Russell Trenary Realtors

A Beautifully Preserved Gordon Nichols Midcentury Cottage

By Karen Eubank / September 3, 2019 / 3 Comments

When I spotted this 1961 midcentury cottage in Sparkman Club Estates, I could not summon an immediate connection to a Dallas architect. That’s because it was designed, as many homes are, by a builder. We remember architects. It’s the builders of our city that are often overlooked, or completely forgotten. I’m going to rectify that […]

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Overhead Lines Don’t Affect Home Value, Appraisers Say

By Bethany Erickson / September 28, 2017 / 9 Comments
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They may be unsightly, but overhead lines are not really affecting property values, a trade journal said this week. A peer-reviewed article in The Appraisal Journal revealed that there is actually very little data to prove that the high-voltage overhead transmission lines (or HVOTLs) are negatively impacting sales prices.

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Could Low Inventory Offset Traditional Holiday Sales Slump? Realtors Chime In

By Leah Shafer / November 24, 2015 / 1 Comment

The holiday sales slump is well known in real estate. People get busy with shopping, parties, and festivities, and put off their home-buying decisions so they won’t have to move in this busy season. For hard-working Realtors, this lag time can be frustrating (plus it hits the pocketbook!). But could our remarkably robust market and unprecedented […]

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