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Elena Garrett, Realtor in Dallas Texas - My Blog

#Elena’s December 2020 Real Estate Update for Renters

Getting ready to move? Prepare to compete for housing DREAMING OF SWAPPING YOUR CRAMPED APARTMENT FOR A HOUSE WITH A BIG YARD AND A POOL? And so are other renters in the area! The sudden changes brought by COVID have resulted in a larger than usual number of renters looking Read more…

#Elena’s December 2020 Real Estate Update for Sellers

Selling Your House in the Age of COVID-19 SHOULD YOU BE SELLING YOUR HOUSE IN THE MIDDLE OF PANDEMIC? Well.. yes!!!! As the recent DFW housing market stats have shown, an economic downturn paired up with a global pandemic can cause a surprising and sudden jump in housing prices. This Read more…

#Elena’s December 2020 Real Estate Update for BUYERS

Could a 1% interest rate drop add $30,000 to your home buying budget? IF YOU HAVE BEEN ON THE FENCE ABOUT BUYING A HOUSE, start paying attention to the current interest rates. As per BankRate.com, the average rate for a 30-year fixed-rate mortgage is 2.86 percent as of December 21, Read more…

Impact of COVID on the 2020 housing market in DFW

Since the COVID epidemic started in April-March of 2020, most analysts were predicting dire scenarios for the real estate market. The overall expectation was the home prices would crash and foreclosures would soar due to high rates of unemployment and economic uncertainty. A large number of investors and a lot Read more…

PodGirl’s Open House COVID Fund Donation Program

How can YOU help to donate to COVID front line workers? Here are 4 simple steps.
1. Stop by any open house that I am hosting
2. Take a funny picture of yourself with #PodGirl
3. Post it on your social media
4. I will donate $5 for each person or a couple that came in.

Easter Bunny’s March 2020 Real Estate Update

Good morning, North Texas! It is Easter morning of 2020, we are in the midst of the COVID-19 epidemic, and the clouds are hanging over the Texas residential real estate market. Or do they?