2018 Best Real Estate Markets

NorthTexas2018’s BEST REAL ESTATE MARKETS

A recent study conducted by WalletHub, a personal finance website, compared 300 US cities of varying sizes across 22 key indicators of housing market attractiveness and economic strength.

The study found 8 of the top 25 best places to buy a home are in the Dallas-Fort Worth and North Texas market. They are: #1 Frisco, #2 McKinney, #3 Allen, #7 Richardson, #10 Denton, #12 Carrollton, #15 Fort Worth, and #21 Irving

It’s no accident that the Ebby Halliday Companies maintains sales office in seven of these cities, as well as in 28 other strategically sited locations. The firm possesses a unique understanding of the Dallas Fort Worth and North Texas real estate market and enjoys a 73-year history of successfully providing unparalleled real estate services to its clients throughout the entire area.

If you are considering buying or selling a North Texas home, contact an Ebby Halliday Companies’ real estate professional to learn more specifics about the real estate market in your neighborhood and to find out what your home is worth in today’s fast-paced market.

From the Desk of Mary Frances Burleson President and CEO of Ebby Halliday Companies

Let the Schwanbecks Exceed Your Expectations!

We would love an opportunity to assist you in your real estate needs  – anywhere in the DFW metroplex or whether you want a lake home in East Texas.  Click here to view our website.  Click here to learn more about Cedar Creek Lake.

| Debbie and Bruce Schwanbeck, Realtors at Ebby Halliday Realtors DebbieS@ebby.com BruceS@ebby.com  469.283.8656 |

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