David Griffin

Monday Morning Millionaire, II: One Arts Plaza Perfection — the Personal First Dibs Home of Lucy Billingsley

By Candy Evans / June 4, 2012 / 0 Comments

I caught up with the amazing agent and friend that is Scott Deakins the other day, fresh from his jumpola from David Griffin (with whom he remains, of course, great friends) to Briggs Freeman’s (beautiful) new Uptown digs in February. Scott is rather the proud papa of One Arts Plaza residential. He should be; he […]

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Dallas Realtor News: Kucharski Group Joins David Griffin & Company, Virginia Cook’s Luxury Boutique

By Candy Evans / May 7, 2012 / 0 Comments

David’s dream team is growing like hotcakes! Handsome Robert Kucharski, buyer’s agent Paul Kirkpatrick and their assistant Kim Dunbar (a guy) joined forces with David Griffin & Company last week, moving over from Prudential. Robert’s work in Dallas is legendary, particularly in East Dallas and Oak Cliff, where he once listed the Mary Ellen Bentsen […]

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David Griffin + Keith Cox: Watch Out, Oak Cliff/Bishop Arts: The Force is WITH YOU!

By Candy Evans / April 4, 2012 / 0 Comments

I will just lay it right out: David Griffin and Keith Cox are two of my most favorite people in the world. David and I go way back to when he was marketing the W Residences — God, that makes me feel old! (But David looks so young!) He has always, always been bullish on downtown Dallas real estate and property

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Dallas Real Estate News: Fiscus Property Went Under Contract One Day After Listing

By Candy Evans / May 9, 2011 / 0 Comments

I’ll be honest: I was reading the doom& gloom real estate report in the Wall Street Journal last night, and gearing up to post something for you because, honestly, I always want to tell you the truth about the market. I know financing is 100% of our problem with the double dip — oh and […]

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Another Secret House (Almost As Secret as the First One) for Sale in Dallas

By Andrew Chalk / January 6, 2011 / 0 Comments

Nobody ever sells on Stonebridge Drive in Dallas (well, two were sold in the neighborhood whole of last year). ¬†The street has anti-tank berms at the north end that virtually eliminate rush hour rat-runners and drunken revelers lost after midnight. It makes for a quiet existence, dismembered from the hurly-burly of living in the heart […]

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