“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.
In a WalletHub study ranking America’s Best Real Estate Markets, Frisco is No. 1 in Texas and No. 3 nationwide overall. In the Affordability & Economic Environment subrankings, Frisco takes the national top spot.
For 2020, our floorcast sees five main trends in flooring for new homes. These include realistic wood-look flooring in ceramic, laminate and other easy-care materials, along with new choices in waterproof flooring, textured looks and personalized patterns.
For 2020, consumers are tiring of stark grays and looking for colors that delight the senses. Blue is the easiest possible entry point from the world of neutrals to the world of color, so maybe that’s why blues are all the rage for this year’s Color of the Year selections from leading paint companies and color experts.
Smart home technology, open floor plans and peace-of-mind warranties are just a few of the reasons new homes are better than resale ones. Add in amenities like Fields House and Fields Park, available in master-planned communities like Hollyhock, and the choice becomes obvious.
Nearly half of renters regret not buying, and even more regret not building equity. Other major regrets include no private outdoor living space, limits on pet ownership and unlikeable neighbors. These regrets are all easy fixes at Hollyhock, offering new homes priced from the high $300,000s at a time when interest rates are under 4%.
The beautifully decorated model homes at Hollyhock are filled with inspiring ideas for architectural features, indoor/outdoor living areas, and even bold accent walls. Here are five of our favorites, with more to come as we continue this series.
The average interest rate for a 30-year mortgage recently fell below 4%, prompting the financial advice website Bankrate to call it an “unexpected gift” for borrowers. Low-interest rates are just part of an overall positive outlook for today’s homebuyers.
Trophy Signature’s new Plaza model home in Hollyhock showcases a unique approach to upscale homebuilding, with modern and traditional design both inside and out, and a long list of included features that leave virtually no room for extra-cost options.
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.
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 Hollyhock, and with interest rates predicted to stay near their recent historical lows.
Landon Homes invites home shoppers to tour its decorated showcase home in Hollyhock. It’s a great way to discover Landon’s signature blend of design, value and amenities before its official grand opening later this spring.
Frisco is the best real estate market in the nation for homebuyers, according to a new report from WalletHub, which analyzed 22 key metrics in 300 U.S. cities. Frisco ranks No. 1 overall, and is also No. 1 for “affordability and economic environment.”
More people are telecommuting in the Dallas area, and in fact a whopping 76% of Dallasites would be more likely to accept a job offer if they could work from home. Good thing Hollyhock’s homebuilders are offering many kinds of productive home offices.
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.
This is a popular time of year for moving, and with these 9 tips from Realtor.com, you can enjoy a stress-free move and start enjoying your new community. We also have a 10th tip that makes it easy to fit right in at active, sociable communities like Hollyhock.
With mortgage interest rates rising, we created a new infographic to compare how much it could cost to buy a home next year instead of now. Over 30 years, the monthly difference could add up to college tuition.
Dallas ranks No. 1 on the “Where To Invest in Housing In 2017” list from Forbes magazine. Solid economic indicators including job growth, population growth, and year-over-year home price growth vaulted Dallas to the top of the 20 U.S. markets on the list.
The best way to experience David Weekley’s new Northington model home in Hollyhock is to visit in person, so you can also walk across the street to see Fields Park and the Fields House community center.
As you plan your new home, one of the most important decisions is selecting the floor plan. The arrangement of rooms, the flow from one room to another and the use of space help determine the feel of your new home.
Amid Hollyhock’s lineup of well-known and respected homebuilders is a new luxury brand, Britton Homes. Britton Homes is part of Perry Homes, one of the largest and most respected homebuilders in Texas, now in its 49th year.
In most new homes today, the media room is upstairs, away from the main living areas. For its two new model homes in Hollyhock, Highland Homes is turning this formula upside down, locating the media room downstairs, near the kitchen and family room.
David Weekley Homes, the nation’s largest private homebuilder, has created seven brand-new floor plans for Hollyhock, with Custom Choices and floor plan options to fit many different lifestyles and life stages.
If you’re among the growing number of homebuyers looking for a design that’s ideal for living with grandparents, in-laws, adult children and other family members, you’ll love Coventry Homes new spacious one-story model which will display Coventry’s popular GenFlex option.
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.