Splurge or Steal, Bienvenidos a Miami

By Candy's Dirt / July 31, 2019 / 0 Comments
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Dallas Public Schools: A Long-Read on Elementary School Suspensions

By Bethany Erickson / May 20, 2016 / 3 Comments

I’ve been working on this deep dive into national and local policy and data regarding discipline for almost a week now, ever since trustee Miguel Solis introduced a proposal to ban most suspensions at the pre-K through second grade level, and place a moratorium on them in the third through fifth grade level at a […]

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First-Time Homebuyers, Millennials are Back, Says Economist Jonathan Smoke at NAREE

By Joanna England / June 24, 2015 / 2 Comments

Candy is in Miami right now, wading through all of the amazing real estate news at the National Association of Real Estate Editors’ annual conference. While we are a little jealous (OK, we are A LOT jealous) of her temporary location and proximity to so many brilliant minds at #NAREE15, we did score this bit […]

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Did You Know Miami Is Running Out of Sand? And Waterfront Property Costs 60% More?

By Candy Evans / August 27, 2013 / 4 Comments

These and other soothing post-summer-vacation thoughts will make you happier than ever to be land-locked in Dallas… over on…

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Richard Malouf’s Water Park COULD Have Been Worse: Could Have Been Lined with Gold, Like Versace’s

By Candy Evans / July 18, 2012 / 0 Comments

Over on, our Miami correspondent, Andrea Kavanagh tells us the South Florida market is sizzling — just what I heard at NAREE. It’s from foreigner’s buying up Miami real estate with hard, cold cash. Speaking of cash, Versace said “money was not just no object, it was irrelevant” when he built his waterside mansion […]

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Dallas Home Prices Turning the Corner: Why is Our Real Estate Market So Darn Tootin’ Healthy?

By Candy Evans / May 30, 2012 / 0 Comments

You must have heard by now that we here in Dallas are not living in sync with the rest of the nation. I had to make a quick trip to Rockford, Ill. over the weekend and was that an eye-opener real estate wise: things just are not moving, values just stuck. So it did not […]

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