Affordable housing

HIVE Conference Kicks-Off Today in Austin

By Joshua Baethge / December 4, 2019 / 1 Comment

The fourth annual HIVE conference gets underway today in Austin.  The two-day event will feature CEOs, architects, authors, economists, and educators addressing the issues affecting today’s housing needs. In a recent press release promoting the event, Hanley Wood and Meyers Research CEO Jeff Meyers said the housing community now faces challenges unlike any seen before. […]

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Dallas City Center Changes Brand To Paragon Realtors

By April Towery / November 18, 2019 / 0 Comments

Dallas City Center Realtors changes its name and brand, housing affordability is at a three-year high, W Dallas Hotel draws a buyer, and Coldwell Banker introduces RealSure programs in Dallas, all in this week’s roundup of real estate news. Dallas City Center Changes Brand To Paragon Realtors Dallas City Center Realtors announced last week a […]

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Go From College Campus To Cinnamon Oaks In This Weekend One Hundred

By April Towery / November 17, 2019 / 0 Comments

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 […]

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Weekend One Hundred Offers Shelter From The Storm

By April Towery / November 2, 2019 / 0 Comments

Affordable homes continue to be listed in the Dallas area in the wake of the devastating tornadoes late last month, as residents ranging from apartment-dwellers to estate-owners look to find temporary or semi-permanent housing. The four-bedroom pad at 3031 South Marsalis Ave. is recently renovated and ready for immediate move-in, according to listing agent Alicia […]

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Rowlett Weekend One Hundred Is Less Than A Mile From Routier Murder Site

By April Towery / October 26, 2019 / 4 Comments

Rowlett sits on Lake Ray Hubbard, boasts nearly $1.5 billion in development, and is home to the Rowlett Wet Zone family water park. It’s also an underutilized, underrated area for housing. This 6,882-square-foot, one-story home at 3013 Sandra Lane has four bedrooms, two bathrooms, and plenty of updates. And for those who have a true […]

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RIBA Stirling Prize Claimed By Public Housing Project Shows What Can Be Done

By Jon Anderson / October 25, 2019 / 0 Comments

The Royal Institute of British Architects awards the Stirling Prize to the best building of any type built in the UK during that year. First awarded in 1996, the Stirling Prize has been awarded to everything from the media gallery of the Lord’s cricket pitch in 1999 to the rebirth of a 12th century fortified […]

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