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Real Estate Deep Dive May 6th, 2022 – Why This Housing Market Is Not a Bubble Ready To Pop

Today on the Real Estate Deep Dive we are taking a look at why this housing market is not a bubble ready to pop. Today’s market is very different from the market during the last housing crisis. We are going to review how and touch on what many of the ...

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Real Estate Deep Dive April 21st, 2022 – Keeping an Eye on Some Interesting Trends.

Today on the Real Estate Deep Dive we are taking a look at some interesting trends in the DFW housing market. Is there a shift coming? What metrics should we be watching? #dfwrealestate #dfwhousing #realestatemarket #housingmarket #shift #keymetrics #deepdive #realestatedeepdive ...

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Real Estate Deep Dive April 15th 2022 – Impact of Rising Interest Rates on the Housing Market

Today on the Real Estate Deep Dive we take a look at how rising interest rates have historically impacted the housing market. ...

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Real Estate Deep Dive – What About the 4th Quarter?

Please join me for today’s Real Estate Deep Dive where we will be discussing the forecast for Q4’s real estate market and why that is difficult. The information contained, and the opinions expressed, in this article are not intended to be construed as investment advice. Paul D Garrison does not ...

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The Real Estate Deep Dive for Sept 22nd, 2021 – Interest Rates

Today we will be looking at Interest Rates, where we have been, where we are at, where are the experts predicting we will be, and why are they important in Real Estate. The information contained, and the opinions expressed, in this article are not intended to be construed as investment ...

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Real Estate Deep Dive – Sept 15th, 2021 – “Are we heading into a more normal market?”

Join us today for the Real Estate Deep Dive, where we will be looking at the question “Are we heading into a more normal market?” and 5 reasons why this is far from a “normal market.” The information contained, and the opinions expressed, in this article are not intended to ...

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