Bluffview Estates Mediterranean With Character and Style

By Karen Eubank / November 13, 2017 / 1 Comment

Have you noticed that character is largely missing in homes today? There are plenty of beautiful luxury properties being built and finished out with a proven style that appeals to a tribal mentality. And, it’s becoming a bit boring. So, when we saw this magnificent Bluffview Estates Mediterranean that just oozed character — oh my, […]

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July 7, 2016: Real Estate Community Honors Our Fallen Heroes

By Candy Evans / July 7, 2017 / 0 Comments

This is the memorial for the five officers brutally slain last year in Dallas during a peaceful demonstration. Called the Circle of Heroes, it was created and funded by Dallas real estate developers as a dedicated a memorial. The six bronze plaques are mounted on stones that surround a flagpole. The location is along the […]

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Digital Living: With Internet-Enabled Devices, The Smart Home Is The Tattletale House

By Jon Anderson / March 21, 2017 / 3 Comments

In Edgar Allen Poe’s Tell-Tale Heart, the writer gets away with murder, boasting at seating detectives above the buried body while being interviewed. Good planning and credible acting were all that were required. In Arkansas, a murder case is winding through the courts.  Three men watched sports, got drunk, hit the hot tub and the […]

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Update: H-E-B Tea Leaves A Tiny Bit Clearer

By Bethany Erickson / November 1, 2016 / 2 Comments

It all started with one neighbor in the Preston Hollow/Midway Hollow area excitedly telling others via social media that a cashier at Central Market told her that 100 percent, no doubt about it, the Sunfresh Market site on Northwest Highway and Midway Road that was one of the sites H-E-B (also the parent company of […]

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Occupied Homes Need More Help: The Real Estate Staging Association’s State Convention

By Karen Eubank / September 23, 2016 / 0 Comments

  Do you ever wonder what your real estate stager does in between consulting on occupied and vacant properties, writing reports, proposals and contracts, shopping for and selecting just the right furniture and accessories for vacant properties, re-arranging furniture in listed homes that need help, managing inventory systems, packing, unpacking, scheduling deliveries and pickups? Well, […]

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Candy and Keller Williams Luxury at the DCC Tuesday to Talk Economic Development in North Texas

By Candy Evans / September 12, 2016 / 1 Comment

Tuesday is going to be a busy day in North Texas. But there are two events that are totally worth your time, one if you happen to be a Keller Williams Luxury Agent. Keller Williams Luxury Homes Division for the North Texas/New Mexico/Memphis Region has invited two key North Texas leaders to the Dallas Country Club […]

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