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Get Water Smart as Summer Approaches

by Christie Cannon

 

From Free Check-ups to Discounted Rain Barrel Sales, you may be surprised by how helpful your city really wished to be!
Frisco
http://www.ci.frisco.tx.us/177/Water-Resources
McKinney
http://www.mckinneytexas.org/waterrestrictions/
Plano
http://www.plano.gov/220/Water-Conservation-Restrictions-Home
Allen
http://www.cityofallen.org/929/Water-Conservation
Prosper
http://www.prospertx.gov/government/departments/water-conservation/
Little Elm
http://www.littleelm.org/index.aspx?nid=809
WaterMyYard
https://watermyyard.org/#/Location
NorthTXWaterIQ
http://northtexaswateriq.org/

Be water smart as we enter the summer!

Ok, so maybe this isn't the most fun topic for the spring; especially after another season of flash flooding & huge rains, but it wasn't that long ago when our lakes & lawns were suffering under long drought.

Once again, as we prepare to enter the summer season, it is time for us to be good stewards of our resources. Fortunately, most city's are actually eager to assist home owners & tenants alike! 

From Free Check-ups to Discounted Rain Barrel Sales, Rebates, & Incentives - you may be surprised by how helpful your city really can to be!

DFW growth brought almost 80,000 to the area last year

by Christie Cannon

In one of Steve Brown's most recent articles with the Dallas Morning News, Mr Brown does an excellent job of boiling down some of last year's census numbers into easy to digest numbers.  Between mid 2014 & mid 2015, the DFW area saw in increase of approx 78,000 people to the area.  Collin, Denton, & Tarrant counties led the way with 20K, 19K, & 18K people new to the area!  This equates to approx 6,500 people per month coming in the area! 

This influx of new folks to the DFW area continues to highlight a growing struggle between rising housing costs, a lag in new construction, & low pre-owned home inventory

Have questions of how this & other real estate news may affect your home in the market, please feel free to give me a call!

Christie Cannon - 469-951-9588

 

Frisco TX New Home Communities Continue to Pop Up!

by Christie Cannon

Driving the streets of Frisco TX, it is easy to see our continued growth.  The strength of Frisco's growth & new development is easy find by the number of new communities that continue to spring up!

By no means comprehensive, below is a list of some of the latest new home communities in Frisco TX:

 

  1. Avondale
  2. Belmont Woods
  3. Bretton Woods
  4. Collingsbrook Farms
  5. Emory Park
  6. Estates at Rockhill
  7. Gables at Ohio
  8. Glen View
  9. Hollyhock
  10. Lexington
  11. Millstone Estates
  12. Rockhill at Preston
  13. Sonntag Tract
  14. The Heights at Rockhill
  15. Twin Creeks
  16. Villages of Creekwood
  17. Villas of Doe Creek

 

Check back soon as we continue to expand & describe the buiders, pricing, location, & features of each new home community.

As always, if you have questions - please call Christie Cannon & The Christie Cannon Team at 469-951-9588 

 

  • Christie Cannon
  • 469-951-9588
  • www.christiecannon.com
  • Keller Williams Frisco TX
  • 4783 Preston Rd #100 Frisco TX 75034

 

Frisco RoughRiders Unveil Plans For Lazy River

by Christie Cannon

The Frisco's RoughRider's stadium is about to go over-the-top with a lazy river & pool!  Just in case the game gets slow - check out the lazy river & pool / party zone for the outfield!

Check the video below to see the amazing new concept!

The Latest National Real Estate Trends

by Christie Cannon

Looking for the latest in national real estate numbers?  Here Christie Cannon of Keller Williams Frisco TX discusses some of the latest in real estate trends & real estate market information from the latest National Association of REALTORs reporting. 

Looking to find out more about your local market & your specific community?

Please give Christie Cannon & The Christie Cannon Team a call at 469-951-9588

or find us at www.christiecannon.com 

4783 Preston Rd #100 Frisco TX 75034

Storm & High Winds Take Down Frisco TX Silo!

by Christie Cannon

I have talked about the Frisco TX;s unique silos previously.  Unfortunately, in a storm today, one silo fell to the wind!  It appears that high winds took the silo off its foundation! 
Here is to hoping that Frisco is able to move forward on a project with the existing space that will continue to bring value to our great city!
Best of luck & prayers to any one affected by the storm. 

- Christie Cannon, Keller Williams Frisco TX

Vision Drives Frisco 's Development

by Christie Cannon

Many factors have driven forward Frisco TX 's real estate & development vision.  The Frisco Economic Council is one of the chief "driver's" in Frisco's long-term economic growth.  In the below video, the EDC reflects on the vision that spurred the amazing real estate growth in Frisco & continue to shape our city.

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Where are Americans moving to?

by Christie Cannon

- Christie Cannon - Keller-Williams-Frisco

Experts weigh in on low inventory

by Christie Cannon

Keller Williams Frisco -  Housing Supply

The most common questions that I am asked over the last month relate to the continued decline in the inventory of pre-owned houses on the market.  While the last 30-days have seen an increase in supply, we still remain well below historic levels.

Natioanl experts have been weighing in on the lack of supply & the future of inventory in 2016:

Calculated Risk:

“Low inventory is probably holding down sales in many areas.”

Capital Economics:

“A lack of housing inventory continues to drive developments in the market. As demand has slowly recovered, low inventory levels have weighed on home sales.”

Frank Nothaft, Chief Economist for CoreLogic:

“Many markets have experienced a low inventory of homes for sale along with strong buyer demand... These conditions are likely to persist as we enter 2016.”

Doug Duncan,Chief Economist at Fannie Mae:

“Several factors point to constrained housing affordability in 2016, particularly for first-time home buyers, including slow single-family supply response and limited inventory of starter homes on the market.”

Lawrence Yun, Chief Economist at NAR:

“Sparse inventory and affordability issues continue to impede a large pool of buyers’ ability to buy, which is holding back sales.”

While real estate is hyper-local, the national trends support what we have been seeing in our local market.  Buyer demand continues to out-pace supply in many areas & at many prices.  

 - Christie Cannon - KW Frisco

DFW housing continues despite oil & gas concerns

by Christie Cannon

Corporate growth & an influx of out of state buyers continue to sustain North Dallas' housing market growth.  Steve Brown of the Dallas Morning News wrote an excellent article expressing the positives of North Texas' continued growth, as well a continued concern of both buyers and builders with regards to the climbing prices.  With the full impact of corporate relocations (Toyota, State Farm, Charles Schwab, JPMorgan Chase, etc) not yet fully realized, the housing market is not likely letting up for the foresee able future.

- Christie Cannon of Keller Williams Frisco

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Christie Cannon
Keller Williams Realty
4783 Preston Road. Ste 100
Frisco TX 75034
469-951-9588
972-215-7747
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