Dallas MLS

Jon Anderson: How Real Estate Transaction Non-Disclosure Cheats All Taxpayers

By Jon Anderson / March 23, 2016 / 14 Comments

Taxes are paid so that government can pool monies that enable it to embark on projects that enrich society as a whole. When government is underfunded, education and infrastructure suffer. Anyone who jumped for joy at their measly property tax reduction this year also abdicated their right to complain about DISD, potholes, or Fair Park.  […]

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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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Thursday Three Hundred: Little Forest Hills Home Would Shine With Better Photos

By Joanna England / May 15, 2014 / 7 Comments

This is a real tragedy, people. What you’re about to see should never, ever happen. Brace yourself. Here is an adorable home in Shamrock Shores inside Little Forest Hills, with three bedrooms and two baths, and photos that would send homebuyers running.

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Thursday Three Hundred: Spread Out! With a Double Lot, This Home on Walnut Hill Has The Space You Crave

By Joanna England / May 8, 2014 / 0 Comments

Not every home is a great buy because of the finish-out, the appliances, or the landscaping. Some of them are outstanding buys because of the lot. So while there are some things I love about 3806 Walnut Hill, a 1952 traditional ranch in the Marsh Lane subdivision, it’s the almost half acre lot that has […]

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