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Thursday, August 19, 2021   /   by Kenneth Brands

Are Millennials Buying Homes In The DFW Metroplex?

There’s a common misconception that younger generations aren’t interested in homeownership. Many people point to the fact that millennials put off purchasing their first home as a reason for this belief.
Odeta Kushi, Deputy Chief Economist for First American, explains why millennials have put off certain milestones linked to homeownership. Those delays led to their homeownership rates trailing slightly behind older generations:
“Historically, millennials have delayed the critical lifestyle choices often linked to buying a first home, including getting married and having children, in order to further their education. This is clear in cross-generational comparisons of homeownership rates which show millennials lagging their generational predecessors.”
So, it’s partially true that some millennials have waited on homeownership to focus on other things in their lives – and that’s impacting certain! ...

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Monday, July 5, 2021   /   by Kenneth Brands

6 Upgrades Millennial Buyers Pay More For – and 1 Exception

Home sellers assume they must make some upgrades before putting their home on the market. While any deferred maintenance or extreme wear-and-tear issues should be addressed, major upgrades or updates may not net more money when you sell; especially with millennial buyers, who are looking for their first home in droves.
6 Common Upgrades Millennial Buyers Won’t Pay Extra For – and 1 They Will
1. Professional Landscaping – Although a nicely maintained yard is attractive to all buyers, over-the-top landscaping with special hardscapes or fountains will not appeal to millennials.
2. Upgraded Utilities – You may appreciate the new plumbing, but buyers will not pay more for copper or PEX pipes or the brand-new junction box.
3. HVAC – Again, new systems are appreciated, but buyers won’t offer more for the latest systems.
4. New Roof – A leaking roof will certainly lower the sales price but replacing one will not have the opposite effect.
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Thursday, July 1, 2021   /   by Kenneth Brands

Buyers and Sellers – Stay Focused on Your Goals!

Buying or selling a home can be stressful, even in normal times. Right now, when the housing market is moving at a frenetic pace, both buyers and sellers are making quick decisions and are feeling extreme pressure. As the tension rises, it can be easy to overlook the end goal; right-sized home, relocation, dream home, etc. Try not to lose focus! 
Buyer Challenges
Facing a very tight inventory of available properties, buyers have limited time to arrange to tour homes and knowing they must make a quick decision once they have. Buyers do not have the luxury of a second look or hesitation and often are competing against multiple offers, adding to the pressure.
Seller Challenges
Sellers are also feeling the challenge of the frantic pace. While it is nice to have multiple offers from which to choose, the fact that the offers are at times being made sight-unseen means that some of the offers may not be the buyer’s first choice and they could lose a “real” offer b. ...

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Saturday, March 27, 2021   /   by Kenneth Brands

Dallas' New Investment Hotspot by Laura Calugar of CPE

Dallas’ New Investment Hot Spot









Dan Bowman, Executive Director & CEO, AEDC. Image courtesy of AEDC


As an increasing number of people and businesses alike move in from both coasts, the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex is set to continue to be a top economic performer among Texas metros. The constant addition of high-paying jobs in
the past few years has been fueling growth not only in the metro’s core but also in its outskirts. Allen, a northern suburb of Dallas, is constantly investing in education and using its business-friendly environment to entice high-profile companies to this emerging suburb, while also retaining its small-town feel.
In charge of facilitating business relocations and expansions, the Allen Economic Development Corp. has supported projects that have added almost $41 billion to the city of Allen and the wider regional economy since its inception, according to a recent Insight Research Corp. study that exami ...

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