Collin County

These 7 Texas Counties Make Work-From-Home-Friendly List

By Tommy Cummings / October 5, 2020 / 0 Comments

Texas has the highest number of work-from-home-friendly counties in the country, according to a recent National Association of Realtors study.

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This Ivy League Home Can Be Yours For A Community College Price

By April Towery / April 1, 2020 / 0 Comments

Princeton, Texas, is a forgotten gem between McKinney and Greenville. It offers great homes, lots of land, a stellar school system, and low cost of living.  Case in point: A five-bedroom rental at 1979 Mercer Lane is now leasing for just $2,450 per month. Times have certainly changed in recent weeks as the number of […]

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McKinney Real Estate Agent Sues Mayor As Citizen Petition for Shelter-in-Place Orders Grows Quickly

By Shelby Skrhak / March 28, 2020 / 29 Comments

Is the city of McKinney’s shelter-in-place order unconstitutional? That’s what a McKinney real estate agent alleges in his lawsuit against the mayor. Meanwhile, Collin County residents have begun a Change.org petition, asking County Judge Chris Hill to make his order consistent with surrounding counties who’ve asked citizens to stay home.

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Collin County Residents Mixed on New Shelter in Place Order That Says ‘All Businesses Are Essential’

By Shelby Skrhak / March 24, 2020 / 4 Comments

Collin County residents may have more questions than answers after officials issued a modified shelter in place order March 24, asking residents to stay home but urging businesses to stay open. It largely leaves decisions whether to stay home up to businesses and city mayors to enact stricter guidelines. “I’m announcing new ‘stay home, work […]

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COVID-19’s Arrival in North Texas Impacting Millions as Churches, Sports, Schools Shut Down

By Shelby Skrhak / March 12, 2020 / 0 Comments

Updated March 13 North Texas officials announced this week the Dallas area’s first “presumptive positive” cases of COVID-19, prompting schools to close, sports to cease, and churches to halt services. Late Friday afternoon, Bishop Edward Burns of the Catholic Dioscese of Dallas announced that daily and Sunday Masses will be canceled, as well as activities […]

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Californians Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop Moving To Texas

By April Towery / December 16, 2019 / 1 Comment

West Coasters flock to the Lone Star State, three DFW municipalities are among the best college cities in America, and Conor Commercial will bring an industrial project to Mesquite, all in this week’s roundup of real estate news. Californians Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop Moving To Texas We must be doing something right in the Lone […]

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