David Weekley Homes

Webb Chapel Village: Are Neighborhood Worries City Concerns?

By Jon Anderson / June 28, 2019 / 4 Comments

Every zoning case initiates the sending of ballots to every property owner within 500 feet of the proposal. The list of property owners is supplied by the city, which use the list to mail ballots. Since the documents in a zoning case are public record, developers and their representatives often secure the list to educate […]

Read More

Webb Chapel Developer Offers Three Benjamins For Ballot, But is it Illegal?

By Jon Anderson / June 17, 2019 / 10 Comments

Did a developer offer to buy votes of approval for his proposed residential project in North Dallas? On Sunday, I received a note from Doug Bedell, a resident who seems to be leading the opposition to the proposed Northaven Trail Village project that would see 35 homes constructed on a 4.4-acre parcel zoned for 19 […]

Read More

Opposition Ebbs For Webb Chapel Development As Neighbors Educated

By Jon Anderson / May 29, 2019 / 24 Comments

In our continuing Dallas City Council election coverage (ha!), let’s take a look at the third of three precincts won by Laura Miller (and its adjacent precinct tie). Miller ran her campaign on an anti-development platform that resulted in her winning just three precincts where redevelopment cases lit a certain NIMBY fire. The first two […]

Read More

40th Annual McSam Awards Honored Best of Dallas Builders on April 13

By Joanna England / April 18, 2019 / 0 Comments

  Staff Reports The Dallas Builders Association has announced winners of its 40th Annual McSAM Awards, presented April 13 in partnership with StrucSure Home Warranty. The McSAM Awards are held each spring to recognize “maximum creativity in sales and marketing.” Almost 400 entries were received this year, and winners were named in 67 categories. Dale […]

Read More

Building Homes for Heroes to Build Argyle Home for Purple Heart, Green Beret Veteran

By Leah Shafer / October 5, 2016 / 0 Comments

U.S. Army Sergeant First Class Randy Nantz joined the military shortly after Sept. 11, 2001, at the age of 33. He wanted to join and serve his country before he reached the maximum age limit for army enlisted recruits at 35. A father of two young children at the time, Sgt. Nantz quickly rose through the ranks, […]

Read More

Skip the Leftovers and Family Drama, Head to These 4 DFW Open Houses This Weekend

By Leah Shafer / December 24, 2015 / 0 Comments

The weekend after Christmas is not prime real estate shopping time, so this weekend could be your opportunity to visit some lovely properties on the market without fighting crowds. It’s slim pickings for open houses, but we found four that range in price from $500K to $1.695 million in neighborhoods around North Texas.

Read More