Gated Community

Tuesday Two Hundred: Townhome Near Oak Lawn Has High Ceilings, Low HOA Fees

By Leah Shafer / February 17, 2015 / 1 Comment

One of the benefits of living in a condo or townhome is little or no yardwork and someone else to take care of common areas. But that comes at a price, in the form of HOA fees, which can be crazy expensive (last week’s Tuesday Two Hundred’s HOA fees rang in at a hefty $1,053 […]

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Monday Morning Millionaire: A Masterpiece of Modern Design in the Best Possible Location

By Candy Evans / October 21, 2013 / 8 Comments

There is that one aspect of great design that every homeowner hopes to achieve: timelessness. Who wants their home, like their shoulders, to be defined by the fad of an era? Not me. I am stuttering over the “t” word here (turrets. There, I said it.) or the low slung rooflines of the ’60s and […]

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Monday Morning Millionaire: Nothing Says “Relaxation” Like Having Your Own Backyard Waterfall

By Joanna England / June 25, 2012 / 0 Comments

Let’s say you’re tired of the hustle and bustle of city life and you want your own spot in the country to relax, raise a few kids, all while conveniently close to Lake Lewisville. Oh, and you want a waterfall in your backyard.

You are in luck.

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Hot Neighborhoods: Richwoods in Frisco. Three Minutes to Everywhere

By Candy Evans / January 5, 2012 / 0 Comments

I have not seen it yet, but I am heading there Friday. The Richwoods development in Frisco seems to be on everyone’s radar. It’s only 3 minutes to Highway 121, 4 minutes to the grocery store and 8 minutes to Stonebriar Mall. 121 George W. Bush, by the way, is my new favorite highway to get to DFW […]

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Is the Florida Real Estate Market Scraping the Sandy Beach Bottom?

By Candy Evans / February 27, 2011 / 0 Comments

Mary Ann and Fred Davis bought a home in Naples, Florida for $200,000. 2400 square feet and 40% off what it sold for in 2005. The home is in a gated community and they plan to keep it as a second home/family retreat for years, hence no pie-in-the-sky buy and flip notions. I’ve got more […]

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