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The Collin County Association of Realtors reports home shopping was on many North Texans’ back-to-school lists in August, as home sales continued to outpace inventory. Collin County had 58.6% more homes under contract in August 2020 compared to the same time last year, and 8.8% fewer new listings (1,811 vs. 1,986). A combination that further…

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Originally Published in the September 2020 Edition of North DFW Real Producers Magazine Dear Realtors, I know you make money when you sale a property, but when I ask you what you love most about your job, you’re not likely to cite pay first. You help your clients achieve part of the American dream. Whether helping a…

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On Aug. 24, 2020, The Commissioners Court approved the Collin CARES Small Business Grant Program, setting aside $15 million of CARES Act funds for businesses physically operating within Collin County, exclusive of the City of Dallas. Up to a $25,000 grant per business will be awarded for eligible businesses that experienced a gross revenue loss…

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Our incredible membership made August 2020 one to remember! Check out the stats below from two of our August events–you’ll probably see a name you recognize! Bust ’em Out Thank you to all our jailbirds and members who participated in CCAR’s Bust’em Out event! Because of you, we were able to raise $21,776 for TREPAC!…

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Are you are an expense and revenue person? Do you love a good budget? We have just the thing for you! Apply before Oct. 1, 2020 to serve on the CCAR Budget and Finance Committee for a term of Jan. 1, 2021-Dec. 31, 2022. The mission of the Budget and Finance Committee is to oversee…

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The Collin County Association of Realtors (CCAR) reports that home prices began to react to increased demand as record low interest rates motivated Collin County buyers. In July, Collin County had virtually the same number of new listings as July 2019 (2,211 vs. 2,216) and 40.2% more homes under contract. A combination that continued to…

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More Texas households own a home than ever. According to the latest Texas Housing Insight report from the Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University, the state’s homeownership rate hit a record 67.5 percent in June. “Despite falling sales in April and May, Texas’ second quarter homeownership rate was the highest since record-keeping began in…

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