Nancy Bass, Real Estate Pro in Virginia Beach, VA

What is the rental market like in the Historic District ona 2bedroom 2bath.....? Is it a good time to invest Bryan?

Asked by Nancy Bass, Virginia Beach, VA Fri Oct 23, 2009

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It is one of the areas in the metroplex that has kept its values and is always desirable. Preservation Dallas is always on top of things in the area (I'm a member) and rentals do pretty well too. It's close to Baylor hospital so you get a lot of professionals. Rentals start around $1100 to well over 4K.

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This question was posed in 2009 but the historic District is timeless so I will answer it today since you are reading this now. The Historic District spans several neighborhoods including The State Thomas neighborhood of Uptown Dallas, Downtown Dallas, Swiss Avenue, M Streets, Lakewood, East Dallas, Highland Park, University Park and Bryan area to name a few. All are highly desireable neighborhoods to Urban Dwellers. They boast Industrial Lofts downtown, Prairie Style homes, the Texas Ranch Style,Colonial Revivals, Craftsmans, Foursquares, and a wealth of Spanish Mediterranean and Tudor houses. These neighborhoods have kept their value and most rentals lease quickly! Now is a good time to invest in Bryan Area especially. Low interest rates and low home pricing makes it a great time to buy. But, also Downtown Dallas has been forecast to grow 500% by the year 2030. You do the math, then call me and let's get started.
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I love this area fablous for sales or leasing . I represent many tenants who are here in Dallas limited amount of time due to intern for large national law firm, PhD programs, ideal location for them.

I also lived in area one time have personal friends who still maintain their residences .

184 homes have leased in past 6 months GREAT .

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0 votes Thank Flag Link Sat Oct 24, 2009
This area has really turned in the past 5 years, from very tough to transition. There have been lots of teardowns and rebuilds. There have been some big projects and some big projects announced. There has been some slowdown with the market turn over the past year and sales seem to be a bit slower, but long term should be a good area with several demand factors.
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Bruce Lynn, Real Estate Pro in Coppell, TX
If you are talking about the Bryan Street Area of Dallas I would say if you are ok with a semi-long investment period, depending on the economy of course. The Bryan Street, Peak, Carroll Ave area definitely has some great prospects but nothing I would get excited about immediate recovery.

In my previous career I worked on lower greenville and in lakewood various service industry places. I am very familiar with the area and would be glad to answer any questions or set you up with access to the local mls so you can check it out.

have a good weekend
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