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The Real Estate Deep Dive June 30th, 2022 – A year by any other name…

A year by any other name might be the same??? Are we returning to a more normal housing market? Join me for the Real Estate Deep Dive where we take a look at four key trends we are seeing in the national housing market and how they compare to the ...

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The Real Estate Deep Dive June 24th, 2022 – What is Really Going On with DFW Housing Market?

There is a lot of FUD (Fear, Uncertainty, and Doubt) about today’s housing market. With recent interest rate changes and what is happening in the stock market coupled with talks of a recession and nation news articles about housing market slowdowns, many people are unsure what is going on in ...

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The Real Estate Deep Dive – Inverted Yield Curve? What Does That Mean for Housing?

Sorry for not being able to post the Real Estate Deep Dives for a couple of weeks. I had to take some time to help relocate my Mom to DFW. We got her all settle into her new place so I am back. Please join me for today’s Real Estate ...

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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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