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Whether you’re looking to purchase a home, putting yours up for sale, or exploring rental options, get up-to-date information about the Dallas real estate market all in one place.

  • Median home price: $154,000.
  • Median rent: $937.
  • Unemployment: 5.9%.
  • Population: 1,300,122.
  • Median age: 32.5.




Dallas Real Estate Market Forecast 2022

Could 2022 be Another Record Year for the Dallas Real Estate Market?

The current median home price and the total sales volume in 2021 set new records for the Dallas-Fort Worth metro area. Learn more.

The Dallas real estate market: Stats and trends for 2022

Real estate investors love Dallas, and it’s easy to see why: jobs, big-city excitement, quaint suburbs, and warm climate and quality of life. Read more.

Dallas Housing Market

Take a look at this Dallas housing market summary.


Dallas Real Estate Market Forecast 2023

Is a Big Price Drop Coming?

Dallas housing market predictions for 2023 suggest that a cooling trend could be coming. Learn more.

Dallas Real Estate Market 2023

Are you considering investing in Dallas? On this website, you’ll learn about housing market trends and statistics to make the decision.

Is the Dallas Housing Market Slowing Down?

Home prices may not be skyrocketing at the same rate that they were last year, but the appreciation continues. Learn more.


Dallas Real Estate Market News

Dallas-Fort Worth named the No. 2 real estate market to watch in 2023

The real estate market may be changing, but Dallas is still one of the hottest in the U.S. as we head into 2023. Read more.

Dallas-Fort Worth sees its largest decline in home sales in more than a decade

The median price of a home in the metro area fell below $400,000 for the first time since March. Learn more.

North Texas housing market cools, but challenges remain

The housing market appears to be cooling off in North Texas, but home prices are climbing in towns that were once considered way out in the boonies. Read more.


Average Home Price in Dallas 2022

Homes in Dallas are becoming less affordable for average earners

Dallas appears among the latest cities where house and condo price appreciation is outpacing the earnings of the majority of residents. Learn more.

Dallas, TX Housing Market

Take a look a this Dallas housing report.

Dallas County Home Values

Read Zillow’s Dallas home prices report here.



How urban farming transformed a Dallas community

Boton, a forgotten food desert in Dallas, is slowly changing thanks to this initiative. Learn more.

Assessing blight and its economic impacts: A case study of Dallas, TX

While much has been written about sustainable cities, few have explored the concept of “blight” in the context of community viability. Check out this article to learn more.



Dallas Crime Map

With a crime rate of 45 per one thousand residents, Dallas has one of the highest crime rates in America compared to all communities of all sizes. Read more.

Dallas News

Keep up with the latest news of the city here!

Top Real Estate Agents

There are a total of 11,690 real estate agents active in Dallas. Find yours here.



Community Development And Urban Renewal Associations

Community Development Support

Small Business, Leadership, And Community Engagement

Community Support



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