Dallas Real Estate Market Mimics The Atlantic's City Report on DFW, But What Exactly is The "Creative Class" Anyway?

By Joanna England / March 5, 2013 / 5 Comments

  Here’s my question to all you sharp Realtors: Does this piece by The Atlantic Cities tell us anything we don’t already know? Through much of the piece, I was reading sentence after sentence and saying to myself “OK, and … ?” I was looking for a conclusion that was new and eye-opening, something enlightening. […]

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Follow the Gayborhoods: Two Pricey Dallas Hoods Make Top Ten List of Most Gay-Saturated Cities

By Candy Evans / June 20, 2012 / 0 Comments

According to one of my favorite real estate websites, Trulia, Dallas ranks No. 8 among the nation’s most “gay-friendly” cities, speaking of real estate. And, the top 10 list of these gay-friendly neighborhoods in each city also happen to coincide with the pricest markets and neighborhoods in those cities. In otherwords, Trulia is just verifying something we already know: want your real estate to appreciate in value? Follow the Gayborhood!

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What Are The Most Unfaithful Neighborhoods in Dallas? (You Know What I’m Talking About… Where the Spouse is a Louse)

By Candy Evans / April 26, 2012 / 0 Comments

Comes word from The New York Post that the richest neighborhoods in New York are the ones where the most cheating goes on, apparently. The New York Post called in Noel Biderman, he the CEO of the site… if you don’t know what that is, you’ve lived in the Bible Belt too long! (It’s a […]

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Tell Me Your Real Estate Story: Husband So Nervous He (Urp) Threw Up At Closing!

By Candy Evans / February 1, 2012 / 0 Comments

‘Nother new thingee here on CandysDirt: Tell me Your Real Estate Story. Your home is your Castle, whether it’s $90K or $9 million. How did you find it? What’s the tale behind the sale? Inquiring minds at CD would LOVE to know! Back in 1993, my soon-to-be husband and I bought a 1600 square-foot house […]

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