Find the Ultimate Luxury High-Rise Living with Expertise of Ebby Halliday Realtors |

Hi-rise living is a popular option, especially in some of the best buildings in Dallas. Whether you’re buying or selling a hi-rise home, you need an expert on board to help navigate the process. 

I’ve found the Realtors at Ebby Halliday to be some of the most knowledgeable in the business, and they certainly get some fabulous listings! I’ve found three you’ve got to see, including a penthouse at The Mayfair that has us all enamored. 



northwest dallas homeNorthwest Dallas is full of family-friendly neighborhoods where buyers can get a lot of home for their money.

Our Thursday Three Hundred at 3462 Flair Dr. is in one of these areas, Park Forest. This is a late-1950s neighborhood in Northwest Dallas, bounded by Forest Lane on the north, Northaven on the south, Marsh Lane on the east, and Cromwell on the west. With mature trees, wide lawn, and Midcentury Modern homes, Park Forest is a charming place to call home.

Our home today is a 3-3 with 2,342 square feet, built in 1959, and located near Forest and Marsh lanes. It is across the street from DeGolyer Elementary School and Webb Chapel Park, and close to the Dallas North Tollway, which gives easy access to downtown, Uptown, Frisco, and other areas of DFW.
northwest dallas homeThis is a recently updated one-story home with handscraped wood floors, an open floorplan, vaulted ceilings with wood beams, a custom fire place, and updated chef’s kitchen with stainless steel appliances and a gas cooktop.

This home was listed Dec. 4 by Johnny Mowad with Ebby Halliday, Realtors, for $350,000.


Update 2:47 p.m.: The plot thickens! We had this video posted earlier, but agreed to take it down because it may have used certain signs and logos without permission. Whatevs, we know you can find it for yourselves because nothing ever leaves the internet. This brings up a whole new conversation about these spoof videos: are they catching on with a certain generation only?

Sometimes we at love digging into the dark corners of the Internet to find some gems that need to see the light of day. A few days ago we found one such Internet gem: A real estate music video spoof featuring Dallas Realtor Lydia Player and two adorable cohorts, Ryan Booth and Johnny Mowad.

The Realtor spoof video is a growing trend, featuring pop hits like “Call Me Maybe” by Carly Rae Jepsen, and “Gangnam Style” by Psy. Re/Max Lexington Bluegrass Team went one step further and made their own rap video, which is just incredible!

Realtor Open House Spoof Lydia Player

After a little more digging we found the producer of the video, Anthony Galo, who is actually an intern at Clay Stapp & Co! We asked Galo a few questions, and Clay was kind enough to give him a few minutes between making copies and coffee (we kid! we kid!) to answer them. So, how did you end up in the real estate biz, interning for Clay Stapp? What’s it like?
Anthony Galo: I never thought the real estate business was this much fun! I entered the real estate world in the summer of 2012 as an intern at CLAY STAPP+CO and came back for this summer to intern for Clay again! I owe it to CSCO for all the opportunities I have had in the real estate field.

CD: The video is adorable. Tell us what it was like to shoot and produce the spoof.
Galo: I am so glad you all enjoyed the video! It was a pleasure producing. The video was shot in about 2-4 hours. I spent a few days editing the video. The editing process wasn’t a long process since I had prior experience from the previous summer when I filmed some homes for Clay. Also, our singers were great! The female voice was Emily Naul, who did an amazing job! Our male singer was a close friend of mine, Elliot Skinner, he actually has performed on national television with Keith Urban! It was great having both singers with us, they knocked it out!

CD: What was it like working with Lydia, Ryan, and Johnny?
Galo: Working with some top Ebby realtors was so much fun! They had the perfect characteristics for the video and just had fun with it! I really did enjoy producing this video, the agents gave me more power and energy than I had expected so it made my job a lot easier!