Dallas Real Estate News

How to Sanitize a Listing: Cleaning Expert Debbie Sardone

By Candy Evans / March 27, 2020 / 2 Comments

Debbie Sardone REALLY knows how to clean. She heads up the No 1 residential cleaning academy in the world, training other cleaning company owners, and she owns the largest residential cleaning company here in North Texas: Buckets & Bows Cleaning Service. To make it even more relevant, her son is Dallas builder Steven Sardone, who […]

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Dallas County Moves to Shelter in Place to Stem Coronavirus Transmission

By Joanna England / March 23, 2020 / 0 Comments

As of midnight on Monday, March 23, Dallas County will have a mandatory “shelter-in-place” order. What does that mean for residents? The order states people may leave their residences only for essential activities — including to get supplies for themselves and their families or perform tasks essential to their health and safety and that of […]

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HUD Suspends Foreclosures, Evictions As Coronavirus Keeps Businesses Closed

By Joanna England / March 19, 2020 / 0 Comments
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The economic impact of the novel coronavirus can’t be understated, as businesses limit service in order to slow the virus’ spread. Restrictions on public gatherings and service-oriented businesses have put a significant amount of the workforce out of work. Several government organizations are suspending evictions and foreclosures to keep workers in their homes despite their […]

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Letter to AG Regarding Reverchon Park Records Hides Behind Privilege

By Jon Anderson / February 16, 2020 / 2 Comments

Jon Anderson says a letter regarding his open records request implies that the public didn’t have the full picture of the Reverchon Park deal.

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What’s To Hide? City Hall Sends Open Records Request on Reverchon Park to Texas AG

By Jon Anderson / February 6, 2020 / 0 Comments

I received a note from the Dallas City Secretary’s Office regarding my open records request concerning communications and documents surrounding the Reverchon Park deal passed by Dallas City Council on Jan. 8.

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New Oak Lawn Starbucks Brings The Problems We Knew It Would

By Jon Anderson / February 4, 2020 / 9 Comments

What do you do when a contentious structure isn’t anything like the one developers proposed? Jon Anderson examines the predictable issues surrounding the Starbucks on Oak Lawn.

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