Dallas housing boom will soon be over

    Rest of U.S. will follow
    Dallas has been climbing as one of America’s hottest markets, with some even speculating over whether it could be the next San Francisco with its hot real estate market and its high-ranked startup culture. But now, the housing market is slowing down, and the housing boom could soon be over.
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  • D Magazine: Dallas needs to step up its affordable housing game

    One of the nation's multifamily leaders is lagging in affordable housing, and the city is seeking change
    One of the nation’s multifamily leaders desperately needs to step up its affordable housing production. According to a recent study from RentCafé, Dallas-Fort Worth delivered exclusively luxury units in the first half of 2018 and according to a report from D Magazine, the city is well behind its goal of adding 20,000 affordable housing units.
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  • The No. 1 U.S. market just got more affordable

    Builders focusing on more affordable housing
    Affordability continues to drop as home prices and interest rates rise and homebuyer demand grows. But in one market, the price for new homes just dropped, making it just a little more affordable for first-time homebuyers. Here’s why.
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