Two new communities will be built at the corner of Eldorado and Coit in Frisco, TX.

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Two new communities will be built at the corner of Eldorado and Coit in Frisco, TX.

https://www.dallasnews.com/business/real-estate/2018/07/05/two-new-frisco-communities-will-add-almost-500-homes


FREE "Tree Care: Tips & Tricks" Workshop by City of Frisco

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Register for a free WaterWise workshop by the City of Frisco that will teach you "Tree Care: Tips and Tricks" to help with tree care, pruning, and how to make your trees thrive. The workshop will be held February 16th from Noon to 1 PM in Frisco.

Register here:

FREE Tree Care: Tips & Tricks" Workshop


Are you planning to buy a home?

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If you are considering buying a home soon, you should read my FREE 81-page Home Buyer's Handbook! It is full of great, money-saving information about the entire home buying process from start to finish, as well as things to avoid. It also has a list of my recommended vendors as well as lenders and title companies. If you would like a free copy, CLICK HERE! I can email it to you in PDF format or I can provide it to you in print or on DVD.

 


Have you heard about The Grove in Frisco, Texas?

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Have you heard about The Grove in Frisco?
 
Homes are from 2,909 - 5,000 Square Feet
 
Community Details:
 
The Grove is the newest Master Planned community located at the Northwest corner of Custer and Main in Frisco, TX!  Home plans starting in the $600's on 65' lots and $700's on the 74' lots. The neighborhood will consist of walking trails, parks, Amenity center and community pool.
 
Plans and prices are now finalized and I have exclusive access to them! If you are interested in floor plans/prices for The Grove, please send me an email at Jlyne@kw.com and I will give you all the details!

Support Locally-Owned Restaurants in the Frisco, Texas Area with this List

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Looking to support your smaller, local restaurants? Here is a list of over 100 locally-owned restaurants in the Frisco area:

A List of Over 100+ Locally-Owned Restaurants in the Frisco, TX Area


City of Frisco (Texas) Has Approved the Purchase of Land

The City of Frisco has approved a purchase of 390 acres of land from Brinkmann Ranch for $61,000,000 which has a proposed use of adding to the city park system as well as potential future economic development. The location of this property can be seen in the photo below:

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Watch out for potential pitfalls when buying a home!

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Are you a home buyer looking for a home? There are many pitfalls that you need to avoid while searching. A good Realtor (like myself!) can help you avoid these red flag items during your home search. For instance, a heavy, overpowering scent in a home could mean that the seller is trying to hide something, such as a mold problem, pet damage, or even a sewer problem! To learn about more things to look out for, check out this article/video:

Warning Signs to Watch For When Buying a Home

Call me at (214) 909-8008 to help you find a home!


Frisco, Texas Residents: Going out of town for the holidays?

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Frisco, Texas residents! Do you have holiday travel plans? Take advantage of the Frisco Police Department’s House Watch Program. You can apply for FREE by clicking here:
 
 
Please share this with others in Frisco who may benefit from this FREE service, and a huge thanks to our Frisco Police Department for keeping our homes and families safe!
 
 

I am a Neighborhood Favorite REALTOR®!

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I am proud to have been selected as Neighborhood Favorite REALTOR® on Nextdoor! If you haven't joined Nextdoor yet, please click the following link - it's FREE!
 
 

Where is the Housing Market Headed?

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After the past recessions that have hindered the housing market, many people are wondering where the housing market may be headed in the next few years. While there are various opinions on the exact direction and the time frame that corresponds to the outcome, there are several factors that give us a pretty intelligent indication of where the real estate market for housing is headed.

According to Mark Boud, chief economist for Metrostudy, residential housing starts will continue a slow and steady climb between now and 2020 when the number of new single family housing units will reach 1.45 million units. This number will finally be equal to the housing industry's long-term yearly average. He also forecasts the following:

  • The national housing market will continue to remain under-supplied (as it is currently) through 2020.
  • The market is overloaded with higher-priced housing and an overt shortage of lower-priced "starter" homes.
  • Most markets should see a continuing opening for land purchases and developments in the next two years.
  • Overall, the price of housing is still overvalued somewhat, although not as much as the years prior to the last housing recession.

For a more detailed breakdown by Mr. Boud, please view his full forecast here:

Housing Forecast