“In the fall, Texas Realtors usually start to catch their breath as the summer selling season draws to a close, but not this year,” said Shad Bogany, chairman of the Texas Association of Realtors. “Demand for Texas homes remains strong, keeping buyers and sellers in the market, and Texas Realtors, busy.” We couldn’t have said […]Read More
Southlake is such a fabulous town, with great schools, incredible shopping, and beautiful neighborhoods. I just love this area, which is perfect for families with school-aged kids. But what if your nest is empty and you’re not expecting a boomerang kid? Downsizing has probably crossed your mind. That’s what Merlene Ingraham and her husband are […]Read More
(Photo: Kevin Kretschmar via flickr) CandysDirt.com will be covering Xplode Dallas today and the Texas Association of Realtors annual conference Saturday through Tuesday, and one thing is for sure — we are going to be tired on Wednesday! If you want to learn about increasing your online presence and making the most of social networking, […]Read More
When I first met Crystal Gonzalez, I was impressed. She’s smart but accessible, kind but tough, and above all, she’s passionate about homes. The Lubbock native and David Griffin Realtor lives in Winnetka Heights and strives to serve her community, and Dallas as a whole, as both an agent and a citizen.
Gonzalez, who’s as beautiful as she is busy, sat down and answered a few questions for CandysDirt.com. We’re pleased as punch to have her on the blog! Find out more about this young, insightful Realtor after the jump!Read More
(Editor’s Note: This is the fourth and final installment of our “Outside the Frame” series that offers the insights of Dallas’ leading real estate photographers on subjects that are both important and often controversial in the industry. Check out our first, second, and third installments for more.)
Today we chat with Jason of First Showing Photography, who feels that professional photography makes a first impression that sticks with buyers regardless of how a home shows. So why can’t professional photographers manage to charge more for their services? Find out this and more with our final installment of “Outside the Frame” after the jump.Read More
It’s Friday, so we want to give you some good news that should hold you over through the weekend’s open houses, while you hover expectantly over the fax machine waiting for a seller to accept your client’s offer. First, the Dallas real estate market has fully recovered to pre-recession levels. Second, foreclosure inventory in Texas […]Read More