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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. $7M luxury-estate taxed as pasture

Budagher is a successful businessman and real estate investor who grew up in Albuquerque and now lives in Dallas. He also owns an 8,000 square-foot, $3.5 million French Renaissance chateau in Tanoan, and a $1 million mansion in Dallas. The North
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Why Are Texas Housing Markets So Healthy?

But, it's also a manageable commute to Dallas, so business professionals who want to work in the big city, but don't want to live in one, can also call McKinney home. This is just one example of why Texas is a real estate goldmine, and there are plenty
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Maple Avenue apartment building boom keeps going with new deals

The developer has already gotten the property rezoned and has taken out a permit to demolish the old industrial buildings on the property. Encore's development site is right next door to JLB Partners' new 300-unit Eon apartment project at 6008 Maple.
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Dallas co. buys $60M in Austin retail property

The two retail properties are strong assets in an economically strong city, said Steve Lipscomb, a partner and co-founder of the real estate investment firm. West Woods Shopping Center, at the intersection of Bee Caves Road and Walsh Tarlton Lane, is
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what Obama election means for Dallas real estate | Candy's Dirt …

This was the topic I had to sputter on yesterday morning at the East Dallas M.L.S. meeting over at Lubys on Mockingbird. And here I am with my two favorite
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