Dallas

Dallas Open Houses Big And Small, You’ll Love Them All

By Amy Puchaty / August 6, 2020 / 0 Comments

Big and small, these Dallas open houses are the perfect mix of what’s trending among today’s buyers. From the terrific townhome on Aylesport Drive to the luxury looker on Santa Maria Lane to the historic beauty on Briscoe, you’ll love them all! The only question is, which of our Open Houses of the Week is for you? […]

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How Will COVID-19 Affect Commercial Development in D-FW?

By Brandi Addison / March 20, 2020 / 0 Comments

Commercial development and construction appear to not yet be affected by the novel coronavirus in Dallas-Fort Worth. But its lasting impact is still unknown. In fact, Stephen E. Sandherr, CEO of Associated General Contractors of America, said he believes halting construction — in the future — would not be good, despite the current state of the […]

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It’s A Dilbeck! A Quirky and Charming 2-Bedroom In Glencoe Park

By April Towery / March 3, 2020 / 0 Comments

There’s something special about a Charles Dilbeck-inspired home, and it’s a rare and special occasion to find one in an affordable price range.  This two-bedroom, two-bathroom cottage is unique and interesting, a nice, cozy spot for a family looking to relocate to East Dallas.  The immaculately-detailed home at 3609 McMillan Ave., is perfectly nestled in […]

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Brand New Contemporary Masterpiece in Inwood Park Is Now Available For Rent

By April Towery / January 19, 2020 / 0 Comments

An architectural contemporary masterpiece is up for grabs in the upscale Inwood Park neighborhood, and it is everything. Homes in this area are known for unique features and a look that makes passers-by stop and snap a picture. When I was growing up in College Station, there was a home we all loved to gawk […]

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Get a Fresh Look With Vintage Flair in This Lake Highlands Ranch

By Joanna England / January 2, 2020 / 0 Comments

It seems Lake Highlands has truly arrived. Once a sedate area of Northeast Dallas complete with the random outcropping of interesting architecture, Lake Highlands now fetches a premium price for even a modest midcentury ranch. Take this listing from Local Resident Realtor Amy Timmerman.  While this home is adorable and yes, for less than $350k, […]

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Californians Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop Moving To Texas

By April Towery / December 16, 2019 / 1 Comment

West Coasters flock to the Lone Star State, three DFW municipalities are among the best college cities in America, and Conor Commercial will bring an industrial project to Mesquite, all in this week’s roundup of real estate news. Californians Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop Moving To Texas We must be doing something right in the Lone […]

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