Among the 10 most expensive North Texas properties to hit the market or sell this year, none were listed for less than $11 million.
While developers are busy building homes for residents flocking to the region for jobs and new opportunities, the local luxury market continues to flourish. Mansions, ranches, and even entire lakes have been put up for sale or snapped up by those looking for high-dollar properties.
Four of the most expensive properties marketed or sold in North Texas so far this year…
A lakeside estate in Fort Bend County that previously was listed for nearly $2.9 million is going up for auction.
New York-based Concierge Auctions will sell the estate at or above $1.8 million in cooperation with Cathy Stubbs of The Cathy Stubbs Team Sugar Land Realtors. Online bidding will open Oct. 23 and close Oct. 26.
Click through the slideshow for a look at the estate.
The property is on roughly 1.25 acres at 10 Retreat Blvd. within The Retreat at Sovereign Shores subdivision in Richmond,…
When it comes to new single-family home development, Collin County is showing no signs of slowing down. But just how fast is Collin County planning new home growth? More than twice as fast as Dallas County and steps ahead of Tarrant and Denton, data shows.
A local firm is planning to bring residential, retail and commercial space to downtown Richardson.
As first reported by the Dallas Morning News, Catalyst Urban Development has received approval from Richardson’s planning and zoning commission for the construction of Town Central. The mixed-use project will be located on 14.5 acres along Main Street between a Chase Bank building and the DART rail line.
Included in the development will be 430 apartments and townhouses, over 20,000 square feet of…
A small town in Collin County will soon be home to a large, mixed-use development featuring residential, commercial and retail uses.
Princeton, which has a trade area population of just under 40,000 residents and is located east of McKinney, will be the site of Princeton Crossroads, a 297-acre project anchored by the town’s city hall. Plans call for a city park, a commercial and retail center, an apartment development, single-family homes and townhomes.
It will all be located on an undeveloped…
A new study by LendingTree found “everything is bigger in Texas” – including houses.
Austin, Houston and Dallas were named among the top 10 in a report ranking home sizes in major cities across the country. According to the Census Bureau, the median size of new homes completed in the second quarter of 2018 was 2,412 square feet.
While the median home size among the three Texas cities was smaller than the national average, it’s not by much. The average Dallas home, for example, is 1,862…