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Record Low Interest Rates Driving Home Sales in Highland Park, Texas

The most prestigious housing market in Texas has turned red hot. The upscale Highland Park, Texas community is attracting buyers from all over the world to the ultimate luxury community in Texas. Located conveniently near downtown Dallas, it is the preferred address in the Dallas area that’s more affordable than ever.

Million dollar villas line the streets of this Beverly Hills style-area of Dallas. Upscale shopping, great restaurants, tree lined streets and some of the best schools in the entire state are just some of the benefits of Highland Park, Texas.

Along with the villa style homes, a number of homes priced around $400,000 to $600,000 are attracting over taxed buyers from…

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Ever heard of Highland Park, Texas? Well it’s the third wealthiest area in Texas based on per capita income and is conveniently just minutes away from the hot downtown area of Dallas.

Tree lined streets and professionally manicured gardens dot the landscape of estate villas. While there are million dollar homes available to leave a legacy for generations, Highland Park, Texas also has homes priced about the same as an average house in popular areas of Southern California.

Now you can live in luxury in Highland Park, Texas where excellent schools, superb shopping and upscale amenities attract homebuyers. With the real estate market soft and record low interest rates, it’s a perfect time to check out homes in the select Highland Park, Texas community.

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Not talking about food here, we're talking flooring. The kitchen floor sees a tremendous amount of wear and tear, but if you're thinking about redoing your kitchen floor before your put your home on the market, or you're in the market for a home and you're wondering what to look for, there are several things to consider.

Kitchen with linoleum floorsThe primary factor to think about when you're talking about kitchen floors is traffic/usage. Who is in your home and what kind of wear and tear are you expecting? If you rarely cook, hardwood is a beautiful choice for a kitchen. Cork can also be a great addition, with its sound and heat insulating properties and its ability to cushion your feet while you cook. Tile is durable, timeless, and can be very cost effective. Linoleum is a…

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