Set in Stone: New Takes On A Design Favorite

By Elaine Raffel / April 30, 2020 / 1 Comment

In all its iterations, stone lends a timeless and elegant vibe to a home’s aesthetic. Interesting and innovative options abound, both inside the house and out.

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An Italian Holiday, Airlines, and Bad Timing

By Karen Eubank / March 16, 2020 / 2 Comments

“No one at [Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport] was ready for this,” Robbie Terry said. Least of all the airlines. Robbie and his wife, Molly Terry, are Lakewood residents who returned from southern Italy last week. On Thursday, March 12, to be specific. Their story gives new meaning to the phrase “timing is everything.” The Terrys […]

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Real Estate Events Canceled In Wake of Coronavirus Outbreak

By April Towery / March 10, 2020 / 0 Comments

As panic surrounding COVID-19 increases, and the number of diagnosed cases in Texas continues to climb — including a just-announced case of Coronavirus in Colling County — officials in every industry, including real estate, are taking precautions.  NAR Cancels California Events The National Association of Realtors announced last week it will no longer hold events […]

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For a Buck Thirteen, You Can Own Property in Italy — and Get Famous

By Bethany Erickson / April 17, 2019 / 1 Comment

Wanna live in Italy? Wanna buy a house for roughly $1.13? Wanna be famous? Did you know it’s Wednesday so all chances of this being the boon it sounds like are slim to none? Yeah. Hi. It’s Wednesday. Anywho, the municipality of Mussomeli, in Sicily, has what we call in the industry a metric butt-ton […]

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