Mansfield

Mansfield Manse Is Like a Blank Slate to Create Your Dream Home

By Shelby Skrhak / August 17, 2019 / 0 Comments

Why take a year to build your dream home from scratch when you can turn this fantastically-priced transitionally-styled estate into your own perfect custom home? That’s possible at 8 Woodland Drive in Mansfield, where the sellers are offering a $20,000 remodeling allowance with acceptable offer. Karan Wethington of JP and Associates Burleson has listed this […]

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Texas Dominates Best Cities for Young Families

By CandysDirt.com Contributor / April 21, 2019 / 0 Comments
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By Angelina Bader Apartment List  If you are looking for a family-friendly city to relocate to, look no further, since Apartment List has recently published a new ranking of the best cities for young families. So, finding a city where your family will thrive just got a little easier. Fishers, Indiana, is in the first place […]

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Frisco Tops Best Family Cities List, Southlake Has Lowest Divorce Rate, UP Has Most Kids

By Shelby Skrhak / June 27, 2018 / 0 Comments

Frisco was named the best city for raising a family, closely followed by Allen, and Southlake as part of a new 2018 “best Texas cities” list, ranking the best and worst Texas cities for families. Wallethub, a D.C.-based personal finance site, compiled the new June 2018 report that ranked the 117 largest cities in Texas […]

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Arlington, Grand Prairie, Mansfield Home Sales, Prices Increased Last Month

By Leah Shafer / April 29, 2016 / 0 Comments

It’s not just Dallas and northern suburbs where homes are notably appreciating and sales are “fly-off-the-market” fast. Arlington, Grand Prairie, and Mansfield showed substantial increases last month in both home prices and sales, according to a new report from the Arlington Board of Realtors. Arlington home sales increased 9 percent, Grand Prairie’s increased 9 percent, and Mansfield home sales increase a […]

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Back to School! Five Homework Stations That Will Inspire Your Student

By Joanna England / August 19, 2013 / 0 Comments

Be prepared for the loud cheering that will come from every car departing carpool lanes on Aug. 26 as parents throughout North Texas celebrate the first day of school. No more hearing “I’m bored!” every five seconds! No more shuttling to camps! No more packing and unpacking trunks! And of course, think of all you’ll […]

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