North Texas Property Management Announces a Milestone for Property Management Reviews in Plano, Texas – The Business Journals

PLANO, Texas, April 28, 2018 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — North Texas Property Management, a top property management company serving Plano, McKinney and Richardson as well as other suburbs north of Dallas, Texas, has announced a new customer review milestone. Fifteen property management reviews for Plano Texas, including five-star feedback has been reached, on the popular Google search engine. "Our goal is to be the best property management company not just in Plano but throughout the North Texas region," explained Jason Marascio, CEO of North Texas Property Management. "We are very proud of the positive reviews from our customers on Google! That means we are achieving what we set out to do!" Persons… Read More

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Dallas-area home sales drop in many pricey neighborhoods

Staff Photographer More than half of Dallas-area neighborhoods saw a decline in home purchases in early 2018 after years of rising sales. The largest decreases in sales came in high-priced neighborhoods in Colleyville (-30 percent), the Park Cities (-28 percent), Fairview (-26 percent) and Northeast Dallas including Lake Highlands (-20 percent). Median sales prices were $400,000 and more in each of these neighborhoods that saw the most significant first-quarter declines, according to data from the Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University and the North Texas Real Estate Information Systems. Real estate agents and researchers say that prices for moderate and low-priced homes are still growing at a fast rate… Read More

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North Texas home prices at record high in March

Staff Photographer North Texas home sales prices hit an all-time high in March. The median price of homes sold by real estate agents in the area was $260,000 – up 8 percent from a year ago. Median home prices in North Texas are now almost 90 percent higher than they were in March of 2009, according to data from the Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University and the North Texas Real Estate Information Systems. Through the first quarter of 2018, prices are up another 6 percent from the same period in 2017. While prices are still increasing, Dallas-Fort Worth home values are not rising at the 13 percent first… Read More

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