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Collin County Market Moves in a New Direction

Collin County Market Moves in a New Direction The Collin County Association of Realtors (CCAR) reports the Collin County housing market may be moving in a new direction as home inventory increased despite fewer new listings in July, possibly due to slowed buyer demand. In July, 4.1% fewer homes entered the market compared to the…

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National News: Existing-Home Sales Slid 5.4% in June

National News: Existing-Home Sales Slid 5.4% in June Existing-home sales dropped for the fifth straight month in June, according to the National Association of REALTORS®. Three out of four major U.S. regions experienced month-over-month sales declines and one region held steady. Year-over-year sales sank in all four regions. Total existing-home sales,1 https://www.nar.realtor/existing-home-sales, completed transactions that include…

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Get the Most Out of Premium Map Layers

Get the Most Out of Premium Map Layers Premium Map layers are now available in Realist for NTREIS members. Premium Map Layers is an advanced feature that makes it easy to filter and identify opportunities on the map using color-coded property parcels.   Check out this step-by-step PDF or follow along with a video tutorial to…

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June Provides an Edge for Some Weary Homebuyers

June Provides an Edge for Some Weary Homebuyers The Collin County Association of Realtors (CCAR) reports that homes continued to sell quickly and for more money than one year ago despite an increase in housing inventory. Collin County had 23.8% more new listings in June compared to the year prior (2,590 vs. 2,092), providing homebuyers…

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Rise of the ARM

Rise of the ARM By Marc Starr, NMLS# 230875, Supreme Lending and Member of CCAR’s REALTOR® & Lender Committee “Today’s ARM [Adjustable Rate Mortgage] is not your father’s ARM, and is worthy of being considered. Especially for people who plan on moving or paying off the loan before it resets” -Marc Starr Conventional and Jumbo…

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Finally! Increased Inventory in Collin County

Finally! Increased Inventory in Collin County The Collin County Association of REALTORS® is happy to report increased inventory. However, the long-anticipated headline proved to be lackluster for homebuyers as home prices continued to rise. In May, a 17.6% increase in home inventory had no visible impact on the pace of buyers’ offers. Last month, homes…

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Do you Love a Balanced Budget?

Do you Love a Balanced Budget? Are you an expense and revenue person? Do you love a good budget? We have just the thing for you! Apply before June 13, 2022, to serve on the CCAR Budget and Finance Committee. An opening has become available for a term beginning now through Dec. 31, 2023. The…

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Watch: April 2022 Real Estate Rundown

Watch: April 2022 Real Estate Rundown Wondering what the Collin County real estate market was like in April 2022? Get all the information you need in this one-minute video displaying key market indicators. Categories CCAR Events CCAR News Government Affairs Lone Star Homes Market Trends North DFW Real Producers Magazine Professional Development Spotlight Uncategorized Archives…

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Home Sales Remain Steady as Prices Continue to Climb

Home Sales Remain Steady as Prices Continue to Climb The Collin County Association of Realtors (CCAR) reports steady home sales despite limited inventory driving home prices upward. In April, relatively the same number of homes went under contract as the year prior (1,512 vs. 1,518) for 109.4% of their original list price after remaining on…

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Blair Taylor Elected 2023 Secretary/Treasurer, 2023-2025 Directors Elected

Blair Taylor Elected 2023 Secretary/Treasurer, 2023-2025 Directors Elected At its April 28, 2022 meeting, the CCAR Board of Directors elected Blair Taylor to serve as 2023 Secretary/Treasurer. In addition, the following individuals were elected to serve as 2023-2025 Directors: Bill Cox, Barry Hardman, Nick Kline, and Terry Macaluso. Please join us in congratulating all our…

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