real estate

Follow These D-FW Real Estate Instagrams in 2020

By Brandi Addison / March 11, 2020 / 0 Comments

Whether you’re looking to buy a home or simply just looking for inspiration, the young real estate agents in Dallas-Fort Worth have you covered. You’ve just got to go online to find it. Learn about some of the best real estate social media accounts in the Metroplex. Ben Wegmann The Dallas-based Ben Wegmann with Rogers […]

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Let’s Open Up the Weird Wednesday WTF Mailbag, Shall We?

By Bethany Erickson / July 10, 2019 / 3 Comments

When you’ve spent almost two years writing about the weird (and sometimes wonderful) things in the world, you get a bit of a reputation. And then because of that reputation, people send you emails with suggestions of things to write about. And suddenly, you’ve become a hoarder of WTF. Your virtual mailbox becomes this thing […]

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Walkable Urban Places: DFW’s Wake Up Call to a Real Estate Trend Sweeping the Nation

By Amanda Popken / April 10, 2019 / 0 Comments

The January release of “The WalkUP Wake-Up Call: Dallas-Fort Worth” happened quietly, though the implications for investment are huge. This is the largest study done on D-FW on the most profitable type of real estate in the nation. Walkable Urban Places (WalkUPs) are seeing higher property values, lower vacancy, and commanding higher rental rates. Even […]

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From Facebook: Is It a Market Cool Down, or Click Bait?

By Bethany Erickson / August 9, 2018 / 1 Comment
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Ever since reports that home sales in the Dallas-Fort Worth market (and nationally, too) slowed in June, there has been a steady flow of stories proclaiming doom for the market. But is it really a cool down? For our July 27 Friday Question, we took to Facebook and asked our readers what they thought about […]

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Family Ties: Talented Robbins Group Makes a Formidable Team

By Dotty Griffith / February 15, 2017 / 0 Comments

Pam Robbins was the first Realtor in the family, beginning her career 32 years ago. Ashley Robbins Gonzales, her daughter, was 10 at the time. After Ashley married in 2000, she decided to give real estate a try, too. As luck would have it, their talents made them a formidable team. With Pam as the people person […]

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Preston Center’s San Francisco Problems: How a City’s Demographics Influence Development

By Jon Anderson / May 10, 2016 / 4 Comments

I believe it’s called serendipity.  On May 5, Dallas Morning News writer Robert Wilonsky expressed his thoughts on the slowness of the Preston Center Task Force’s process, its wish-washy-ness, and the overall use of butter knives versus machetes in tackling the issues.  The next day I saw a report put out by the (San Francisco) […]

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