Britt Rhodes

Stonewall Terrace Bungalow Is the Perfect Thursday Three Hundred

By Shelby Skrhak / July 25, 2019 / 0 Comments

Britt Rhodes of Briggs Freeman has a darling listing at 5820 Palm Lane for $379,000 in coveted North Stonewall Terrace in Dallas. This 1940s stone bungalow with 1,283 square feet features three bedrooms and two baths, a well-packed floorplan that’d be great for a young family wanting to attend award-winning Mockingbird Elementary or someone whose looking for […]

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Mark Cain Takes Team to Compass; Britt Rhodes Chooses Briggs

By Joshua Baethge / October 26, 2018 / 1 Comment

  In this week’s Agent Migration column we catch up with two veteran agents who recently made big moves. Did you make an Agent Migration? Contact Joshua Baethge. Mark Cain Take Team to Compass Realtor Mark Cain has moved to Compass Real Estate. “The decision to move was not made lightly as I invested nearly […]

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Now a Major Real Estate Market Force, More Milliennials Make Move to Suburbs

By Joanna England / March 19, 2018 / 2 Comments

NAR’s recent generational survey uncovered some really interesting trends. For starters, more and more Millennials are eschewing urban life and heading for the burbs, where they can afford to buy a house. Though Millennials contributed the largest share of home buyers in 2017 at 36 percent, a shortage of single-family construction has kept aspiring homebuyers […]

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JNT Developers Brings Stunning Contemporary To C Streets

By CandysDirt.com Contributor / November 14, 2017 / 0 Comments

By Amy Dobson Special Contributor A house that makes people instantly take notice has just arrived in the C Streets neighborhood thanks to the team at JNT Developers. It isn’t just the dramatic angles of the exterior or the full-size balcony that catches your eye as you drive by. It’s when you step inside and […]

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Buyer be Aggressive: Available Inventory Takes Longest Plunge in 20 Years, Driving Dallas Buyers to Frustration

By Heather Hunter / July 7, 2017 / 0 Comments

Realtor.com is hailing it the longest inventory decline in two decades. According to a new report from the online property search site, there were 11 percent fewer homes available in June 2016 than the previous year. The drop marks the 24th consecutive month of falling inventory – the longest streak in 20 years. Home prices also […]

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Three Cheers for a Refreshed Ranch on Yosemite, With Mucho Surprises in the Back

By Karen Eubank / November 26, 2016 / 1 Comment

Nothing warms our hearts more than a Ranch-style home, especially a refreshed ranch. This all-American house style was popularized in the 1950’s, notably by architect Cliff May, and quickly became the iconic suburban home. The simple informal design captured the imaginations and suited the lifestyles of the post-war generation. What goes around, comes around and […]

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