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How Would You Score the Debate Between Gates and Miller?

By Candy Evans / April 5, 2019 / 18 Comments

A couple of days ago, Phil Crone, Dallas Builders Association Dallas Division executive officer, asked for help plugging the DBA debate planned for April 4 at the division’s monthly meeting. Knowing that Jennifer Staubach Gates had canceled an earlier debate, I jumped on this and called executive editor Joanna England: we’ve got to live stream it! […]

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Miller, Gates Face Off in Dallas Builders Association-Hosted Debate

By Candy's Dirt / April 5, 2019 / 0 Comments
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Candy will dissect the debate later today, but for now, we have the recorded Dallas Builders Association debate between District 13 incumbent Jennifer Staubach Gates and former mayor Laura Miller. Let us know what you think!

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Alston Avenue Bungalow Maximizes Charm and Space

By Eric Prokesh / April 5, 2019 / 0 Comments

With the 37th annual Fairmount Tour of Historic Homes on the near horizon, it seems a good time to take the temperature of the market in the trendy Near South neighborhood. In short, it’s still hot. Realtor.com is more circumspect, calling the market balanced, meaning there is a healthy balance of buyers and sellers in […]

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Dallas Builders Association Member Spotlight: James Andrews Custom Homes

By Joanna England / April 5, 2019 / 0 Comments

Those who got the chance to attend our event at the Wolf/Sub-Zero showroom last month will remember Matt Mitchell of James Andrews Custom Homes. The panel discussion, which was moderated by our founder and publisher Candy Evans, centered on innovation in the building industry and how technology was changing the face of the custom home.  […]

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In Real Estate and in Life, There’s Nothing Average About Joe Atkins

By Karen Eubank / April 5, 2019 / 4 Comments

Joe Atkins and I held hands — sweating and terrified. Then we ran, screamed, and jumped off the top of a giant platform, into the trees. Not exactly how you get to know your average Realtor, but then there is nothing average about Joe. Don’t worry, that scene ended well. We were just zip-lining on […]

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Residence Of Presidential Portrait Painter Up For Grabs In Perry Heights

By Amy Puchaty / April 5, 2019 / 1 Comment

Feast your eyes on the former private residence of presidential portrait painter, Alexander B. Clayton. This refined Park Place townhome is now on the market and listed by Kerry Walton with Dave Perry-Miller Real Estate for $435,000. And there is more than one reason to fall head over heels for this Perry Heights gem. Presidential Panache “For […]

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