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4428 Greenbrier house for sale in Dallas
The spec home at 4428 Greenbrier Dr. doesn't sacrifice style.  Photo courtesy of Ebby Halliday Realtors
11336 Sinclair Ave. in Dallas
This home at 11336 Sinclair Ave. in Northeast Dallas costs $194,900, just above the median in Dallas, which is $189,600. Photo via Ebby.com
Rendering of Villas at Garrett Avenue
Villas at Garrett Avenue comprises 22 single-family residences. Rendering courtesy of David Weekley Homes
7745 La Manga Drive
Husband-and-wife duo's living room update, with hardwood floors and a fresh, neutral paint job.  Photo courtesy of Ebby Halliday/Shoot 2 Sell
Exterior of 4436 Brookview in Dallas
Jordan Spieth snagged 4436 Brookview. Photo courtesy of Keller Williams
10000 Hollow Way Walnut Place in Dallas
The home at 10000 Hollow Way Rd. is the most expensive in Dallas. Photo courtesy of Allie Beth Allman & Associates
Vue residential community in Las Colinas
Vue Las Colinas is going up near the Four Seasons resort and TPC golf course. Photo courtesy of Darling Homes
3520 Granada
University Park denizens have seen their homes appreciate the most in the last decade, according to Zillow. Photo courtesy of Briggs Freeman
West Village in Dallas
Want to live in the thick of it in Dallas? Expect to pay. West Village/Facebook
Exterior 5022 Elsby in Dallas
Realtor.com chief economist Jonathan Smoke predicted Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington to be the second-hottest market in spring 2015. Photo courtesy of Dave Perry-Miller & Associates