Dallas Voice

Smart Designs by Stephan Sardone Make for Efficient, Handsome Home Renovations

By Leah Shafer / February 16, 2015 / 0 Comments

Stephan Sardone did not arrive at his career in home renovation by direct route. The Flower Mound native headed to graduate school with the intention of earning his masters, then traveling to Papua, New Guinea, to work with indigenous tribes and translate their native languages, as well as aid with microfinance projects and community development. […]

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The Growing Gay-borhood of Flippers: Real Estate Investing is More Difficult Than it Looks on TV, Says Dallas Voice Column

By Joanna England / October 21, 2013 / 0 Comments

Loved this column in the Dallas Voice about flipping, mainly because I have said this myself a time or two: Flipping homes is a lot harder than it looks!

And yet, TV shows such as Will & Grace, Modern Family, and innumerable programs on HGTV and DIY show people navigating the dicey waters of flipping residential properties.

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We Asked, They Answered: District 2 Candidate Herschel Weisfeld Wants Nasher, Museum Tower, to Work Together For Solution

By Joanna England / April 11, 2013 / 6 Comments

Editor’s Note: This is the fourth installment of our series of Dallas City Council candidate questionnaires. You can view the first here, the second here, and the third here. We attempted to contact each candidate in every contested race (10 races total), and those who responded with a working email address received the same eight questions. We gave […]

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Dallas Stager Karen Eubank Shares Top Tips on Dallas Voice Blog

By Joanna England / March 1, 2013 / 0 Comments

We love it when we see hard-working stagers getting some much-deserved recognition. Karen Eubank, who occasionally writes for CandysDirt.com, was profiled by the Dallas Voice on how to get top dollar for your property. Eubank, who’s been a stager since before they started calling it “staging,” gives some great advice in the story. My favorite […]

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