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Housing Market

DFW Residential Market Posts Surprisingly Strong Second-Quarter Sales, Starts

Area new-home closings climbed to 10,565—the highest quarterly number since late 2006.
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Housing

A New Study Explores Rental Housing Cost in DFW (Spoiler: It’s Going Up)

We’ve lost more units under $800 than just about any metro in the country, and we’ve added a ton of units in the muddled middle and high-end.
By Shawn Shinneman
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Bottom Up Economic Development

Urban Neighborhoods Do Not Have to Be Expensive

There is a simple reason why most new urban housing is either subsidized "affordable housing" or luxury apartments. The system is rigged.
By Peter Simek
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Architecture & Design

Humphreys & Partners Architects Taps Megan Dimmer as CEO

Dimmer succeeds founder Mark Humphreys, who becomes chairman.
By Jeremiah Jensen
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Housing Market

Dallas’ Older Multi-Family Housing Is Disappearing and So Is the City’s Affordability

Developers are circling the city's stock of aging multi-family units and throwing up dense complexes that longtime residents can't afford.
By Jon Anderson

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Home & Garden

We Want Your House Hunting Stories

If you’ve bought or renovated a house in the past year and want your pic in D Mag, this is your shot.
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Housing Market

Who Really Killed State Rep. Eric Johnson’s West Dallas Affordable Housing Bill?

The bill would have addressed displacement in rapidly gentrifying West Dallas
By Peter Simek
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Housing Market

Is Dallas-Fort Worth’s Housing Market Losing Ground?

Real estate experts worry the region could soon lose its low-cost competitive advantage.
By Steve Kaskovich
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Controversy

The Whole City Needs to Pay Attention to What Is Happening in West Dallas

A new report puts the pending mass eviction in West Dallas within the context of a wider affordable housing shortage throughout Dallas.
By Peter Simek
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Business

A Story About Affordable Housing That You’ll Actually Enjoy Reading

Jose Santos Coria sounds like an interesting fellow.
By Tim Rogers