$2.2 Million Gets You Dinner With Emmitt Smith and His Great Big House

Dallas Cowboy Hall of Famer Emmitt Smith has his home on the market for $2.2 million with dinner on him thrown in.

Texas homebuyers broaden in diversity, household composition while affordability challenges grow

A new Texas Home buyers and Sellers Report released today by the Texas Association of Realtors revealed growing diversity in the household composition and ethnicity of Texas homeowners as well as rising housing affordability challenges across the state.

Affordable homes becoming scarce in the Lone Star State

Texas is home to some of the strongest performing housing markets in the nation, but recent reports show the market for homes $150,000 of less is quickly drying up.

Frisco Home Prices Rapidly Rising, Along With the Population

The wealthy city of Frisco, Texas is growing rapidly as house prices and the population are increasing. It is expected that this trend will continue, as the median listed house price in Frisco is in excess of $400,000, even at a time when many other real estate markets are declining or are static.

Shannon Schmitz Group to be Title Sponsor for Pink in the Park

The Shannon Schmitz Group is to be the Title Sponsor of Pink in the Park, which is supporting Susan G. Komen® Austin. People are being invited to come and be part of the ”great pink out” to support breast cancer awareness on Saturday, July 27, and to see the Round Rock Express play the Memphis Redbirds.

Regent Property Group Announces Donna Harris has Joined Their Team

Regent Property Group in Austin has announced that it has expanded its agent base with experienced luxury homes REALTOR® Donna Harris. Regent Property Group is a front-runner in Austin home search technological capabilities and has been steadily growing its team of agents. It is also physically expanding to a Bee Cave Road office in Westlake.

How to Be Energy Efficient During Texas Summers

Texas does everything big, and that includes the summer heat. Air conditioning bills can soar during the long, hot summers the Lone Star state experiences. But there are still plenty of ways to save money on summer cooling bills without breaking a sweat. With a bit of practice, you can keep your family comfortable and your energy bill manageable.

North Texas Sales Down – But Jobs Up

Bad news from Texas tells of the ninth consecutive monthly decline in North Texas single family home sales. Although prices have been up, the number of sales has been down by over 17 percent from last year’s total. Across the 29 county span of northern Texas, the industry continues to dive into a slump with no end in sight.

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