Dallas regentrification

West Dallas Landlord Threatened Mass Eviction, Offering Path to Home Ownership, Continued…

By Candy Evans / May 25, 2017 / 6 Comments

  Whoa, hang on there a moment. I am back from my City Council run , catching up on real estate, and have a whole lot to say. But first, let’s take a DEEPER look at the story of Khraish Khraish and his West Dallas properties that we just reported on. I mean, this is a […]

Read More

Jim Schutze: “North Oak Cliff — Brooklyn But Your Parents Don’t Have to Support You”

By Candy Evans / July 15, 2016 / 3 Comments

Crusty Jim Schutze of The Dallas Observer wrapped a very long, very sad week in Dallas history with some stuff to be actually positive about. He didn’t come out and say it, but it’s really our real estate market: Burdened as we are by a peculiar past, even hobbled by a certain disconnection from national […]

Read More

Go East Young Millennial: The “Property Brothers” Are Changing Knox Henderson East One Flat at a Time

By Candy Evans / May 12, 2016 / 2 Comments

When Dallas Millennials are looking for their next move AFTER life in Uptown, usually their first post-college pad, they are increasingly looking toward the thriving corridor of Knox-Henderson east of North Central Expressway. The Cancun lifestyle is great, but gets old come 25. And there is activewear everywhere now on East Henderson. This stretch of […]

Read More