Cassie Evans

Dream Cottage Project in West Highland Park

By Cassie Evans / September 2, 2015 / 3 Comments

I sold my beloved home in May and have been keeping my eyes peeled for little cottage with a yard where my baby, pets, and I could call home. My eyes are still peeled – as I’m sure you’re aware, it’s a crazy market with limited inventory and high prices. However, I did come across […]

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Hip Pocket: Enchanting Cottage in Hollywood Heights

By Cassie Evans / March 20, 2015 / 8 Comments

My first house, which became my home, is on the market today. It’s a hip pocket the amazing Britt Lopez of Dallas City Center Realtors is handling for me. I can’t go into detail about how kind Britt Lopez is – I will save that for my book – but know that she is not […]

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Lakewood Elementary and 8 Other DISD Schools May Receive Millions Soon to Meet Needs

By Cassie Evans / February 27, 2015 / 0 Comments

One of the big draws when we bought in the Hollywood Heights neighborhood in Dallas was the school district. You see, just south of Lakewood, Hollywood Heights is zoned for the coveted Lakewood Elementary. We knew this was a great resource if we had kids and would help the property hold or increase in value […]

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Highland Park Village Tom Thumb Being Replaced by Royal Blue Grocery Store

By Cassie Evans / February 27, 2015 / 5 Comments

You didn’t think they’d leave Parkies without a grocery store, now did you? Of course not! Hot news – Nancy Nichols reports on SideDish that Washburne signed a deal just last night with Austin-based Royal Blue Grocery Store. The urban market has everything from bagels and breakfast tacos to antipasto and cheese platters. They also […]

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My Blast from the Past: Hot Dallas Real Estate Market Means Major Markups

By Cassie Evans / February 26, 2015 / 1 Comment

In January 2013, my Hubby and I were frantically looking for a house as our Preston Hollow condo was under contract in 3 days to a cash buyer (HOORAY!!!). I fell in love the minute I saw this Briarwood cottage and the For Sale sign out in front of 5118 Stanford Avenue.

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Real Estate Time Travel: To Die For 1956 Kitchen

By Cassie Evans / February 24, 2015 / 4 Comments

I am dying over these pics. The San Francisco Globe published these amazing photos of an untouched 1956 PINK kitchen filled with vintage GE appliances that have never been used! The home’s owner, furniture designer Nathan Chandler, bought the home in 2010 and posted the photos on FLICKR to sell the vintage kitchen. It’s unclear […]

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