Icepocalypse

When An Ice Storm Hits Your Listing, What Should You Do? Harold Spiegel of Preservation Tree Offers Advice

By Joanna England / December 17, 2013 / 4 Comments

We know that Icemaggedon doesn’t discriminate between homes it hits, and while you may have worked tirelessly to get your listing ready for MLS, a downed branch or broken limb is a huge issue when it comes to showing a home. So, what should you do as a Realtor if one of your listings was […]

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Monday Morning Millionaire: A Home With Nine Fireplaces is Looking Pretty Cozy Right About Now

By Candy Evans / December 9, 2013 / 4 Comments

You know how some folks make fun of those who build build huge homes with multiple fireplaces? Why do you need multiple fireplaces in Dallas, they jeer, it never gets cold here. Yeah, right, and we never are without heat, are we? There’s a reason for fireplaces, and the folks in these homes know that […]

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An Icemaggedon Timeline: How East Dallas Is Managing To Survive The Ice-Pocalypse With The Help of Facebook and Neighborhood Associations

By Joanna England / December 9, 2013 / 10 Comments

We’ve been displaced from our home in Casa View Haven for going on four days now. Our little corner of East Dallas lost power around 4 a.m. on Friday, and while we thought we could tough it out that evening, we ended up doing a white-knuckle commute to Forney, where our in-laws live. A trip […]

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