Each year we've reminded folks of tips to appeal your higher property tax, and we've seen good results. With inflation of common goods, now is not a good time to see your far higher housing value cost you taxes. So, the appeal is fairly simple and lower taxes can help your wallet a lot.
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We live in a unique place that is beginning to see the "returns" on what our metroplex industry and liveability means for homeowners.
Dallas News says, "Middle-income Dallas-Fort Worth homeowners made an average $167,560 from their homes over the last 10 years, while the same group on the national level made $122,100, according to a new report from the National Association of Realtors."
This is part of why we love working with people and their homes. We hope the fruit of these investments is both living in a place you really love as well as becoming a source of income and value for each of us. For now, it's true in D-FW. The property is worth it.
Our market, like the nationwide reactions, has been in flux. Predictions remain steady, with the idea that buyers are seeing more and more homes on the market. Overall, it's still a good time to buy and sell.
Yes, interest rates have risen. But they are not forecasted to go down soon. Instead, higher rates usually mean home prices go lower, and thus a buyer can get in to something good and get passed renting.
The Uplifting D-FW news remains: our area has seen such growth in homes and jobs that the market here will be stable and valuable for investments.
Source: Yahoo Finance
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