Dave Perry Miller

A Compelling Texas Regional Modern Treehouse

By Karen Eubank / May 4, 2020 / 3 Comments

This Texas Regional Modern treehouse is every childhood fantasy come to life. It’s today’s equivalent of entering the fairytale castle over the drawbridge or swinging into Tarzan and Jane’s pad. Dave Perry-Miller listing agent Stephen Collins described the feeling of the home perfectly. “It’s compelling,” he said. “If your heart rate does not go up […]

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Today’s Lull, Tomorrow’s Deal: Time to Engage Architects, Designers, and Realtors

By Jon Anderson / April 23, 2020 / 0 Comments

We’re all a little bored. We’ve run out of aloe for screen-burned eyeballs and we’re not feeling the burn bench-pressing soup cans – not to mention the angst at losing all those Flowbees on eBay. Yes, we’re at the point where a Flowbee must be backordered to a “wish list” or wedding registry on Amazon. […]

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HELP! This Estate Sale is Filled With Art, Antiques, And Beatles Memorabilia

By Jon Anderson / February 6, 2020 / 0 Comments

Before popping back on the market,Unit 2B at 3730 Holland Ave. will host an estate sale by Rusty Hunt of The Jewel Box in Snider Plaza this weekend.

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This Adult Treehouse Offers The Ultimate in Views And Style

By Karen Eubank / February 3, 2020 / 10 Comments

This adult treehouse is the ultimate in house porn. Views for days, a guest apartment, and the joy of feeling like a kid every day!

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Wayne Owens Hits the Ground Running at Dave Perry-Miller

By Joshua Baethge / January 13, 2020 / 0 Comments

  If you spent the late ’90s or early 2000s in Charleston, South Carolina, you may recall a man in a Panama Jack hat strolling the beaches. To the untrained eye, he appeared to be relaxed enjoying the sand and surf.  In reality, that hat was a walking billboard, and the man underneath was meticulously […]

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Best of 2019: 2019 Was A Big Year For Agent Migrations

By Joshua Baethge / December 30, 2019 / 0 Comments

In 2019 agents worked to find a balance between the firepower of large international firms and the perceived advantages of smaller local brands.  The year will also be remembered for the loss of one of Dallas’s most iconic firms. In March, news broke that Virginia Cook Realtors would be closing after 20 years in North […]

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