Suburb Sunday

Study Shows Plano With Nation’s Largest 1BR and 2BR Apartments

By Tommy Cummings / November 22, 2020 / 0 Comments

A new ApartmentGuide.com study has determined that Plano has the biggest one- and two-bedroom apartments in the country.

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Not the Time to Buy? Frisco, Plano Lead Nation in Rising Number of Renters

By Tommy Cummings / November 15, 2020 / 0 Comments

Out of 314 U.S. cities, Frisco and Plano ranked first and second in a new study that tracked the increase in the percentage of renters vs. homeowners over the past decade. Yes, that’s correct: Frisco and Plano lead the nation in residents choosing to rent an apartment versus buying a condo or home. Frisco more […]

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India Developer’s Grass-Topped Community in Frisco is ‘Very Close to Nature’

By Tommy Cummings / November 8, 2020 / 0 Comments

Kamal Sagar’s unique vision of high-end homes coming to Frisco is finally coming into complete focus this month. India-based Total Environment Homes’ Tapestry community is starting a sales campaign this month on its 121-home residential community that features Texas native grasses on rooftops. We first heard about this in 2017 in a review by Frisco […]

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Ruth Buzzi Doesn’t Live in Southlake Anymore, But She’s Still a Big Fan

By Tommy Cummings / November 1, 2020 / 2 Comments

Actress Ruth Buzzi of Rowan & Martin’s Laugh-In fame was excited to hear that Southlake was again WalletHub’s choice as of the top 150 Best Small Cities in America.

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How Does Southlake Keep Making WalletHub’s Top Small Cities List?

By Tommy Cummings / October 25, 2020 / 2 Comments

In WalletHub’s latest rankings, Southlake rose to No. 8, best in North Texas, and an improvement of six spots from 2019. In 2018, Southlake ranked in the top one percent.

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4 Questions for Developer Tom Woliver About McKinney’s Newest 3,400-Home Community

By Tommy Cummings / October 18, 2020 / 0 Comments

The Painted Tree 3,400-home development in McKinney comes at a time of a housing inventory shortage in North Texas and homeowners are staying close to home during the pandemic.

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