Cindi Caudle is back in town and back at Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s. After spending a few months with Compass Real Estate, she returned Briggs where she had worked previously and felt very comfortable.
“One thing that I love about Briggs is that I love having the principle being a part of the community,” she said. “I think that is really beneficial and valuable.”
Caudle moved back to Dallas this spring after living in Midland for four years. Her husband’s work has necessitated several moves. For a time, she successfully sold in Chicago before returning to Texas. Since real estate is a relationship-based business, it’s been challenging for her to continually establish a new sphere of influence and build her client base. However, with a can-do spirit, and a little bit of a chip on her shoulder, she has managed to thrive wherever life has taken her.
“I sell real estate wherever I go,” she said. “Somehow I’ve been the luckiest girl in the world, and it’s worked out.”
Two Centrum Tower Condos, with exceptionally designed interiors, but price points that are miles apart. Yes, this week’s Splurge vs. Steal makes it tough to choose. Be sure to tell us which one is more you, the Light and Airy Splurge or the Warm and Inviting Steal? Both offer similar floorplans and square-footage but have price points that are miles apart.
Splurge: Light-Filled Beauty With Sleek Modern Touches For $699K
We love Richardson for its particularly cool mix of midcentury-built homes that have lush, large trees and even larger lots. That’s why it’s a favorite for buyers with an eye for good bones to come in and renovate these well-built homes with modern sensibility. For this Suburb Sunday, we’ve found three great renovated homes in Richardson— one that’s been completely renovated, another that’s on its way, and a third that’s ripe for future reno. Which is more your style?
Address: 409 W. Lookout Drive, Richardson
- 4 bedrooms, 3 baths
- 2,248 square feet
- Listed by Lynda Piepgras of Compass RE Texas
This 1969-built recently renovated home sits on an incredible quarter-acre lot in the coveted Canyon Creek neighborhood. Bold black doors, ceiling beams, and a black-painted fireplace are hallmarks of local EMRO Homes’ renovation. Knocking out a wall in the kitchen, the new open floor plan flows from living room to two dining areas to kitchen, which features quartz countertops, tiled backsplash, stainless steel farmhouse sink, and breakfast area. (more…)
As 2019 draws to a close, and every paycheck is going toward holiday gifts, new outfits for holiday parties, and holiday décor for the home, the last thing anyone wants to worry about is the home itself.
This stunning Mediterranean/traditional abode in Fairview sits on one acre and is perfect for a large Thanksgiving gathering or Christmas Eve sleepovers for the kiddos.
With commencement ceremonies around the corner for local colleges and universities, plenty of college grads will be looking for basic starter homes in the Dallas area. You won’t find a better price tag for a three-bedroom, one and one-half bathroom home in Mesquite’s Highland Hills West than $143,000. It can also be rented for $1,295 per month. (more…)
In bum-us-out news, City Modern 5 is closing its doors after 6 years making your mid-century dreams come true.
They’ll be hosting a liquidation sale all weekend long at their 1112 S. Akard Street location. Since they’re typically an appointment-only showroom, this is a double huge deal.
Amazing houses in Dallas – particularly in Old Preston Hollow – are common, even expected. Amazing houses in Preston Hollow that are available for immediate occupancy as a renter are almost unheard of.
A classic Georgian estate featuring six bedrooms and seven and one-half bathrooms is available now and “perfect in every way,” according to Susan Matusewicz with Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International.