Kevin Caskey

They Like Big Bundts: East Dallas MLS Broker Bake Off Raises Dough For TREPAC

By Joanna England / March 2, 2017 / 0 Comments

When the committee that puts together the East Dallas MLS’ Broker Bake Off (an annual Texas Association of Realtors PAC fundraiser and sweet event), they batted around a few themes before someone suggested a riff off of Sir Mix-a-Lot’s epic 90s ballad — “I Like Big Bundts And I Cannot Lie: Music Through The Ages.” […]

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Best of: Entrepreneur Selling Fab Casa Linda Cottage—Her Change Is Your Gain

By Leah Shafer / December 29, 2016 / 1 Comment

It’s the time of year when we look back on our accomplishments and discoveries for 2016. This Thursday Three Hundred, published March 17, was a favorite of both readers and the author! Enjoy this flashback. Our Thursday Three Hundred is the home of entrepreneur Rachel O’Connor and her young family. O’Connor is the founder and owner […]

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Kevin Caskey Leaves Dallas City Center for Nathan Grace

By Candy Evans / December 13, 2016 / 0 Comments

Well, it’s going to be an interesting evening at MetroTex Association of Realtor’s Awards and Installation bash Wednesday night. For maybe the first time ever, two brokers from the same firm are vying for Metrotex Broker of the Year… That would be Russell Berry and Kevin Caskey, two of three finalists, and both with Nathan […]

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Creekside Living Never Looked So Budget Friendly As In This Lake Highlands Home

By Leah Shafer / December 13, 2016 / 2 Comments

Creekside living on a beautiful lot usually comes at a hefty price. But our Tuesday Two Hundred is a budget-friendly find with a secluded feel. Located at 10930 Listi Dr. in Lake Highlands, this home offers great outdoor living options, with a wraparound deck and a quiet, peaceful setting. The interior features open living and dining areas, a […]

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Pretty as a Pytcher: Another Cute East Dallas Flip, This Time in Lochwood

By Joanna England / July 29, 2016 / 6 Comments

Lochwood is lousy with adorable 1960s ranches, midcentury traditionals, soft contemporaries, and midcentury moderns, so it’s a favorable neighborhood for flippers with flair. Pytcher Homes, the same firm that reimagined a stuffy Old Lake Highlands ranch into a luxe and livable home, is building quite the portfolio. This Lochwood traditional, marketed by Kevin Caskey and […]

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Getting Real About Renos: Will Kitchen Upgrades Really Add Value to My Home?

By Leah Shafer / July 25, 2016 / 3 Comments
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This is the fourth installment of an occasional column called Getting Real About Renovations. We’re looking at renovation realities for all sorts of projects, from hardwood floors and open floorplans, to master suite additions and kitchen upgrades. We’ll give you the unadulterated truth about options, costs, effort, Realtor opinion, and estimated ROI for these projects. You […]

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