Search Results: DeSoto

Real Estate News: Desoto Man Named to Real Estate Advisory Committee

By Bethany Erickson / August 14, 2018 / 0 Comments
Real Estate

Dallas ISD is holding public information meetings for a proposed Tax Ratification Election to be held in November, a Desoto man has been tapped by Governor Abbott for a spot on a real estate advisory committee, and we take a look at how the market did in the area in July in this week’s real […]

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Dez Bryant is a Bad Tenant (Allegedly): State Sen. Royce West Sues Dallas Cowboys Wide Receiver For Trashed DeSoto Rental

By Joanna England / June 22, 2016 / 0 Comments

When Texas State Sen. Royce West entered his property at 1212 Regents Park Ct. in DeSoto after his tenant, Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant, had vacated the property, he found filthy carpet, garbage everywhere, broken windows and shutters, and even feces according to court documents. Bryant moved out in January, leaving the six-bedroom, seven-full-and-one-half-bath […]

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Dallas County Tax Assessor John Ames’ Property Taxes Went DOWN for 2016 in DeSoto

By Candy Evans / June 1, 2016 / 15 Comments

Update, 4:09 pm: there IS a good, well, a very bad reason why John Ames had such a low appraisal: his home burned down! Details coming up. I love our Dallas County Tax Assessor John R. Ames, I really do. I’ve met him, I voted for him, just love the guy. I think he’s doing […]

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Dallas Crime Is Bad — One Cop Says It Could Get Better

By Candy Evans / June 6, 2019 / 8 Comments
Dallas police

If you’ve been on social media at all, you have probably come across one of Nick Novello’s comments or posts about the Dallas Police Department. A veteran officer, he’s kind of known for not holding his metaphorical tongue when it comes to hot takes on policing. Yeah, you’ve probably heard of Nick Novello. An officer […]

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Rents Are Higher in North Texas Suburbs, Exburbs

By Candy's Dirt / February 9, 2019 / 0 Comments

Dallas proper posted moderate rent increases, but it was the area suburbs and exburbs that saw the biggest apartment rents in 2018, RentCafe revealed in a recent report. Flower Mound posted the highest rent at $1,526 (despite only having a minimal increase of 0.1 percent), higher than Farmers Branch and Frisco with average rents of […]

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Tri-Level or Split-Level, Whatever You Call It This South Dallas Home is Special

By Shelby Skrhak / February 7, 2019 / 1 Comment

Whether you call it a tri-level or a split-level, mid-century fans will love this luxuriously-finished piece of history from 1968 with everything you want in 2019. This four-bedroom, three-bath home at 1554 Russell Glen Lane is this week’s featured Thursday Three Hundred with a list price of $385,000. Check out this hard-to-find split level at an Open […]

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