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January Newsletter – 2020 Recap

Now that 2020 is in our rearview mirror, we can take a look back and review it. I think we can all agree that this time last year, we had no idea what we were in for. We couldn’t have predicted a pandemic that would disrupt everything in our...
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December Newsletter- Goodbye 2020

Goodbye, 2020! I think that we can all agree that this year has been unlike any that we have experienced and no one saw it coming. As real estate appraisers, we analyze markets, and this year has proved the difficulty of predicting what markets will do....
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Being Grateful – November Newsletter

One of the more surprising things of 2020 has been strong activity in the housing markets. We have seen the highest sales prices within the past three months in Denton, Collin, Dallas & Tarrant counties....
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Happy Thanksgiving

Happy Thanksgiving from Shannon Slater on Vimeo. Happy Thanksgivingfrom the DW Slater Company It has been a very unexpected year for all of us and through it all, we are giving thanks. We believe in giving thanks in all things.  We give thanks to you, our clients that have...
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September Newsletter- Inventory Falling with the Leaves

Photo by Irina Iriser from Pexels The weather is just slightly starting to cool here in North Texas. It is officially the season of fall and the leaves have started to change, ever so slightly. Soon we will be pulling out our sweaters and jackets! Even though I have lived in Texas...
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5 Things You Should Research Before Downsizing During the Pandemic

This is a guest post from blogger Mike Longsdon with Elder Freedom. Elder Freedom is an organization of advocates working for the older adults of our community. It is our mission to help locate resources, events, and engagement opportunities to help enrich the lives of seniors. Thank you for...
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Summer Heat Amid a Pandemic-July Newsletter

We are now into the very hot months of summer in North Texas with average temperatures of 96 degrees (not factoring in heat indexes in the triple digits). The housing market has been on a pandemic pause but last month has moved upward. As this pandemic is lasting longer...
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