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Learn about Dallas / Fort Worth Metroplex   The  Dallas / Fort Worth / DFW Metroplex is the fastest-growing metropolitan area in the nation. It’s already the fourth-largest, and it’s been adding 300+ residents per day for the last 30 years!! If you’re interested in DFW Dallas – Fort Worth cashflow investing you’ll want to […]

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You’ve probably heard lots of reasons why Texas cashflow real estate is attractive to investors, and here are ten more… 1. Texas cashflow real estate was less hurt by the Great Recession than the nation as a whole. Texas was still creating jobs when the rest of the economy had already started losing jobs in […]

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Real Estate Guys Radio Featuring Special Guest Professional Investor – David Campbell   Market Spotlight: Creating Cash Flow in Dallas, Texas     Download mp3 TEAM of Experts and Guests o  Host, Robert Helms o Co-Host and Financial Strategist, Russell Gray o The “Godfather” of Real Estate Bob Helms o Professional Real Estate Investor, Developer and […]

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Sales of existing DFW (Dallas – Fort Worth, Texas) single-family homes in August were up 24% from a year ago (aug 2010 to aug 2011), according to the most recent MLS data compiled by the Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University.  Sales in DFW (Dallas County) are up 31%.  Year over year median price […]

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While you know I am a fan of Dallas, TX as a great market to own rental property in, it is also a highly desirable place to LIVE. Each year RelocateAmerica.com researches, identifies and shares the best places to live in America. For 2011, the team found the best communities that are well positioned for […]

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If you have limited your investment real estate search to the properties you can drive to within a few hours of your mid-sized American city, you have limited your search to just 0.0005% of all of the potential real estate investments in the world. (0.0005% is about one drip in a hot tub).  Sadly, many […]

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Fairfield-based Copart will move headquarters to Texas by 2012 By George Avalos Oakland Tribune Copart Inc. will move its headquarters out of  Fairfield and shift its head offices to Texas, the  company said Thursday, a departure that jolts  California’s already wobbly economy. The company, one of the Bay Area’s largest public  companies, employs an estimated […]

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REAL ESTATE CENTER AT TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY:  Home prices increased in the Dallas metropolitan market in 2010, even the prices of distressed homes, according to recent Real Estate Center research. Center researchers found that homes sold by “typical” or “nondistressed” owners in 2010 were 1.2 percent higher, on a per-square-foot basis, than in 2009. The […]

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Learn how to profit from seller financing techniques.

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DALLAS, TX – ” The Occupancy Rate in Dallas is also posting a 4.4% annual growth rate.  Effective Rental Rates are up 1.6%.  Like everywhere else in Texas, the Fourth Quarter of this year is shaping up to be less than stellar.  Don’t panic!  The Dallas Metroplex will rebound with a vengeance once demand returns […]

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Texas employers could expand payrolls by 250,000 jobs or more in 2011, amounting to about a 2.5 percent increase in employment in the state, a Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas economist said Thursday.  Read the full article on the Dallas Morning News. Part of our series of articles on investing in Dallas

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These are only a few reasons why Texas is the fastest growing state in the country.

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According to the Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University, the Texas economy gained 133,100 jobs from August 2009 to August 2010. During the same period, the U.S. economy added 278,000 jobs. Texas produced 48% of all the new jobs in the country in the past year. The state’s private sector posted an annual employment […]

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