Lewisville - Flower Mound - Highland Village | July 2021

LEWISVILLE FLOWERMOUND HIGHLAND VILLAGE EDITION

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When the real estate market does not have enough houses to meet six months of buyers’ demand, it is considered a seller’s market. The low inventory of available homes in Lewisville, Flower Mound and Highland Village has triggered higher prices. more than six months of inventory Buyer’s market: 2021 R E A L E S T A T E E D I T I O N

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Construction on a project that can be traced to a series of town hall meetings in the early 1990s is nally underway with the nearly half-billion dollar Lake Ralph Hall expected to provide water to Lewis- ville, Flower Mound and Highland Village as well as other North Texas communities. Larry N. Patterson, executive director of Upper Trinity Regional Water District, said the lake being built in Fannin County is meant to fulll the long- term needs of the rapidly growing region. “We identied that we believe we would have a shortfall if we didn’t secure a new water supply … sometime between [2025] and [2030],” Patterson said. “So, this thing is coming just in time.” Denton County ocials in the 1980s identied that groundwater levels in the region were dropping and CONTINUED ON 17

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"THISWILL GIVE US ANOTHER WAY, ANOTHER RESOURCE IN THE FUTURE." TJ GILMORE, LEWISVILLE MAYOR

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Historichousingshortagesends costs soaring Prospective homebuyers in Lewisville, Flower Mound and Highland Village are facing a histor- ically tight market with low levels of supply and skyrocketing sales prices. As of May, therewas 0.5monthsworth of housing inventory in Lewisville, Flower Mound and High- land Village, down from 1.1 months in May 2020, according to data provided by the Greater Lewis- ville Association of Realtors. A healthy market is one that has six months worth of homes available CONTINUED ON 12 BY OLIVIA LUECKEMEYER & STEVEN RYZEWSKI

Lewisville Mayor TJ Gilmore (right) and Upper Trinity board member Eric Ferris attend the lake’s groundbreaking. ERICK PIRAYESHCOMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER

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IMPACTS

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NOWOPEN 1 Platinum Jewelry opened in June on the lower level of Music City Mall Lewisville. The mall is located at 2401 S. Stemmons Freeway in Lewisville. Plati- num Jewelry sells platinum accessories. 972-315-3641. www.mcmlewisville.com 2 In My Parents Basement opened in May in Music City Mall Lewisville, 2401 S. Stemmons Freeway. The store sells geek-culture clothing and merchandise such as Marvel, Star Wars and Harry Pot- ter themed items. 972-315-3641. www.inmyparentsbasement.com 3 Clink Wine Bar + Bites is now serving wine, beer and cider at 2601 Lakeside Parkway, Ste. 100, in Flower Mound. Wine

7 The Row House expects to open a new location in September at 4351 Cross Timbers Road, Flower Mound. The business oers all-in-one cardio enhanc- ing full-body workouts. In addition to providing dierent levels of cardio, The Row House oers classes to people of all body types. 469-639-2114. www.therowhouse.com 8 Marco’s Pizza expects to open a new franchise in October at 4351 Cross Tim- bers Road, Flower Mound. In addition to pizza, Marco’s Pizza oers specialty items such as its build-your-own pizza bowls in which customers can order toppings and create a crustless pizza baked into a

is available by the glass or the bottle alongside tapas-style plates that include charcuterie, at breads, paninis, salads and desserts. 469-240-1660. https://clinkwinebarandbites.com COMING SOON 4 Hugo’s Lost Colony is set to open in late summer at 2420 Justin Road, High- land Village. The restaurant is part of the Hospitality Inspirado group. Hugo’s Lost Colony oers primarily Mexican-inspired foods and craft cocktails. 817-929-8919. www.hospitalityinspirado.com 5 La Myrrah , a specialty lingerie shop, expects to open in late July at The Shops at Highland Village, 1501 Cottonwood

Creek, Ste. 150. La Myrrah will feature Latin American lingerie designs in a variety of styles, labels and sizes, ac- cording to The Shops at Highland Village website. 412-478-4411. www.theshopsathighlandvillage.com 6 Mediterranean restaurant Cava is coming soon to 5871 Long Prairie Road, Ste. 300, Flower Mound. The restaurant is remodeling a site previously operated by Zoë’s Kitchen in the Robertson’s Creek Shopping Center, according to the town of Flower Mound website. The company has nearly 80 locations across the country, including Frisco, Plano and Southlake. It specializes in build-your-own bowls and sells spreads, dips and sauces. An opening date has not been set. https://cava.com

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FEATURED IMPACT NOWOPEN The Jar Bar DFW celebrated its grand opening June 12 with a location in the food court at Music City Mall Lewisville, 2401 S. Stemmons Freeway. This woman-owned shop oers a variety of desserts and meals in jars. Popular avors include peach cobbler, banana pudding, strawberry cheesecake and chicken salad. 972-415-3362. www.thejarbardfw.com 9 Tropical Smoothie Cafe expects to open a new Flower Mound location at 2840 Flower Mound Road in early fall. The cafe features a variety of smoothies, including the new watermelon mojito smoothie and the mango berry cosmo smoothie. The cafe also oers quesadillas and atbreads. 435-229-4200. www.tropicalsmoothiecafe.com 10 Apara Autism Center is expected to open a new location inside the medi- cal building that is located at 1620 FM 544, Lewisville. The center will open in August. Apara Autism Center oers ser- vices, such as clinical support, collective family therapy and community training for people in need. 844-272-7223. www.aparaautism.com 11 Gyro 360 plans to open this fall at 4610 Long Prairie Road in Flower Mound. Gyro 360 currently has one location in downtown Denton. The Med- iterranean restaurant oers gyro bowls, sandwiches and salads. 940-323-0003. 12 Highland Pointe Animal Hospital is relocating Sept. 1 to a new building being constructed at 6150 Morriss Road in Flow- er Mound. The hospital is moving from its current location at 2250 Justin Road, Ste. 140, Highland Village. Family-owned and -operated, the hospital oers pet vaccina- tions, parasite treatments and prevention, geriatric care and surgical treatment. 972-317-9310. http://hpah.net www.gyro360tx.com. RELOCATIONS

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EXPANSIONS 13 Magic Touch Paint and Body will add an oce warehouse to its property at 999 E. SH 121 Business in Lewisville. Construction has yet to begin on the 3,000-square-foot warehouse. Magic Touch Paint and Body oers services such as collision repair, auto repair and

paint jobs. 469-300-3489. www.magictouchinc.com ANNIVERSARIES

14 Shellman’s Fine Wine and Spirits cel- ebrated its 15-year anniversary on May 27. The business is located on 2300 Highland Village Road, Highland Village. Shellman’s specializes in wines and dierent types of liquor. 972-317-5558. www.shellmans.com

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July & August events

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online is required before the hiking date. 8-10 p.m. $15 (registration fee). Meet at LLELA Pavilion, 201 E. Jones St., Lewisville. 972-219-3550. http://bit.ly/hikingregistration 30 DIVEINMOVIE Flower Mound invites families to watch the movie “The Little Mermaid” at the indoor pool at Flower Mound Community Activity Center. Movie may change without notice. Free for members, $4-$8 for non-members. 7-9 p.m. Flower Mound Community Activity Center, 1200 Gerault Road, Flower Mound. 972-874-6300. www.ower-mound.com 31 HIDDEN PINES OPENHOUSE Highland Village Hidden Pines Chapel will host its summer open house for any wedding parties that need vendors or a venue. The chapel will provide samples of its catering and in-house bar. 6-8 p.m. Free. 2380 Nelson Parkway, Highland Village. 972-317-7464. https://hiddenpineschapel.com AUGUST 05 KLB: GARDEN SECRETS Keep Lewisville Beautiful (KLB) will oer an online Garden Secrets class. The class will teach residents how to

keep their lawns healthy while conserving water and introduce people to dierent types of adaptive plants. 6-7:30 p.m. Free (registration required). 972-538-5949. http://bit.ly/KLBgarden 07 ENDOF SUMMER LIPSYNC BATTLE The End of Summer Lip-sync Battle hosted by Altitude Pole and Aerial Fitness is open for anyone to register with their preferred song. 7-9:30 p.m. $20 per person. 940-441-5453. 1800 Justin Road, Ste. 1830A, Highland Village. www.altitudetnesshv.com/events 11 MORNING BOOK BUZZ Morning Book Buzz, an adult book club, will meet at the Thrive patio to discuss this month’s theme, which is real or ctional crime. Members can choose their own book that matches the theme. 10-11 a.m. Free (space is limited). 1950 S. Valley Parkway, Lewisville. 972-219-3400. www.cityoewisville.com 14 MARCIA BALL Pianist, songwriter and vocalist Marcia Ball will hold a concert as part of the Texas Tunes Concert Series at Lewisville Grand Theater. 7 p.m. $35 (tier one), $25 (tier two), $20 (Lewisville residents who buy in person in advance; subject to availability). 100 N. Charles St., Lewisville. http://bit.ly/mbconcert

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The Sounds of Lewisville concert series will host its Uptown Funk night, during which the band D and Chi will perform songs by Bruno Mars. Lewisville High School Cheer will perform during the intermission. Food vendors available. 7 p.m. Free (admission). Wayne Ferguson Plaza, 150 W. Church St., Lewisville. 972-219-3400. www.cityoewisville.com (Courtesy city of Lewisville)

JULY 24 CARTER BLOODCARE DRIVE Carter BloodCare will host a blood drive at the Flower Mound Community Activity Center. Register online in advance. Free. 10 a.m.-4 p.m. 1200 Gerault Road, Flower Mound.

host a Teen Trivia Night for anyone ages 13-18. Teens will answer brain teasers and general knowledge questions. Masks are encouraged. 6:30-7:30 p.m. Free (registration required). 1197 W. Main St., Lewisville. 972-219-3577. https://library.cityoewisville.com 29 NIGHT HIKE Lewisville Lake Environmental Learning Area will lead a night time hike for anyone age 5 and older. Registration

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Sam Rayburn Tollway Fourth Lane Project Work continues on Sam Rayburn Tollway to add a fourth lane in each direction within the median. The extra lane will extend from west of Denton Tap road in Coppell to US 75 in McKinney. Crews recently placed concrete for the trac rail along the toll road in Lewisville. Paving and striping work continues in various spots. Timeline: January 2019-December 2021 Cost: $200 million Funding source: North Texas Tollway Authority

Waketon Road intersection improvements Waketon Road closed to thru trac between Long Prairie Road and Timber Way Drive beginning June 28 as part of intersection work at Long Prairie and Waketon roads. The south- bound left-turn lane on Long Prairie Road was also closed. Detour signs are posted. The closures in this phase are expected to last through Aug. 6. This phase will add a left turn lane, a thru lane and a right turn lane for westbound Waketon Road trac. Timeline: August 2020-January 2022 Cost: $1.9 million Funding source: town of Flower Mound

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2021 Sidewalk Improvements The Highland Village City Council voted June 22 to authorize a contract with DBi Services LLC for its 2021 Sidewalk Improvements project. Work includes A completing the sidewalk along High- land Village Road from the Municipal Complex to Sellmeyer Lane to increase safety. B A walking track at Victoria Park will replace the existing track with

a six-foot concrete path. Crews will also C complete the sidewalk along Brazos Boulevard from Brazos Park to Medina Drive. Timeline: July-late summer 2022 Cost: $883,350 Funding sources: city of Highland Village, Denton County Transportation Authority

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CITY&SCHOOLS

News from Lewisville, Flower Mound & Highland Village

HIGHLIGHTS FLOWERMOUND The town will use an outside rm to help with the search for a new re chief after Eric Greaser announced his retirement, eective July 2. Greaser has been the town’s re chief since April 2014. Before that, Greaser was deputy re chief in Coppell. Ocials said Police Chief Andy Kancel will serve as acting re chief until a replacement is hired. HIGHLANDVILLAGE City Council voted June 22 to extend the juvenile curfew for another three years. The curfew is from 11 p.m.-6 a.m. Sundays through Thursdays and from midnight-6 a.m. on Fridays and Saturdays. It applies to anyone age 16 or younger. The curfew has several exceptions, including being with a parent or authorized adult, traveling for work or having an emergency. LEWISVILLE ISD The district announced June 21 that all students will be attending classes in person when school starts in August. Proposals related to full-time virtual learning did not pass in the most recent legislative session. Because of that, the Texas Education Agency cannot let school districts receive state funds for virtual learners. LISD stated that without state funding it would not be able to oer virtual learning. MEETINGSWE COVER Lewisville City Council Meets at 7 p.m. July 19 and Aug. 2 at 151 W. Church St. www.cityoewisville.com Lewisville ISD board of trustees Meets at 7 p.m. Aug. 9 at 1565A W. Main St., Lewisville. www.lisd.net Flower Mound Town Council Meets at 6 p.m. July 19 and Aug. 2 at 2121 Cross Timbers Road. www.ower-mound.com Highland Village City Council Meets at 7:30 p.m. July 13 and July 27 at 1000 Highland Village Road. www.highlandvillage.org

Town increases homesteadexemption for residents

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on some additional tax cuts for homeowners but did not elaborate. A homestead exemption lowers the property value used to calculate property taxes owed. In 2018, Flower Mound passed its rst homestead exemption at 2.5% with a minimum exemption of $5,000 for all home- owners. The June 21 vote doubles the exemption to help provide some property tax relief. For example, a Flower Mound resident who owns a home valued at $300,000 would pay property taxes on only $292,500 of that value under the town’s 2.5% exemption. Under the 5% homestead exemption, that property value would decrease to $285,000 for calculating taxes owed to the town. The increased home- stead exemption on a $300,000 home would mean nearly $33 a year less in property taxes paid to the town based on the current property tax rate.

TAX BREAK FOR HOMEOWNERS

Former natatorium sees demolition questions. Mayor Derek France said the council would consider another increase next year. Interim Town Manager Debra Wallace said the town is also working FLOWERMOUND Town Council approved a property tax break for residents in the form of a higher homestead exemption. The council voted 5-0 on June 21 to increase the town’s homestead exemption from 2.5% to 5%. The exemption will go into eect for the 2021-22 scal year. The homestead exemption applies only to a person’s primary residence and does not extend to apartment dwellers or commercial property owners. While council members agreed that the homestead exemption could be increased further, they said there were too many unresolved

A homestead exemption provides a property tax break to homeowners based on the value of their homes. The Flower Mound Town Council voted to increase the homestead exemption from 2.5% to 5% Based on a $300,000 appraised home value

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FLOWERMOUND Demolition began the week of June 28 on the former Lewisville ISD natatorium and a nearby communications building purchased by the town. The two buildings are part of a 7.43-acre tract adjacent to the Leon- ard & Helen Johns Community Park that town ocials are considering using as the site for a cultural arts center, according to a town memo. The $595,519 cost of the

LEWISVILLE City Manager Donna Barron announced her retirement, eective Jan. 31, 2022, after more than three decades of service, according to a June 18 news release. Barron has been the city man- ager since 2014 but has worked with the city since 1990. Lewisville has hired an out- side rm to conduct a national search for the next city manager.

Crews are demolishing the former natatorium in Flower Mound.

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demolition is being funded by a state grant from the Texas Commission on the Arts, the memo stated. A former administration building on the property is still being evalu- ated for possible renovations.

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2021 R E A L E S T A T E E D I T I O N MARKET AT AGLANCE

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Homes for sale in Lewisville, Flower Mound and Highland Village have spent fewer days on the market and are selling at a higher price this year compared with the previous year. Part of that demand is being fueled by low mortgage rates. ZIP code 75028 saw the largest percentage gain in number of homes sold while ZIP code 75056 saw the largest percent increase in price. SOURCE: COLLIN COUNTY ASSOCIATION OF REALTORSCOMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER

LEWISVILLE LAKE

HIGHLAND VILLAGE

75056

75077

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121 TOLL

75057

75028

121

75022

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LEWISVILLE

75067

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CITYWIDE TOTALS

TOTALS BY ZIP CODE

NUMBER OF HOMES SOLD June 2019-May 2020 June 2020-May 2021

NUMBER OF HOMES SOLD June 2019-May 2020 June 2020-May 2021

1,261

381

75022 +8.4%

413

Lewisville

+6.74%

773

75028 +16.43%

1,346

900

273

1,260

75056 +16.12%

317

Flower Mound

+15.87%

85

75057 +3.53%

1,460

88

613

75067 +1.96%

250

625

Highland Village

+22.8%

263

75077

+16.35%

306

307

AVERAGE HOME SALES PRICE

AVERAGE HOME SALES PRICE

June 2019-May 2020 June 2020-May 2021

June 2019-May 2020 June 2020-May 2021

$600K

$500K

$459,900

$439,900

$500K

$418,450

$405,834

$400K

$400K

$309,945

$300K

$289,000

$300K

$200K

$200K

$100K

+10.2%

+9.87%

+10.23%

+4.63%

+8.55%

+8.7%

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$100K

75022

75028 75056 75057

75067

75077

+7.25%

+9.91%

+8.39%

AVERAGE DAYS ON THEMARKET

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Lewisville

Flower Mound

Highland Village

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75028

75022 -20%

AVERAGE DAYS ON THEMARKET

-26.19%

55

44

42

31

June 2019-May 2020 June 2020-May 2021

Flower Mound -50%

75057

75056

Lewisville -34.29%

-18.03%

-39.39%

35

23

18

9

61

50

66

40

Highland Village -69.57%

75077

75067

-42.42%

-46.67%

23

7

33

19

30

16

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GUIDE

Local businesses oer home improvement tips

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ASKAN INTERIOR DESIGNER

Kristy Mastrandonas has been an interior designer for 30 years and is licensed by the state of Texas. She is the owner of Kristy Mastrandonas Interior Design & Styling based in Flower Mound.

WHAT ARE SOME DESIGN CHANGES YOU HAVE SEEN IN THE LAST YEAR? Gray is moved out, and we’re bringing in more color. For a while, everything was kind of white on white on beige on brown. The farmhouse look was heavily in style because it’s relatively easy to copy. But in the last few months, color has come back strong. I see lots of golden colors, reds, greens, even burnt orange. Looks with more texture are gaining more traction.

WHAT AREAS OF THE HOUSE ARE PEOPLE FOCUSING ON THE MOST FOR REMODELING OR REDESIGNING? With COVID, things have been going crazy. This past year, people have realized it was time to do those updates that they’ve wanted to get done but have been putting o for so long. The main areas of the house that I usually see wanting to be remodeled are the kitchen and bathroom.

Kristy Mastrandonas Owner, Kristy Mastrandonas Interior Design & Styling 3360 Long Prairie Road, Ste. 100, Flower Mound 214-458-9479 www.kristymastrandonas.com

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ASKA REAL ESTATE BROKER

Eyad Salloum is a real estate broker who owns Weichert Realtors-Classic. He has been in the real estate business since 2003 and opened his company in 2014 in Lewisville.

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WHAT ARE SOME TRENDS YOU ARE SEEING IN HOUSING PRICES? It’s all about demand and supply. When supply is low and demand is high, prices will increase. And that is what we’re basically seeing in home prices ... In 2008, when the market crashed, there were not enough buyers, so home prices fell. Now, it is the complete opposite. Buyers are really struggling to nd homes right now, and some sellers are part of it because their houses are going quickly, but they can’t nd another place to live. WITH ALL THE UNEMPLOYMENT, WHY ARE HOUSING PRICES SO HIGH? The rst thing with that is the government stimulus package. That has helped a lot of people. Some of them actually made more through government aid than in their original jobs. Second, we are seeing a lot of relocation from out of town. People from California, New York and New Jersey are moving down to Texas. We are also seeing local investors who have a lot of interest in purchasing properties with cash. WHAT ARE DIFFERENCES IN TRENDS BETWEEN CITIES? With dierent cities, there is no telling. For example, in Flower Mound, 113 houses were sold in May 2020. In May 2021, 121 houses were sold. The median

price, however, shot up from $430,000 to almost $511,000. In Highland Village, in May 2020, 15 houses were sold. This number went up to 26 houses in May 2021. The house price median went from $406,000 to $540,000. That is a huge increase. But if you look at Lewisville, [the market] declined in the number of houses sold from last year. They still raised median prices, but not nearly as much as Highland Village and Flower Mound. WHAT ADVICE DO YOU HAVE FOR HOMEBUYERS? They just need to be patient and watchful of the market. Homebuyers need to work with their agents, and they need to try and nd houses that haven’t even been on the market yet ... It is the agent’s job to constantly check the market and regions to provide the best options for buyers. It is the buyer’s job to also constantly be looking and communicating.

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MAINTAINING YOUR HOME

ASKA PAINTER

The National Association of Home Builders oers routine home maintenance tips for homeowners looking to maintain their homes’ value and ensure their safety.

Clark Pittman is the owner of the Carnival Custom Painting Flower Mound franchise. He has worked in the painting industry for 21 years and became the rst franchise owner for Carnival Custom Painting. He operates in Flower Mound, Lewisville and Highland Village. WHAT WERE SOME EFFECTS COVID19 HAD ON YOUR BUSINESS?

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DO YOU HAVE ANY TIPS FOR HOMEOWNERS WHO WANT TO REPAINT THEIR WALLS?

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We really didn’t have any negative eects from the pandemic. Last year was one of the best if not the best year we’ve ever had, just due to the fact that the level of communication between partners in the home was so great. There was also the willingness to go ahead and get something done instead of putting it o. And this year, all the people who were afraid because of COVID are booking appointments. It’s gotten to a point where I am turning o appointments during the week because I can’t get all my proposals nished in time.

No. 1, don’t put your paint samples directly on your walls because you’ll always see that spot. There is a website called Samplize where you should go buy your samples or get a paint sample and put it on a piece of poster card so you can move it around and look at it without making a permanent decision. The other thing would be to always be really careful about picking your light grays because so many of them go blue. You’ll always want to nd a gray that’s got a strong beige undertone to it. At least 50% of the time you’re going to end up with a gray that’s going to look blue on your walls, if you’re not careful.

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1 Roofs should be inspected by a qualied roofer every three years, and skylights should be inspected so leaks do not develop. 2 Ensure downspouts and gutters do not get clogged with leaves and other debris. 3 Inspect siding each year to see if it needs repainting, and trim shrubs away so they do not touch the siding. 4 Check for split or cracked caulking on windows and doors annually, and replace the caulk as necessary. 5 Moving parts of garage doors need to be oiled once every three months.

6 Air lters require regular replacement, generally once every three months. 7 Safety and security : Regularly check security alarms and circuit breakers. Check batteries in smoke and carbon monoxide detectors twice a year. 8 Clean each faucet’s aerator every three to four months. Maintain garbage disposals by running cold water through them. 9 Masonry walls can develop a white powder that can be scrubbed o with water and a sti brush. 10 Hardwood oors without polyurethane need to be waxed with a liquid or paste “spirit” wax. Use emulsion wax on vinyl.

Clark Pittman Owner, Carnival Custom Painting Flower Mound 6101 Long Prairie Road, Ste. 744-132, Flower Mound 214-616-2206 https://paintowermound.com

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MAKE A GARDEN

Tips for choosing a container The bigger the better—larger containers allow for larger root systems and larger plants as well as holding more water for hot days. Container types can include: • half wooden barrels, buckets or baskets • old bathtubs, galvanized metal tubs, or other tubs or troughs

Popular vegetables to grow:

Care tips:

Watch and treat for insects as needed. Support “climbing” vegetables with cages, twine or a trellis. Liquid fertilizer should be “fed” to plants at least twice per month. Add about an inch of coarse gravel in the bottom of containers to improve drainage. Plants need at least ve hours of sunlight per day and may need to be watered once or twice per day.

zucchini squash

bush beans

tomatoes

beets

chards

lettuce radishes

• hanging baskets, which are a good use of extra space and can be used for plants such as herbs or cherry tomatoes

cabbage

carrots

peppers

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2011. So whenever you talk about a Lewisvillian owning a home, you’re talking about them moving outside of Lewisville.” Renita Mosby rented in Lewisville for ve years before deciding to buy her rst home. With help from Smo- linski, Mosby began her search in December but was quickly priced out of the market. “People were going $40 [thousand], $50 [thousand], $60 [thousand above asking], cash oers,” Mosby said. “All kinds of crazy stu was happening.” Two months later, Mosby bought a new-build home for her and her son 30 miles northeast in Celina. “Why pay $400,000 for something that was built in 2001 when I could go to a new development farther north and have a brand new home?” she said. “So that’s what I decided to do.” Resolving issues of supply Skyrocketing prices are not the only thing preventing rst-time homebuy- ers from entering the market. Baby boomers and other older residents are aging in place, which is curtailing resale inventory, Ebby Halliday President and CEO Chris Kelly said. “What we have found is that people are living longer, they’re healthier, and they’re staying in their homes longer,” Kelly said. “So there wasn’t this nat- ural migration out of homes … that would have created a supply as millen- nials grew into the homebuying age.” The prevalence of investors buying single-family homes as rental proper- ties is also responsible for low levels of supply, according to Brenda Taylor, a Realtor with RE/MAX and president of the Greater Lewisville Association of Realtors. “One of the sad consequences of this market is that investors have taken

to buy, according to the Texas Real Estate Research Center. A lack of supply is behind the surge in home costs year over year, with May data showing median sales prices in Lewisville, Flower Mound and Highland Village up by about $36,000, $81,000 and $139,000, respectively. Despite these challenges, real estate experts hold out hope that inventory levels will go up as seller condence is restored and issues around the build- ing supply chain are resolved. “We do expect the market to slow down,” said Jim Gaines, an economist with the Texas Real Estate Research Center. “The dominoes have to fall in the right order and at the right time— and that’s being disrupted a little bit.” Eect onrst-timehomebuyers High levels of demand mean most homesareselling for aboveaskingprice. But the bank will only approve a loan for what a home is worth, said Lisa-Ma- rie Thompson, a Flower Mound-based loan ocer with Primary Residential Mortgage Inc. Many rst-time home- buyers do not have the cash on hand to make up the dierence, she said. “This isn’t a market that is feasi- ble for them,” she said. “It’s almost impossible.” As a result, millennials and other rst-time homebuyers in the Lew- isville, Flower Mound and Highland Village area are ocking to nearby cities, such as Hurst, Euless and Bedford. These areas have a greater supply of homes listed at lower price points, said Audra Smolinski, broker and president of Lewisville-based Loves Realty. “The people that are in apart- ments in Lewisville can’t aord to live in Lewisville,” Smolinski said. “Our home prices have doubled since

The median price of homes in Lewisville, Flower Mound and Highland Village has steadily increased over the past 10 years. Data for 2021 is accurate through June 11. Lewisville Flower Mound Highland Village

$439,900 $459,900 $309,945

$100K 0 $200K $300K $400K $500K

SOURCES: COLLIN COUNTY ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS, GREATER LEWISVILLE ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS, U.S. CENSUS BUREAU 5YEAR ESTIMATESCOMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER

over,” she said. “First-time homebuy- ers can’t compete.” Taylor said real estate advocacy group Texas Realtors is working with state legislators to enact policies that would alleviate housing aordabil- ity and supply issues. One strategy is to use capital gains tax reductions to incentivize the sale of investor-owned or -rented single-family properties to rst-time homebuyers, she said. Land, supply chain complications Despite the challenges, interest from developers persists, particularly with an eye on multifamily, single-family and townhouse developments, said Michele Berry, the planning manager for the city of Lewisville. “We are 93% built-out, so it is more challenging to nd land for any use,” Berry said. “If [a parcel] hasn’t devel- oped yet in Lewisville, there’s prob- ably a reason that it may not have developed yet.” Similarly, more than 73% of Flower Mound’s acreage that is zoned residen- tial is already developed, according to the city’s 2020 Growth Prole Report. In Highland Village, there are

approximately 42 acres of undevel- oped residential property, according to city sta. Driven by demand, developers are increasingly looking at less conven- tional routes to new homes, Berry said. That may include converting commercial zoning to mixed-use, redeveloping larger lots in older parts of the city into multiple lots for smaller homes, or piecing together neighboring parcels from several property owners. “Developers are interested in doing that now, where I don’t know that they would have been prior,” Berry said. “We are seeing people look at more challenging pieces of land.” Even when there is available land, disruptions to the supply chain have further complicated matters for home- builders. According to the National Association of Home Builders, or NAHB, aggregate construction mate- rial costs are up 12% year-over-year, and lumber costs have increased by as much as 300% since last April. And while contractors have had to deal with shortages and price spikes in the past, it is often just with one

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There have been recent shortages of some key items in the supply chain for homebuilders and contractors.

The 30-year mortgage rate in Texas has tumbled to historic lows in recent years. Buyers eager to settle into an already-hot housing market see this as an added incentive.

Dallas-Fort Worth area builders this past year have seen skyrocketing costs for construction materials. Average dollar amount per square foot (residential construction)

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• Home frames • Walls

• Doors • Flooring

• Furniture • Cabinetry

SEMICONDUCTOR CHIPS

• Refrigerators • Televisions • Washers and dryers METALSCOPPER

• Smart home tech • LED bulbs • Other appliances

Housing market accelerates as 30-year rate drops under 3%

April 2020

$71.76

• Garage doors • Wiring

• Plumbing/ pipes

• Surfaces • Appliances

+17.8%

April 2021

$84.55

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item at a given time. There are doc- umented issues with lumber, met- als and semiconductor chips, among other materials. “We’re going to be coming o these historic highs for lumber, but it’s also aecting concrete,” explained Lucas Patterson, an executive vice president for Bright Realty, the developer behind Castle Hills. “That same homebuilder, because of supply, they’re only allowed somany feet of concrete a week.” Taken together, land and supply

“[Mortgage] lending has not been excessive,” he said. “[Lenders are] requiring a higher FICO score, a lower debt-to-income ratio, and, in many cases, a higher down payment.” Interest rates have increased slightly since plummeting tohistoric lows at the beginning of the pandemic, Thompson said. But they continue to remain opti- mal for potential homebuyers looking to secure a lowmonthly payment. “Anything below 4% is still a beau- tiful interest rate on a mortgage,” she

chain challenges are helping to drive prices up. NAHB data suggests recent material cost increases have raised the price of a new single-family home by $36,000 over the past 12 months. What the futureholds Experts do not predict a crash similar to what was experienced following the 2008 housing crisis. National statistics from the Mortgage Bankers Association indicate lenders are being more restric- tive, according to Gaines.

said. Relatively low interest rates will keep buyer demand high, Kelly said. This, coupled with the fact that North Texas is a highly desirable place to live, means the Lewisville, Flower Mound and Highland Village markets could continue ring on all cylinders for the foreseeable future, he said.

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