Glenn Beck

Suddenly For Sale: Take a Peak Inside Glenn Beck’s Mammoth Vaquero Mansion

By Candy Evans / July 18, 2018 / 1 Comment

“Beck is also wisely excluding the mineral rights to his property, though I doubt anyone would drill in Vaquero.” Glenn Beck may be trying to sell off some of his Westlake property because, according to various news reports, his media empire is not doing all that well currently. According to The Daily Beast, just a […]

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Glenn Beck Report: Studios at Las Colinas, Keeping Low Pro in Vaquero

By Candy Evans / December 15, 2011 / 0 Comments

Word from the Fort Worth Star Telegram that Glenn Beck has settled on a location for his media empire: The Studios at Las Colinas. Nice, but not too close to his home in Vaquero. I was in the posh gated community over the weekend and asked how the latest famous Vaquero resident was doing: pretty […]

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So Who All Lives in Westlake? The Rich and Famous: Dallas Real Estate News

By Candy Evans / July 20, 2011 / 0 Comments

So just who all lives in Westlake — or rather Vaquero, the toniest of the luxury developments out there off Dove Road? Glenn Beck. Mark Charles Teixeira. Chuck Greenberg. Jonas Brothers fam — Kevin and Danielle moved to LA last October. Ben Crane, K.J. Choi, Todd Hamilton (was leasing but closed on his house one month […]

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Is Texas One of the WORST Places to Buy Real Estate?

By Candy Evans / July 13, 2011 / 0 Comments

I hope not, because I just calculated that we have had a 32% increase in the physician population of our state since 2000. And that’s good news for Texas real estate. Now a commenter offered a different look at Texas Real Estate. Can’t say I totally disagree with him, he’s spot on about property taxes: Candy, […]

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It’s the Economy, Stupid, (and the Two Glenns): Why Rick Perry is Mulling a White House Run

By Candy Evans / July 5, 2011 / 0 Comments

I found this piece in the LA Times over the holiday weekend — it takes a brutally honest look at the Texas economy. One of every four jobs in the U.S. has been created in Texas post-recession — something I know you’ve heard here before, but the sound is now resonating loud and clear across the […]

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Dallas Real Estate News: Perceived Thrift Is The Newest Trend in Real Estate

By Candy Evans / July 3, 2011 / 0 Comments

Remember when, right after Lehman Brothers tanked and the market crashed in fall of 2008, how plain brown shopping bags were the rage? Conspicuous consumption was out, and the wealthy did not want anyone to know that they were blowing $90,000 a month on revolving credit at luxury stores when so many people were out of work. (My friends who work at […]

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