House Moving

Move It or Lose It: Home Moving May Be The Environmental Choice For Preservation

By Jon Anderson / October 10, 2017 / 3 Comments

It’s been estimated that two acres of forest are cut down for each 1,200 square feet of house built. It’s also estimated that for every 2,200 pounds of cement produced, 1,980 pounds of carbon dioxide are released into the atmosphere. Cement production accounts for approximately 10 percent of man-made carbon dioxide emissions and over 15 […]

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Cross-Country Moves: Realtor Jana Kading’s Handy Guide to Finding a Realtor and Your Next Home

By Heather Hunter / June 14, 2017 / 0 Comments

Moving is stressful. Cross-country moves can quickly turn up the stress meter up to an 11. Realtor Jana Kading knows this firsthand. Kading shares some practical advice for planning your long-distance move – and for dialing down that stress meter way, way down. A good, trusting relationship with your Realtor will make all the difference […]

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On a Tight Deadline, Crew Moves Historic Bishop Arts House to West Dallas

By Amanda Popken / January 19, 2017 / 1 Comment

The landscape of  the Bishop Arts District is changing quickly — tiny historic Craftsman homes by the dozens are being razed for apartment complexes, half-million dollar condos, and five-story mixed-use developments going up. One developer, once demonized by the community for their rudimentary design out of the gate, just won major Brownie points with the help of Rogers Jr. House […]

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