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By Phil Crone Executive Officer, Dallas Builders Association Several Dallas Builders Association members, including developers, suppliers, Realtors, and professional service providers, have asked what they can do in a time when social distancing has curtailed traditional networking. I’m not really fond of the term “social distancing.” We need to be socially present even when the […]Read More
Every week, the detail-oriented folks at Green Scene Home Inspections will give CandysDirt.com readers an education in inspection. Want to see what they see? Tune in for “Upon Closer Inspection.” It’s summer in North Texas, and that can mean extra stress on the systems of your home. There are lots of things to look out […]Read More
By Pam GarnettShowroom Director, Carlisle Wide Plank Floors Consumers are increasingly thinking not only about the aesthetics inside their homes, but also about their health and overall well-being. These homeowners are looking at their residences as a place of refuge from hectic daily lives, and are drawn to spaces that bring a sense of comfort, […]Read More
By Cody Payne, Senior Vice President | Dallas-Fort WorthCapital Markets Group, Colliers International As the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex continues to add out-of-state residents, suburbs continue to expand. The race for affordable housing sends developers further away from urban cores in order to find suitable land options to build master-planned communities. With the growth of cities […]Read More
Every week, the detail-oriented folks at Green Scene Home Inspections will give CandysDirt.com readers an education in inspection. Want to see what they see? Tune in for “Upon Closer Inspection.” After you’ve done about 7,000 home inspections, a few common themes emerge. People tend to neglect the same kinds of things in their homes, and […]Read More
By Phil Crone Executive Officer, Dallas Builders Association The rise in COVID-19 cases reminds us of two things: 1) the virus is still out there preying on human instinct and 2) that the health and economic challenges left in its wake are long from over. Some are calling it a “second wave” or a “resurgence.” […]Read More