The most expensive home sold in Lake Highlands cost $1.15 million

The Dallas real estate market could be heading for a swift cool-down, some experts say. An academic report by Florida Atlantic University warned in December that Dallas and Denver, which have strong economies and rapidly increasing real estate values, are in a bubble that could burst soon. Other experts say there’s nothing to panic about as the market is expected to grow 4 percent in 2019. 






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