Texas employers added 36600 jobs in October, reflecting the housing rebound

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Uptown Dallas

Uptown Dallas is one of the neighborhoods that gives Dallas its metropolitan feel and, as such, has earned a reputation as one of the more “high-brow” and trendy areas of town. Located just north of downtown Dallas and east of Oaklawn, Uptown is a popular place for young professionals to both live and play. As far as rental and residential solutions, there are a number of high-rises, townhomes, and apartments that cover the area. The State Thomas and West Village areas combine city living with street level retail to give residents a true urban living experience. This city style living comes at a cost, though, and makes Uptown one of the most expensive areas in Dallas to rent or buy. Most of the development in the area is relatively new, having been built within the past 10 to 20 years, and new developments are popping up every day. Make no mistake, real estate prices in Uptown are only headed up. HousingWire Expands REO Expo, Launches REX2013

DALLAS, TX, Nov 16, 2012 (MARKETWIRE via COMTEX) — HousingWire announced today that the company's highly-anticipated fourth annual real estate industry event has been scheduled for June 2-4, 2013 in Fort Worth, Texas. Formerly known as REO
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Texas employers added 36600 jobs in October, reflecting the housing rebound

Robert Dye, chief economist for Dallas-based Comerica Bank, said the housing rebound has a twofold effect. “The housing industry is putting construction workers and real estate agents back to work. That's the direct effect,” he said. “Then there's an
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