Dallas Realtors

Ticket Giveaway: ABPA Homes For The Holidays Home Tour on Friday

By Joanna England / December 3, 2014 / 12 Comments

There are just two days until the highly anticipated ABPA Homes for the Holidays Home Tour, which showcases some truly amazing Highland Park homes that will have your brain buzzing with ideas for your own casa, and we have an early Christmas gift for our dear readers! Thanks to the amazing sponsors, of which we […]

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$400K And Up is a Diverse Price Range in Dallas

By Joanna England / November 28, 2014 / 1 Comment

I think that the $400Ks are the new $300Ks in Dallas, with a greater diversity of homes in established neighborhoods coming with features you used to see in houses priced around $300,000. Today we take a look at three different homes from three different brokerages in three different neighborhoods to see what you can get […]

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Dallas 100 Gives a Nod to Small Real Estate Brokerages

By Joanna England / November 25, 2014 / 0 Comments

  If it seems like the lists of top-performing companies in national business magazines are populated by industry mammoths and impossibly large corporations, it’s because they are. Sure, economies of scale can help a company realize success relatively fast, but these lists leave the real, tangible successes of small businesses in the shadows. Recognizing that […]

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Take a Look at the New Look for Dave Perry-Miller Real Estate

By Candy Evans / November 14, 2014 / 0 Comments

See those beautiful new white and very bright yard signs dotting the lawns of North Dallas, Preston Hollow, Park Cities, Lakewood, Uptown and Kessler Park? They are the new look of Dave Perry-Miller (& Associates) Real Estate. Today is the unveiling of Dave’s brand new re-branding courtesy of the Richards Group. “Just like you need […]

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Gone to Texas: More People are Moving to The Lone Star State

By Joanna England / October 3, 2014 / 0 Comments

We’ve been talking about this trend for some time, but thanks to the business-friendly environment Great State of Texas and our fantastic job market, more people are moving to our state from areas where there are fewer jobs and houses cost a whole lot more. And of course, when more people relocate to Texas, that […]

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Person of Interest Found in Missing Arkansas Realtor Case, Highlights Need For Greater Security Measures for Agents

By Joanna England / September 29, 2014 / 3 Comments

I just got off the phone with Dallas Police Department’s North Central Patrol Division Neighborhood Police Officer Mark Lutz, who will be giving us more detailed tips in the coming days on how Realtors can better protect themselves from dangerous criminals, so stay tuned. Until then, real estate agents can take some comfort in the news that […]

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