Dallas Relocation

Suburban Jungle Realty Roars Into Dallas With Dynamo Head Strategist Erica Tuscano

By Heather Hunter / July 3, 2017 / 0 Comments

Urban living can take a toll once kids come into the mix. Apartments get more cramped, minor inconveniences suddenly turn into major ones, and personal space comes at a premium. That’s where Suburban Jungle Realty comes in. Founded in New York almost a decade ago, Suburban Jungle’s specialty lies in relocating families from urban environments […]

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Friday Five Hundred: Cherish The Historic Details in This Downtown McKinney Prairie-Style Home

By Joanna England / August 7, 2015 / 1 Comment

Historic districts are some of my favorite neighborhoods. When my husband and I first moved in together, it was a Craftsman bungalow in Junius Heights that set the scene for some of our first days and weeks as a married couple. That huge, open front porch was a great place from which to meet our […]

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Tell Me Your Real Estate Story: Former Art Teacher Injects Cozy Style Into Lake Highlands Semi-Detached

By Joanna England / September 19, 2014 / 2 Comments

  I got to know Jane Cheek and her cute little boy, Abe, when she was teaching a toddler art class in East Dallas a little over a year ago. This talented stay-at-home-mom, a former art teacher, came up with the cutest ideas for crafts for our little buggers. When she and her husband, Daniel, […]

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Rivalry? What Rivalry? Chris Galis of Realty Austin Shows How Much Dallas and Austin Have in Common

By Joanna England / February 8, 2013 / 10 Comments

Chris Galis of Realty Austin has helped client after client find a spot in Austin that feels like home regardless of the area from which they hail. While no two cities are exactly alike, neighborhoods often have quite a bit more in common than we realize. Gallis shows us how Dallas compares with it’s southern compatriot, […]

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