Bryan Crawford

A Cherished Stately Tudor in Hollywood Heights

By Karen Eubank / December 10, 2019 / 0 Comments

On a leafy corner lot in Hollywood Heights stands one of the most venerable and stately Tudor homes in the neighborhood. I’ve walked or driven by it weekly for years and I always stop and marvel at the craftsmanship. It’s a perfect example of why we should all cherish historic homes. The magnificent two-story, 2,420-square-foot […]

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Inwood Park Transitional by Alexander Hunt Distinctive Homes

By Karen Eubank / July 26, 2018 / 0 Comments

Our Inwood Home of the Week is a gorgeous new Inwood Park transitional at 5049 Wateka Drive built by Alexander Hunt Distinctive Homes and listed by Bryan Crawford with Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s. We know what you’re thinking: “Where the heck is Inwood Park?” For you determined historians, it’s listed by DCAD as Greenway Village. Yeah, not […]

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Put This Dallas Uptown Church Under Your Tree for $8 + Million

By Candy Evans / December 23, 2015 / 2 Comments

It never ceases to amaze me what a difference a few miles make in real estate values. Here is a church in Uptown for sale that NO ONE wants to tear down! Last week, we told you about the George Dahl-designed church at the corner of Kiest and Polk at 1010 West Kiest Blvd., diagonally across […]

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Lease of the Week, Hollywood Heights Edition: The Pulse on Patricia

By Cassie Evans, J.D. / June 4, 2014 / 1 Comment

Many of you know I am obsessed with Hollywood Heights and the street that we live on. I love our neighbors, I love the trees, I love how our street is off the beaten path and many don’t know about it, and I love that it’s little and intimate. In fact, I have previously described […]

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Making Gen Y Buy: To Get Millennials To Sign, You Have To Woo Them Online

By Joanna England / August 2, 2012 / 0 Comments

“Listing online leaves lasting impressions,” recited Bryan Crawford. He’s a young but knowledgeable agent with Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s. He and his wife, Amanda, know how to get the attention of Dallas’ newest generation of homebuyers.

Generation Y, which stretches from the late ’70s through the ’80s, are often serial renters who are more likely to look online for their first home than anywhere else. So, how do you make homeownership more attractive than renting?

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