New construction

Oak Cliff Original Or Cedar Crest New Build, You Choose

By Amy Puchaty / July 5, 2020 / 2 Comments

This week we take you to two incredible homes – one in Oak Cliff, the other in Cedar Crest. Whether you seek a quiet wooded oasis or crave a life on the green, our Splurge vs. Steal gives you options. Both of our picks are sited in South Dallas with stunning interiors and outdoor amenities. […]

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Buying A New Build? Watch Out For These Problems

By CandysDirt.com Contributor / March 18, 2020 / 1 Comment

Every week, the detail-oriented folks at Green Scene Home Inspections will give CandysDirt.com readers an education in inspection. Want to see what they see? Tune in for “Upon Closer Inspection.” If you’re buying a new build, you might think to yourself, “Why would I need a home inspection?” The truth is, you probably need a home […]

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Things to Watch Out For in Your New Construction Home

By CandysDirt.com Contributor / January 8, 2020 / 1 Comment

Every week, the detail-oriented folks at Green Scene Home Inspections will give CandysDirt.com readers an education in inspection. Want to see what they see? Tune in  for “Upon Closer Inspection.” Do I really need an inspection on a new construction home? If you’re buying a newly constructed home, you might think to yourself, why would […]

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Head North to Northlake For New Construction With A Startling Price Tag

By Nikki Barringer / December 5, 2019 / 0 Comments

Up north and west, located off Interstate 35W and Highway 114 there’s a blossoming town called Northlake. They’ve been incorporated since 1960, but they’re just now getting around to proving it. Back then it was not much more than a few ranches. Now – even though when you Google Map Northlake you, an O’Reilly Auto Parts […]

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Phil Crone: Dallas Can’t Keep Succeeding in Spite of Itself

By Joanna England / August 20, 2019 / 3 Comments
Dallas

By Phil Crone Executive Officer, Dallas Builders Association Dallas and surrounding areas have obviously experienced remarkable growth over the last few years, especially with commercial construction and multifamily. Residential development struggles to keep pace with builders primarily focusing on infill lots and small-scale, shared access projects. Dallas permitted just over 2,000 homes last year and is […]

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Small or Tall, Midway Hollow Is Still a Hot Neighborhood

By Bethany Erickson / July 29, 2019 / 0 Comments
Midway Hollow

How hot is Midway Hollow still? We put a pin in two listings for this week’s Splurge Vs. Steal last week, and by this weekend, both had offers. So back to the drawing board. Luckily, there are homes in all sizes and price ranges still in this tree-lined neighborhood that boasts three terrific public elementary […]

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