“Back to normal” is the top takeaway from the 2021 housing forecast from the National Association of Realtors. In this blog, we look at how 5 local and national trends will affect homebuyers. The news is mainly positive for those who are ready to buy.
Located just 7 miles from Canyon Falls, the town of Westlake has been quietly transforming itself into one of the nation’s largest financial services hubs, now home to over 13,000 employees. With the coming merger of two of the area’s largest employers, Charles Schwab and TD Ameritrade, Southlake’s role in financial services could grow even larger.
Sometimes we get the feeling we’d like a change of scenery, but how do you know when it’s really time to move? Here are 8 signs to think about, from feeling like you need more (or less) space, to wanting better schools for the kids.
More than half of Millennials have seriously considered moving to a new city, so Meyers Research crunched the numbers to create its new Millennial Desirability Index. Bottom line: Dallas is the No. 1 U.S. city with the most appeal to Millennials born between 1980 and 2000.
This spring is looking like a great time to buy a new home, with more affordable choices now available in leading master-planned communities like Canyon Falls, and with interest rates predicted to stay near their recent historical lows.
Christina Parker has always wanted to be a real estate agent, but didn’t want to start as long as her family was relocating so often. Now that she feels happily settled at Canyon Falls, Christina has earned her license and joined one of the nation’s largest real estate companies.
Meet Ram Konara, the top producing Realtor for Newland Communities in Dallas in 2018. Twenty years ago, Ram was a first-time homebuyer who saw the need for a Realtor to help South Asians understand the home buying process, so he switched careers. Today, he sells up to 1,000 homes a year.
In their first year at Canyon Falls, Julie and Steve Zobrist say they’ve already made more friends than in the entire 16 years they lived in their old neighborhood. That’s just one reason they love their new community.
Even if you don’t have kids in school, you’ll be glad to know that both of the highly regarded school districts serving Canyon Falls have earned the TEA’s highest accountability rating. That’s great for both the kids and property values.
The Argyle and Northwest school districts serving Canyon Falls have both earned A accountability ratings from the Texas Education Agency. All of the campuses attended by Canyon Falls students have also earned the highest possible ratings.
Canyon Falls is proud to be part of two highly regarded public school districts, Argyle ISD and Northwest ISD. We’re also proud to be located just three miles from one of the most acclaimed private college preparatory schools in Texas, Liberty Christian School.
With its grand spiral staircase and optional multigenerational suite, Drees Custom Homes’ Grantley model home in Canyon Falls showcases homes priced from the low $500,000s to $700,000s in the scenic new Dakota neighborhood.
Students at Argyle Middle School, our first onsite school in Canyon Falls, are thriving amid a “culture of excellence.” Principal Scott Gibson tells us what to expect in the new school year and beyond.
Most real estate experts and homeowners agree that schools have an effect on property values, but exactly how much value is added by highly rated public schools? Our infographic summarizes research findings from several respected organizations.
Village Builders is a new name for Canyon Falls and the DFW area, but this “new” builder was actually founded more than 50 years ago, and it’s part of the nation’s largest homebuilding company, Lennar Corp.
Moving to Texas from California, Sabrina and Nico Contreras did careful research before deciding that Canyon Falls was the perfect fit for their family. Flower Mound’s consistent ranking as one of the top cities for families in Texas was one of many factors that sold them on the area.
You know what they say…”one man’s treasure is another one’s, well, old tennis racket.” And when better to avail oneself of their less-than-loved treasures than a big move. Here's where to set up shop...
Selecting the right builder for your needs is easy with these 10 steps. Selecting the right home building firm for your needs and for the type of new home you seek is one of the most important decisions you’ll make in your home buying process.
There's a pair of shoes flurried with dust bunnies in the back of your closet, a spotless set of clubs you bought to impress your boss on the back nine in the garage, and a stack of last year's Fast Company issues on your coffee table.