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A Local Broker's Higher Take on the Museum Tower-Nasher Dispute: the Real Estate Way Back Machine

By Candy Evans / February 19, 2014 / 8 Comments

One of the cornerstones of this blog is learning about, and hearing from, the Dallas Real Estate community. This blog is their sandbox, and the consumer is invited to both play and STAY. Dallas Real Estate Broker Scott Carlson has written on the Museum Tower-Nasher dispute. When I first read his post, I was reminded […]

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A Local Broker’s Higher Take on the Museum Tower-Nasher Dispute: the Real Estate Way Back Machine

By Candy Evans / February 19, 2014 / 8 Comments

One of the cornerstones of this blog is learning about, and hearing from, the Dallas Real Estate community. This blog is their sandbox, and the consumer is invited to both play and STAY. Dallas Real Estate Broker Scott Carlson has written on the Museum Tower-Nasher dispute. When I first read his post, I was reminded […]

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Shut Down by Icemaggedon, ABPA Homes For The Holidays Home Tour Still Raises $78K For HPISD Schools

By Joanna England / February 4, 2014 / 0 Comments

We were so bummed when the Armstrong-Bradfield Preschool Association’s annual Homes for the Holidays Home Tour was shut down due to the ridiculous weather from Icemaggedon on Dec. 6. It was the first time in the tour’s 15-year history that it was canceled. There were some AMAZING homes slated for the 2013 tour, including D’Andra Simmons’ […]

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What The Frack? Should North Texans Secure Earthquake Coverage if They Live Near Hydraulic Fracturing Sites?

By Joanna England / January 22, 2014 / 0 Comments

As Azle residents stormed a meeting of the Texas Railroad Commission yesterday demanding a moratorium on wastewater injection wells used in hydraulic fracturing (AKA fracking), commissioners gave no indication of halting the practice that homeowners blame for the recent spate of earthquakes in their small Tarrant County town.

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Acre's New High: After 2.5 Years on Market, Park Lane Lot Finds Happy Buyer

By Candy Evans / January 15, 2014 / 6 Comments

Get out your pens, folks, here is another market bellwether: 5020 Park Lane. On the market for 2.5 years. Could be because the seller listened to her psychic, not her trusted agent, when it came to pricing and set the price for the 1.12 acre lot at $3,595,000 and launched the listing when Mercury was […]

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Acre’s New High: After 2.5 Years on Market, Park Lane Lot Finds Happy Buyer

By Candy Evans / January 15, 2014 / 3 Comments

Get out your pens, folks, here is another market bellwether: 5020 Park Lane. On the market for 2.5 years. Could be because the seller listened to her psychic, not her trusted agent, when it came to pricing and set the price for the 1.12 acre lot at $3,595,000 and launched the listing when Mercury was […]

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