Dallas Broker

One-on-One With Candy: Rogers Healy on the Strength of The DFW Market

By Candy Evans / April 6, 2020 / 2 Comments

He’s been at his ranch near Lindale, Texas, ever since the COVID-19-imposed quarantine began. But he’s still selling real estate, and eating healthy. Today’s one-on-one features real estate talk with our favorite millennial broker and go-getter Rogers Healy, founder of his eponymous brokerage Rogers Healy and Associates.

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Door.com Shuts Doors to 37 Agents, Pares Down Real Estate Operations

By Candy Evans / January 9, 2020 / 8 Comments

  Update 3:14 pm: found out Door.com has 34,000 square feet in the Dallas Parkway building which they are subleasing from another tenant. Going rate for these offices about $38 psf plus electricity. The Dallas-based real estate disruptor Door.com has laid off 37 employees in its Dallas headquarters. I first received word before the holidays […]

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Noblett Takes Unique Route to Dallas City Center

By Joshua Baethge / January 15, 2018 / 5 Comments

Scott Noblett admits that his real estate perspective is different from many of his peers. He believes that serves him well at Dallas City Center Realtors, where he was recently named to the board of directors. “DCC is known as one of the brokers that tries to do things a little differently,” he said. “They […]

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Are Flips Really That Hard to Find? Top Agents Say it Depends on Where You Look

By Joanna England / August 26, 2014 / 3 Comments

We were intrigued by a story from Bloomberg News citing RealtyTrac figures reportedly showing a nationwide decrease in flipping: Home flipping, in which a buyer resells a property quickly for a profit, is on the decline as U.S. residential price gains slow and foreclosures dwindle. Almost 31,000 single-family houses were flipped in the second quarter, representing 4.6 […]

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