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A Picture Perfect Pied-à-Terre in The Tower

By Eric Prokesh / July 3, 2020 / 0 Comments
Pied-à-Terre

The literal translation of pied-à-terre is “foot on the ground,” and in this respect, the term couldn’t be more inaccurate in describing this 23rd-floor aerie with stunning unobstructed views of the cultural district and the Trinity River. The other connotation of the term is a small abode, perhaps even a secondary residence, and in this […]

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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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Rowlett Weekend One Hundred Is Less Than A Mile From Routier Murder Site

By April Towery / October 26, 2019 / 4 Comments

Rowlett sits on Lake Ray Hubbard, boasts nearly $1.5 billion in development, and is home to the Rowlett Wet Zone family water park. It’s also an underutilized, underrated area for housing. This 6,882-square-foot, one-story home at 3013 Sandra Lane has four bedrooms, two bathrooms, and plenty of updates. And for those who have a true […]

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You’ll Want to Come Home to These 3 Plano Houses After a Long Workday

By Shelby Skrhak / September 29, 2019 / 0 Comments

Plano has plenty of superlatives like the safest city, the best place to live, and best place to buy a home in America, but the Collin County city has another interesting superlative — #2 hardest-working city in America according to Kempler Industries. Actually, six of the country’s 10 hardest-working cities are in North Texas, including Dallas […]

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Luxury Country Living Is Possible for Under $400K in Burleson

By Shelby Skrhak / September 1, 2019 / 0 Comments

Located 14 miles south of Fort Worth along I-35W, the city of Burleson dates back to 1881 when it was named in honor of Dr. Rufus C. Burleson, president of Baylor University. Burleson has a country living vibe with highly-rated schools, easy commuting to Fort Worth, and well-priced homes that offer a lot of square footage […]

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Suburb Sunday: Before There Was Frisco, There Was Valley Ranch

By Shelby Skrhak / August 11, 2019 / 0 Comments

These NFL pre-season games have us ready for some serious Dallas Cowboys tailgating, but before there were Yeti coolers, there were trusty old Colemans. And before there was Frisco and Arlington, there was Valley Ranch and Irving. For this week’s Suburb Sunday, we’re taking a look at Valley Ranch, the master-planned community in northern Irving […]

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