Nick Good and his Good Home Team has pulled up stakes and moved to eXp. We checked in with Nick to see what his new brokerage home has to offer.

The real estate industry’s transformation is creating a bevy of new business models that cater to specific concerns within the industry, mostly for buyers and sellers. But what about the agent experience? What are these new brands doing that enhances the broker’s ability to manage multiple agents and to create a business that generates wealth for more people? How are these new brokerage models — complete with iBuyer tools, virtual workplaces, and more technology — enhancing or creating opportunities for different teams looking for different things?

These are some of the questions — difficult ones, nonetheless — that Nick Good had to ask himself when he was looking to transform his business for his 10-member team — The Good Home Team.

While Good landed at eXp, he has some wisdom to share about his search, about what this particular business model offers his agents, and how he’s looking to the future.


If you’re out and about near Northpark today, pop by the Petunia by Bunches mobile flower stand that benefits the Dallas Public Library, grab a Starbuck’s, and then head to this Open House from 2-4 p.m. at 7212 Briarmeadow Drive, a 3,090-square-foot four bedroom listed for $715,000 by Nick Good of Keller Williams Realty Preston Road. (more…)

We’ve scoured the listings and pounded the pavement, looking for the open houses you’ve got to see this weekend! It’s our Open Houses of the Week column and we’re here to help. 

This week, our houses range in price from $320,000 to $1.450 million. Will you visit them? 



Get Cozy in this Hampton Hills Cottage, Minutes from Bishop Arts |

Just minutes from the Bishop Arts District, find a cozy cottage in Hampton Hills with custom updates and a sweet, modern vibe. 

The home at 1618 Hollywood Ave. is our Tuesday Two Hundred and it makes the most of a modest footprint, featuring original refinished hardwood floors and tons of windows for plenty of natural light. It has two bedrooms, one bathroom, and 1,260 square feet on one story, built in 1950. 


4823 Linnett Lane

Corrugated metal, Cyprus, HardiePlank and a beautiful blue door have introduced a new design aesthetic to the Bird Streets.

The Good brothers are at it again. Our Dallas version of HGTV’s  The Property Brothers has just listed their latest new contemporary construction at 4823 Linnett Lane in the Bird streets, for $699.900.

It’s the best new nest for anyone with an urban sensibility that longs to be in close proximity to the Southwestern Medical District, Dallas Design District, Love Field or downtown. It’s also a stone’s throw from one of the best elementary schools in Dallas, the K.B. Polk Center for  Academically Talented and Gifted

Location, location, location.


dallas open housesWhat’s more fun on a weekend afternoon than walking though beautiful open houses and seeing what’s on the market?

This Saturday and Sunday, there are dozens of Dallas open houses, and it can be hard to choose from all the properties. So we’ve picked five that look exciting, representing neighborhoods like Shannon Estates, Oak Cliff, Lakewood, and Wilshire Heights. The prices range from the low $200s to $899K.

Lots of these houses offer on-trend amenities, like bathroom “wet areas” with bath and shower inside, gorgeous renovated kitchens (one even has an outdoor kitchen), and energy-efficient design. Check out our selection!


There are tons of updated traditionals in Lake Highlands, some of them are 1950s ranches that have seen a mix of hodge-podge renovations over the decades.

It’s a hot neighborhood, mostly because it’s inside the Dallas city limits but has Richardson ISD schools. Therefore, buyers are looking for family homes that are move-in ready, won’t need anything more than a paint job here and there, and are easy to maintain.

I think 9451 Viewside hits all of those points, and at a just reduced $365,000, it’s a pretty good deal for an almost-3,000-square-foot home. This house is totally traditional, with chandeliers and wood paneling, dark paint on the walls, and some interesting faux finishes on the kitchen cabinets. Of course, these finish selections make the house look a lot smaller than the three-bedroom, three-bath home actually is.

There are stainless appliances in the kitchen, which features a commercial gas cooktop and three ovens. While there isn’t an island, there’s definitely room for one. I’d recommend putting one in when you reface the cabinets. That is, if you’re up to the job.

The master suite is decent-sized, with a tray ceiling and moulding. The master bath is fresh and sleek, and has French doors that access the backyard and pool area. It’s the gigantic closet in the master suite that will have you swooning, though. There’s room enough to share with your spouse if you’re feeling generous!

The pool, which is just off the covered patio, has a spa and a modest garden surrounding it. Of course, the lots are a tidge small in Lake Highlands, but there are a lot of great family homes and excellent schools.