If you’re rated 8/10 or higher on GreatSchools.com, you’re likely going to be in that area where school district drives your sales.
For example, a home that would sell for $310,000 in the summer months would probably only sell for $300,000 in winter.
Ground will be breaking in April 2018 on The Edge, the first new Coppell-based office development in likely more than a decade. Located off of 121 Frontage Rd and the southwest corner of N. Denton Tap Rd in Coppell, the building site will encompass approximately 5.4 acres.
Nail & Key Real Estate services is the first real estate group in Dallas/Fort Worth to sell a condo accepting the world’s first cryptocurrency, Bitcoin.
If you're currently using Zillow or plan to use this tool to assist your home search, it's important to understand the "Zestimate" feature of the app.
Nail & Key co-founder, Brandt Barham, specializes in investment properties. Read his valuable insights below before you purchase a foreclosure.
Young? Long-time renter? Afraid you're not ready to invest in a home? It's time to STOP RENTING. You may be more ready than you think. Our trusted local lender of Integrity Mortgage, Brittany Wilson, shares about why you should consider buying instead of renting.
If you checked your mail in the last week or so, you’ve likely received your 2017 tax assessment for your property. As far as property taxes go, it’s been a rough couple of years for DFW’s middle class. In 2016, we saw some record valuation spikes, and 2017 hasn’t been any kinder to most.Rioting and disputing your valuation are certainly acceptable responses and Nail & Key can assuredly help you with the latter. Here’s what you need to do.
THE FUTURE OF HOME-SELLING MIGHT HAVE JUST HIT THE DFW METROPLEX. Opendoor, a Silicon Valley startup, has allegedly reconfigured the entire home-selling process for you– modernizing an industry that has seen little change over time.
There are horror stories in the DFW housing market right now. Putting your offer in only to find out that you’re competing with 13 other bids and it goes for $10,000 above asking price. You’re not alone. Hundreds of families across the Metroplex are shaking their heads and saying “the market is just so hot right now.”