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* This news feed is generated through NewsTalk Texas, provided by the Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University

​​DALLAS-FORT WORTH – Take a quick look at some recent real estate deals in North Texas.

Sales:

  • Lewisville: Lake Vista Office Center, a four-building, 486,400-sf office campus, has been acquired by TriGate Capital.

Leases:

  • Arlington: Dunkin Donuts has signed a ground lease on a .5-acre pad site to build a Dunkin Donuts and Baskin Robbins restaurant at 5801 Office Park Dr.
  • Arlington: Source North America Corp. has leased 42,350 sf at Prologis GSW 27, 399 N. Great Southwest Pkwy.
  • Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport: Broadridge Financial leased 33,600 sf at 11000 N. 28th Ave.
  • ​Fort Worth: SkyCam has leased 74,623 sf at Parc North, Building 3, at 2751 Northern Cross Blvd.

​​Image of Studio 6 PlanoPLANO – The Studio 6 property, located at 1600 North Central Expressway, has officially opened.

The fully renovated extended stay property is comprised of 91 rooms across three floors and features elements of the brand’s “Phoenix” design.

Along with a fitness center, lobby sitting area and marketplace for guests to utilize, this full renovation also features rooms with wood-effect flooring, flat-screen televisions, and granite bathroom countertops.​​

​​Image of Studio 6 PlanoPLANO – The Studio 6 property, located at 1600 North Central Expressway, has officially opened.

The fully renovated extended stay property is comprised of 91 rooms across three floors and features elements of the brand’s “Phoenix” design.

Along with a fitness center, lobby sitting area and marketplace for guests to utilize, this full renovation also features rooms with wood-effect flooring, flat-screen televisions, and granite bathroom countertops.​​

​​​​​DALLAS – A mortgage resource website reports that a household in the Metroplex needs more than $59,500 in annual income to qualify for a median-priced house.​

That's roughly $4,100 more than the income needed at the national level.

The study, by HSH.com, is based on a median home price of $249,000 and a 20 percent down payment.​

​​​​​DALLAS – A mortgage resource website reports that a household in the Metroplex needs more than $59,500 in annual income to qualify for a median-priced house.​

That's roughly $4,100 more than the income needed at the national level.

The study, by HSH.com, is based on a median home price of $249,000 and a 20 percent down payment.​