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Hall Office Park adds building 16 to its business office park campus


Frisco Hall Office Park Continues to Grow

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Schedule to come on stream mid-April 2014 is Hall Office Park’s 16th building, a 200,000 square foot Class AA office building located at 3001 Dallas Pkwy Hall Office Park in Frisco. Developer Craig Hall’s 162 acre office park currently has 2 million square feet of space in 15 buildings, with a 98 percent occupancy rate.  Additionally, the West Plano-Frisco submarket currently has a number of developments underway, including Granite Properties tower and hotel, Conifer Health’s corporate build to suit project and a Trammel Crow two building corporate project.

If you’re not familiar with this area or Hall Office Park I know you’ll find this of interest as it definitely is a Class AA office building complex.  Also for anyone that works or offices in the Hall Office Park complex and would like to live in a golf course community just minutes away,  you have an excellent choice with Stonebriar Country Club.  This club is probably no more than a Tiger Wood driver shot from Hall Office Park.

Friday, Foreclosures and Frisco


Foreclosure Madness

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If you frequent this site you know I post foreclosures on Friday.

So in light of the biggest bail out ever, I thought lets change things up a bit. Since there are not that many foreclosures in West Plano – around 15, I’ll add Frisco zip codes 75034 and 75035 to the mix. Can you guess how many?

121 foreclosure listings have been added to the foreclosure file and that is what’s on the MLS –  there are probably more than that. Even though I don’t sell money –  only real estate –  I can tell you the undoings on wall street this week came from banks and institutions not being able to sell real estate.  Perhaps now foreclosure properties will be able to be bought at the correct pricing and conditions.  Better deals for buyers!  It’s certainly time…

3 Day House Sale?


3 Day House Sale?

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If you’ve sold or selling your home you probably know what CSS is.

If you don’t – it’s the Centralized Showing System that schedules all your appointments for other agents to show your home.

They track all your appointments and send auto emails to agents that show your property for instant feedback. (if your agent has that feature set up)

You can also send listing announcements about price changes or circumstances to all the agents that have previously shown your property.

Yesterday, I received an announcement for a 3 Day Sale on a Property in Frisco at one of the Stonebriar communities that, Still hasn’t sold…

It’s like a Macy’s 3 Day Sale! No kidding…

We aren’t selling clothes or appliances here, the sale goes like this: $20,000 will be taken off the list price on Friday, Saturday and Sunday – ONLY!

After that the price goes back up, Does that make you want to buy it?

Don’t you think they will take the $20,000 off after Sunday?

YEP! They will.

Better to go ahead and take another cut and leave it, the more inline the price is the better chances of your home selling quicker. Once you give it up you can’t take it back – be curious to see what kind of signage they have for the event. Sellers and agents are getting very creative now, aren’t they?