08/23/19 1:00pm
American Leather

Click the photo to enter.

08/23/19 8:45am

Orlando

If you’re looking for a traditional, run-of-the-mill University Park home, then keep searching, because this one-of-a-kind beauty may not be for you. The smart home has today’s cutting-edge technology with the look of a Midcentury Modern, and is just a year old so nothing needs fixing.

When builder Josh Zielke began construction on the captivating house, he had plans of making it his own home and created customizations some only dream of. Lucky for you, the expert builder ended up needing to move on and now the unparalleled abode is up for sale. 

 

(more…)

08/22/19 9:45am

American LeatherAs Suzanne Felber, our Lifestylist® mentioned yesterday, Dallas-based American Leather has been creating custom-made furniture at its location south of downtown for almost 30 years now.

Even better, its custom-made furniture is designed and delivered directly to your door in 30 days. And since they only sell through approved retail outlets and designers, you can feel pretty certain you’ll be getting quality.

But maybe you don’t want to wait 30 days. And maybe you’re gazing fondly at the photo above, and picturing just where you’d put one of those chairs in your home.

Would you maaaaaaaaaybe like to win one? Wanna know how? Jump with us, won’t you? (more…)

08/21/19 8:45am

cottage

08/20/19 9:00am

Photo courtesy Flickr/Woodleywonderworks

From staff reports

How much do you need to make per year to afford a home in Dallas? According to one report, less than $60,000.

But is that true? According to CNBC Make It, they’ve identified 15 cities where the qualifying income to purchase a home with 10 percent or 20 percent down is an annual salary of $60,000 or less. 

They’ve based this determination on data from the National Association of Realtors’ Metropolitan Median Area Prices and Affordability index. It also assumes a 4.1 percent interest rate, and a monthly principal and interest payment that is 25 percent of a homebuyer’s income, or less.

According to CNBC’s number crunchers, Dallas made the list. And it’s not too surprising, after all, another study from Zillow found that someone with a high school diploma and no college hours at all could afford (in theory) to buy a home in Dallas.  (more…)

08/19/19 8:45am

Virginia

08/18/19 8:45am

treehouse