Hurricane Harvey

Yardi, RentCafe Offer Hurricane Harvey Displacement Service

By Joanna England / September 11, 2017 / 0 Comments

So many people lost everything — homes, cars, and all their possessions — in the wrath wrought by Hurricane Harvey. But there’s another category of people who were just as badly affected by this record-breaking storm: renters.  In some cases, renters are required to continue paying rent on uninhabitable apartments and homes, and some can’t […]

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What Would a Major Flood Look Like At Your House?

By Bethany Erickson / September 8, 2017 / 0 Comments

As the devastation Hurricane Harvey wrought two weeks ago becomes devastatingly clearer and flood waters slowly recede, many have asked: What would a similar flood look like in my neighborhood?   And could something like this happen in Dallas?

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Hurricane Harvey: Know Before You Rebuild

By Contributor / September 7, 2017 / 0 Comments

By Phil Crone Special Contributor The Dallas Builders Association extends its heartfelt thoughts to our friends on the coast who are suffering from the wrath and devastation caused by Hurricane Harvey. To help those affected, please text the word HARVEY to 90999 to make a $10 donation to the Red Cross or visit While […]

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Great Reason to Buy a Home in North Dallas: Kids Here Have Hearts of Gold

By Candy Evans / September 7, 2017 / 0 Comments

Over Labor Day weekend, teens all over town (who were in town) were likely sleeping in, texting each other, or playing games on their ipads. Not the enterprising, gold-hearted teens of MY neighborhood in North Dallas (Preston/Royal north of Preston Hollow). Janey Daniels is an 8th grader at Levine Academy. She wanted so badly to […]

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Surviving Hurricane Harvey: One Family’s Story

By Karen Eubank / September 5, 2017 / 1 Comment

The moment Hurricane Harvey hit, everyone called family and friends to see if they were safe and find out what we could do. My first call was to my friends Suzy and Brian. Brian is a vice president with an energy company. Suzy is a designer and owner of an antique shop. They have two […]

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Texas Realtors Pitching In to Help Harvey Victims

By Candy Evans / September 1, 2017 / 1 Comment

There is nothing like being in your own warm, dry, clean home. But for almost one-third of Houston and residents in other southeast Texas coastal cities, that feeling will be several months off. But the Texas real estate community is gearing up in a frenzy that almost rivals the size of the cat 4 storm […]

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