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Two Dallas suburbs have made it on a list of the best cities for first-time buyers.
But don't expect that to mean low housing costs.
Frisco and McKinney were both in WalletHub's new ranking of top spots for first timers heading into the housing market.
WalletHub compared more than two dozen factors for 300 U.S. cities. The ranking included factors of attractiveness, affordability, quality of life, real estate taxes and crime rates.
Frisco and McKinney were the only two Texas cities to land in the top 10 markets for first time buyers.
But buyers in those markets shouldn't expect big housing bargains.
Median preowned single-family home prices were $390,500 in Frisco in the first half of 2018. And in McKinney a mid-priced home will set you back $338,000, according to data from local real estate agents.
That's substantially higher than the overall North Texas median price this year of $258,000.
When it comes to just affordability, the best suburbs are Garland ($202,000) and Mesquite ($175,000).
Nationally, WalletHub says the best places for first time buyers to land are Broken Arrow, Okla and Tampa.
It says the worst home locations for starter housing are Anchorage and Newark. Via a Dallas Morning News...
Do you believe that the real estate market is shifting to a more balanced/buyers market?
I got this email this morning that real estate investment company, Opendoor, will currently suspend buying homes over $300,000 in the Dallas/Fort Worth market.
To me this is further evidence that the shifting real estate market has begun, and that you will see more homes taking longer to sell, more price reductions/corrections, and sellers offering upgrades/incentives to attract buyers to their house.
If you’re on the fence to sell your home, now would be a good time to talk.
Do you love a good Shepard’s Pie, Oh my gosh, I think I have found the best one ever! Delaney’s Irish Pub in McKinney has it and lots of other great menu items like fish and chips, corned beef and cabbage and other traditional Irish and pub grub made in their scratch kitchen.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
The spirit of Ireland is certainly present here at Delaney’s. It will make you want to book your trip to Dublin, to go see the Cliffs of Moher, or simply walk by the ocean in Cork. If you’ve never been to Ireland you’ve never seen green before. It’s overwhelmingly beautiful and the people are some of the most resilient you’ll meet. Sampling the foods of Ireland will connect you to this amazing land. #Delaneys#irish#McKinney#TodaysDFW#TexasPrideRealty
Nik has recently joined a program at our church for adults with special needs called Gateway. On Thursday they had around 18 members come to karaoke. Today a handful of them performed one of their songs in church. I cannot express how nice it is when he has a place to belong. More churches should consider this outreach. It is paired with an adult Sunday school
class for that month’s meeting and they do various activities. Next month the Boy Scouts are bringing them pinewood derby cars to paint and race. Anyway, Nik started a little shy, but by 1:00 in he was doing his own thing 😉. Should have brought his tambourine lol. #sweetnik#wellspring#mckinney
Found this tray in a shop in #mckinney it really got me thinking about something that’s kinda weighing me down lately.... “when do you help people that need help, if helping them will only perpetuate their pattern of not helping themselves?.... when does helping actually become harmful? What I felt like this sign was telling me is no matter how much you want to help someone... we all have to “paddle our own canoe” If someone I care about has paddles and arms....I need to let them paddle their canoe....and if they don’t I can’t keep sinking my canoe trying to get them to shore....And yes! Those are palm trees on my shorts 🌴 #personalresponsibility#paddleyourowncanoe#ownyourshit#niceshoes#giftideas#giftshop#helpyourself