Dallas real estate

Steve Killingback Proves (Twice!) That FaceTime Tours Can Sell Houses

By Nikki Barringer / July 21, 2020 / 0 Comments

FaceTime: It’s not just for waving at babies and confusing your parents anymore. Turns out it’s actually for selling houses. Especially during COVID-19 times. Just ask Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s Steve Killingback, who’s more than just a little Michael Carrington. He’s from London, completely charming, and would no doubt learn to ride a motorcycle if the […]

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Real Talk: How Do We Clear Obstacles to Black Homeownership in Dallas?

By Candy Evans / July 3, 2020 / 0 Comments

It was a hot June, and I am not talking about the temperature. I am talking about the emotions in our cities. Just as we came out from under the Shelter-In-Place to keep Covid-19 under control, the nation was shocked by the murder of a Black man as he was arrested in Minneapolis, setting off […]

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Hardwoods And Natural Light Abound in This East Dallas Midcentury Modern

By April Towery / May 20, 2020 / 0 Comments

A big backyard, hardwood floors, and gourmet kitchen combine for the perfect Midcentury Modern home in East Dallas. Just in time to beat the summertime blues, this Silverock stunner rents for just $3,000 per month. It’s in the Dixon Branch neighborhood, near Garland Road, Northwest Highway, and White Rock Lake.  Featuring four bedrooms, two bathrooms, […]

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It’s Hard to Surprise a Home Inspector, But Not Impossible

By CandysDirt.com Contributor / May 19, 2020 / 0 Comments

Every week, the detail-oriented folks at Green Scene Home Inspections will give CandysDirt.com readers an education in inspection. Want to see what they see? Tune in for “Upon Closer Inspection.” As a home inspector, you learn to expect the unexpected, but sometimes, we’re legitimately surprised. Here are a few examples of times home inspectors encountered something […]

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Show Business: What It’s Like To Be In Real Estate Right Now

By Nikki Barringer / April 23, 2020 / 5 Comments

That’s a musical instrument announcing something you didn’t necessarily ask for, but also didn’t NOT ask for, so we’ll take it! It’s called A Day in the Life of a Realtor When The World Is Basically Bananas and here’s how it goes: 1. Wake up, check roots. I’ve been bleaching my hair since high school […]

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Kessler Park Jewel Hiding In Plain Sight For $495,000

By Amy Puchaty / April 3, 2020 / 0 Comments

Every now and then a listing comes along that surprises and delights. Such is the case with our Kessler Park Friday Four Hundred. Listing agent, Ged Dipprey with Dave Perry-Miller InTown, tells us this gem has been hiding in plain sight since 1999! Let’s take a closer look. A Kessler Park Stunner Hidden In The Trees […]

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