In this week’s Agent Migration column, Summer Winkers rejoins former colleagues at the Standard while Adam Caskey chooses Century 21 Judge Fite. Did you make a big move? Contact Joshua Baethge.
Summer Winkler joined the Standard Real Estate after seven years with Keller Williams. The move reunites her with Standard partner Joshua Vernon, with whom she previously worked.
“I’m so excited about the collaboration of people that are at the Standard,” she said. “I’ve had the opportunity to watch them grow and I think they are going to have a big part of this market.”
Last month, we went on a search to find the cheapest habitable home in Dallas — not only to prove they exist but also to highlight a market that doesn’t get the attention it needs.
And after that story was published, we heard from readers who asked for more. Today, we’re going to take a look at two houses, with one needing a little more spit and shine than the other, but both immediately habitable. (more…)
From the 1940s through the 1960s, developers slung together a small development northwest of the Dallas Executive (Redbird) Airport called Kimball Estates, complete with relaxing street names like Oak Arbor and Shoreline Drives along with Shady Hollow and Drowsy Lanes. The two homes on Telstar Drive were among the last, named after the first satellites to carry “tele” signals … graph, phone, and vision. In 1948 when 3848 Shady Hollow Lane was built, it was pretty much radio all the way.
The homes in this neighborhood are generally good-sized, ranch-style designs with a few dormered second stories here and there. Prices are pretty sweet, too. For example, 3848 Shady Hollow is a three-bedroom ranch with two bathrooms and 1,746 square feet on an 85- by 129-foot lot. It’s listed for $169,900 by Patty Tafoya Valenzuela of Century 21 Judge Fite.