Central Appraisal District

The East Dallas Report: Will That Drop in Stonewall Jackson’s Academic Ratings Rattle Lakewood Real Estate?

By Candy Evans / October 5, 2011 / 0 Comments

By Bruce Felps, editor of the East Dallas Times Stonewall Jackson Elementary School, near the border of the M Streets-Greenland Hills neighborhood, recently took an academic rating hit from the Texas Education Agency. TEA dropped Stonewall’s rating from “exemplary” to “acceptable,” a drop of two rungs in the course of one school year. The decline […]

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Al and Erin Hill May Be Moving Out of Highland Park Home, Dismissing Staff – Dallas Real Estate News

By Candy Evans / July 29, 2011 / 4 Comments

Recall the story of Al and Erin Hill? A source now tells me that major changes have been made in the Hill household over there on Bordeaux. Last week, according to sources, employees were told they would be paid until the end of the month, and then their services would no longer be needed. And the […]

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Property Tax Appraisals In Your Mailbox but Never Fear: The Tax Doctor Is In!

By Candy Evans / April 30, 2011 / 0 Comments

May means great weather, less sneezing, and, in North Texas Real Estate parlance, time to grit our teeth over home appraisals. Property tax appraisals went out Friday, so this coming week we should be getting the hard, cold news about property taxes. Dallas rates have gone up. Property values have gone down. Will the Appraisal […]

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Al and Erin Hill Charged with Mortgage Fraud – Dallas Real Estate News

By Candy Evans / April 5, 2011 / 0 Comments

This is why it probably pays to subscribe to the Dallas Morning News, who is reporting that Al G. Hill III, descendant of legendary oilman H.L. Hunt, and his wife, Erin Nance Hill, were indicted last week on several felony counts of mortgage fraud. A grand jury returned three counts of making a false statement […]

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