Coronavirus

Parenting Your Parent During COVID-19: the New Norm at Cambridge Caregivers and Manchester Living

By Candy Evans / September 7, 2020 / 0 Comments

As Dallas heads into the COVID “orange” zone, many families are looking at ways to make sure their elderly loved ones are well cared for and safe, especially if they live out of town. Manchester Living and Cambridge Caregivers are two of the best care options in Dallas.  A New Kind of Aging In Place Manchester Place Care […]

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Which Northern Dallas Suburbs Are Still Diamonds in The Rough?

By CandysDirt.com Contributor / August 24, 2020 / 0 Comments

By Daniel Hightower SmithContributor The coronavirus pandemic has set in motion a work-from-home experiment on a large scale, liberating urban dwellers to consider farther-flung suburbs for a home base. Being close to inner-city downtowns is not as meaningful as it once was, leaving some considering which northern suburbs of Dallas have the most value for […]

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Historically Low Inventory Drives Q2 Housing Market in Texas, Economists Say

By Joanna England / July 27, 2020 / 0 Comments

Despite the COVID-19 crisis, real estate is one of the few industries that kept churning, though the number of home sales across the state have trended downward in the second quarter of 2020 according to the Quarterly Housing Report from Texas Realtors. However, economists at the Real Estate Center say that though the market has […]

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Title Tip: What Does Your Closing And The Coronavirus Have in Common?

By Lydia Blair / July 14, 2020 / 0 Comments

What do the novel coronavirus and real estate closings have in common? Hopefully not that much. But now that I think about it, there are some dynamics that both a pandemic and a real estate transaction share. Regardless of how much or you plan or what precautions you take, unpleasant things can happen. Just like […]

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Despite COVID-19, Buyer Demand, Low Inventory Make For a Seller’s Market

By Joanna England / July 13, 2020 / 1 Comment

Put your coffee down, because you don’t want to spit on your phone when I tell you this: Houston’s real estate market has already rebounded from the March plummet due to the coronavirus. That’s directly from the Houston Association of Realtors. And the Bayou City isn’t alone. In fact, homes are flying off MLS at […]

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What Day Is It? Totally Over the COVID Life

By Adlene Neely Dealey / June 24, 2020 / 4 Comments
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Remember in March when we all were told to go on ‘git inside because the COVID was coming, and we all bought yarn and bought sourdough starters from the back of minivans at Preston Center and had Very Grand Plans of living that Laura Ingalls Wilder life, complete with the not having any toilet paper? […]

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