Joshua Baethge is a writer, editor and general wordsmith who has written for a variety of media outlets. At CandysDirt.com, his primary focus is agent migration where he catches up with real estate professionals on the move. A native of Houston, Josh originally came to the DFW to study at the University of North Texas. He graduated many years ago but never left the area. Today he lives in the ‘burbs with his wife and two young kids.
Don’t tell Alex Prins that 2020 is anything but a great year. With the number of jobs and people moving to Dallas, he’s predicting big things. In fact, he is so confident in the market’s strength, he recently created a short film titled “So Epic” to highlight what he predicts will be a booming market.Read More
The story of Changing Roots actually began a few years ago at Southern Methodist University. Hannah Poindexter was a student from Tulsa struggling not only with the college grind but also the loss of her mother. Poindexter had a dream of building and renovating homes but wasn’t sure how she was going to do it. […]Read More
If you spent the late ’90s or early 2000s in Charleston, South Carolina, you may recall a man in a Panama Jack hat strolling the beaches. To the untrained eye, he appeared to be relaxed enjoying the sand and surf. In reality, that hat was a walking billboard, and the man underneath was meticulously […]Read More
Looking back at the holidays, many people may be wondering what was wrong with Mom and Dad now that they’re seniors. For those who don’t see their parents regularly, the challenges of aging can be disconcerting. Unfortunately, that white-knuckle car ride after Thanksgiving or the unexpected fall at Christmas may have been warning signs of […]Read More
According to a recent report, proper pricing will be the key to home sales in 2020. HomeLight recently surveyed 500 Realtors for their thoughts on the 2020 market. Nearly half of them said that the biggest challenge for sellers will be their tendency to overprice. “Many people think their homes are worth more than they […]Read More
A couple of years ago, Duke Jimerson jumped into residential real estate, later making a segue from the residential and commercial title industry when he joined Jonathan Rosen and Christy Berry’s Collective Residential Group. Several months later the firm merged with Compass Real Estate, introducing a new national brand brokerage to the market that […]Read More