Landon Homes Blog

Visionary Builder Offers Homes That Respect the Environment and Your Budget

Landon Homes in North Dallas builds homes that use energy efficient technology to builder better and greener homes that don’t strain your wallets. New homes are built sturdier and use more efficient products – thicker studs that allow for more insullation is just one of many methods Landon Homes incorporate in each of their new homes. Read more about their new homes.


$8,000 First-Time Home Buyers Tax Credit

Do You Qualify for the $8,000 First-Time Home Buyers Tax Credit?It’s easier than you might think……but time’s running out! Learn which homes qualify in Dallas Texas market. If you can buy a new home with warranty at foreclosure pricing, why wouldn’t you? Most people don’t know that home builders have lowered their pricing considerably. Find out if you qualify…


Dallas Foreclosure Homes versus New Homes

Foreclosure homes might seem like the best deal, but new homes are surprisingly affordable, especially by Landon Homes in Dallas. Foreclosure homes come with no warranties, slow closing dates, and other people’s problems. New homes have home warranties, quick move-in dates and have never been lived in. Read about more pitfalls with foreclosure homes.


Where the Jobs Are

Especially in a tough economy, plentiful job opportunities are key to making a great place to live. Collin County was one of 25 counties that have experienced the most job growth over the last eight years.


Dallas – Fort Worth Ranked 3rd Best Housing Market in Report

The Dallas-Fort Worth area is one of the top three housing markets in the country, according to a just-released economic report from the Brookings Institution. The D-FW area ranked third among metro areas that have been the least affected by falling home prices.


Dallas-Fort Worth is No. 2 in New-Home Sales, starts

Despite huge cuts in the residential construction business, Dallas-Fort Worth still ranks second in the country in new-home sales and starts. Only Houston had more new-house construction and sales during the 12-month period ending in March, housing analyst Metrostudy Inc. said Tuesday in a new report.


Survey Shows Dallas-Area Home Prices Gained Nearly 2%

Most Texas home markets continued to eke out tiny increases in home prices in early 2009, according to a new report by First American CoreLogic. Texas home prices were up by just less than 2 percent in the California-based housing analyst’s latest survey released Monday. While Texas prices rose, nationwide home prices in January fell by 11.6 percent compared to a year ago to the lowest level in almost five years.


Market Reports from Metro Study

Since 1980, population in DFW has grown approximately 3,000,000 people or approximately 2.5% per year on average and three have been approximately 750,000 new home closings in DFW, indicating a ratio of 1 new home closing for every 4 people added.


DFW Housing Market Outperforms National Average

The Dallas Fort Worth housing market has historically been one of the healthiest housing markets in the country, and it continues to outperform most of the nation today, even in these challenging times. A strong job market, affordably priced housing, and a business-friendly attitude are among the reasons why the DFW area continues to attract relocation from around the country.