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Changes to Matrix Auto Email Verbiage

Changes to Matrix Auto Email Verbiage Information Courtesy of NTREIS Minor changes were made to the Auto Email default messaging, which are displayed below. “Current” reflects the old messaging and “New” reflects the changes just made. The default email is clearer and more concise and can still be customized by the agent. Categories CCAR Events…

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Changes to National Flood Insurance Program will Have Significant Impact on Real Estate Industry

Changes to National Flood Insurance Program will Have Significant Impact on Real Estate Industry By Ronald Hodges, REALTOR®, Member of CCAR’s REALTOR®/Lender Committee   Key Changes FEMA-NFIP Effective Oct. 1, 2021, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) made significant changes to the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) factoring into insurance pricing modeling more elements that…

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Have You Seen Us in the News Lately?

Have You Seen Us in the News Lately? The real estate market is on top of many North DFW residents’ minds, and CCAR is proud to be a leading source of market information. Have you seen us in the news lately? Home sales continue to outpace new listings in Collin County, as median price jumps…

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Collin County Resumes Familiar Trajectory of Shrinking Inventory

Collin County Resumes Familiar Trajectory of Shrinking Inventory The Collin County Association of Realtors (CCAR) reports that despite seeing signs of possible housing market stabilization in July, August home sales outpaced new listings, continuing the familiar trajectory of shrinking inventory. In August, 7.0% fewer new listings entered the market (1,710 vs. 1,839) and 8.2% more…

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Be a REALTOR® In Action on NTX Giving Day

Be a REALTOR® In Action on NTX Giving Day Donate Now What happens when a refrigerator of food spoils from lost power and a family can’t afford to replace it? Where do North Texas non-profits get funding to continue to care for the community? One place funding can be found and refrigerators filled is the…

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Signs of a Stabilizing Real Estate Market Emerge in Collin County

Signs of a Stabilizing Real Estate Market Emerge in Collin County The Collin County Association of Realtors (CCAR) reports that July showed signs of a stabilizing housing market as new listings and homes under contract remain stable when compared to the year prior. In July, 1.1% fewer new listings entered the market (2,224 vs. 2,249)…

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Collin County’s Home Inventory Crisis Becomes the New Norm

Collin County’s Home Inventory Crisis Becomes the New Norm The Collin County Association of Realtors (CCAR) reports that, despite increased profits, homeowners remained reluctant to sell in June. This continued reluctance increased ongoing inventory shortages, as demand remained strong for North Texas homes. In June, homes remained on the market for 15 days, 70.0% less…

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