Brian and Melinda Stitzinger
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Frisco Texas tops Money Magazine as Number One place to live in it’s 2018 best places to live report. Frisco beat out 528 other communities and cities. Frisco has a population over 175,000 and has consistently been noted as one of the fastest growing cities in the nation. Its school district received high marks from Money magazine also. Frisco has also been noted as one of the best places to raise an athlete with several multipurpose athletic arenas and facilities with the most notable being Ford Center at The Star. The center doubles as both a facility for Frisco high school football and graduation ceremonies and the Dallas Cowboys training facility. For more about Frisco Texas, contact us at www.teamstitzinger.com
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INFO THAT HITS US WHERE WE LIVE... It was announced last week that the Federal Housing Administration (FHA) is increasing loan limits for 2018 in more than 3,000 counties--almost every area of the U.S. FHA limits are tied to median home prices in each county and Metropolitan Statistical Area, so check with your mortgage professional www.AmyOister.SupremeLending.com for the local numbers. This follows the prior week's news that the Federal Housing Finance Agency will increase 2018 conforming loan limits for most mortgages acquired by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. Higher loan limits are driven, of course, by rising home prices.
More evidence of these came when property information firm CoreLogic reported a 7% annual surge in home prices in October. But they do expect gains to slow, forecasting only a 4.2% annual increase in home prices by October next year. Contact us for more information about the housing market