Homeowners Association

Cheers To New Beginnings In Prestonwood Townhome Under $200k

By April Towery / December 15, 2019 / 0 Comments

This home is just about perfect for young professionals who don’t have a lot of extra time for cleaning and maintenance but still wants to own a home. Built in 1968, this condo on Archwood Lane – perfectly perched at the entrance to The Clubs of Prestonwood – is listed for $194,500.

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Trio of Edgemere on the Parkway Owners Sue Sellers, HOA, and Managing Agent ICI

By Jon Anderson / January 24, 2017 / 1 Comment

Just last month we reported on a lawsuit involving Preston Tower and now it’s been uncovered that another Pink Wall condominium is reeling from at least three lawsuits filed by recent buyers against their HOA, the prior owners, and managing agent Intercity Investments (also named in the Preston Tower suit and a third that was […]

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Merry Christmas: Park Towers Raises HOAs Dues Higher Than the Ritz Residences!

By Jon Anderson / December 22, 2015 / 2 Comments

Park Towers is one of Dallas’ original high-rises built in 1964 and located at Fairmount and the Katy Trail. It’s been no secret that I like their floor plans but hate the exterior of mismatched enclosed balcony “sheds” (that have finally been painted a uniform color). When I was looking to buy in 2012, I […]

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Fabulous Cedar Springs Townhome Has Tons of Space, No HOA Hassles

By Joanna England / August 28, 2015 / 0 Comments

There’s a lot to love about townhomes, especially when they’re in a prime location like Cedar Springs. You get your own garage space, perfect for storing your car and bike and maybe even a scooter, as well as plenty of outdoor living areas. But there’s a sticking point for me that has long been a […]

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This Kangeroo’s For You: Texas HOA Has a Heart (After All) in Spring, Texas

By Candy Evans / March 6, 2012 / 0 Comments

Well, we know Texas HOA’s are pretty strict, but this story might make you spring for joy. Down in Spring, Texas, near Houston, Nick and Jeni Dreis brought home a 6-month-old red kangaroo as a vocational training animal for their 16-year-old daughter Kala, who has Downs syndrome. Kala named the kangaroo Mike, who the Dreises were grooming to assist disabled persons in a future organic park and wildlife preserve near Conroe , according to ABC News reported.

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