West Dallas

Dallas Builders Show, Turner House History Tour Set Nov. 12

By April Towery / November 11, 2019 / 0 Comments

Tours of the 1912 Turner House will be offered at a special event this week, a 2.3 million-square-foot industrial facility changes hands in West Dallas, Dickies Arena is set to open in Fort Worth, the Texas Real Estate Commission names its top investigator, the Dallas Builders Show offers opportunities for youth, and Staging to Sell […]

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Eagle Ford School is a Preservation and Perseverance Success Story

By Karen Eubank / August 6, 2019 / 1 Comment

When we come across a preservation success story like the Eagle Ford School, we take heart that Dallas is regaining its historic soul. There’s honestly not enough champagne to drown our sorrows over the homes and buildings we’ve seen recklessly torn down. But, today we are celebrating the imminent granting of landmark status to the […]

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Gaga Over Greico: This Malone Cliff Stunner Has All the Views

By Bethany Erickson / March 23, 2019 / 1 Comment

The thing about a Greico Modern Home is that you would be pleased as punch to live in one because they’re unique, they’re gorgeous, and they’re built to last. But this Greico home on Malone Cliff View punctuates that good feeling with a view that you’ll never tire of seeing. Arguably one of Dallas’ best-kept […]

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Townhome Collapse Kills One, Injures Five, Weather Blamed

By Candy's Dirt / October 9, 2018 / 0 Comments
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From staff reports Editor’s Note: Overnight, Megatel Homes responded to our questions, and provided a statement. Those responses have been added to this story. A townhome collapse in West Dallas Monday afternoon that killed one and injured five more is believed to have been caused by the weather. Dallas Fire and Rescue spokesperson Jason Evans […]

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Southern Dallas Buyer’s Guide: Looking For a Reasonably Priced Home? Let the Redline Map Be Your Guide

By Jon Anderson / August 22, 2017 / 11 Comments

Last week, Seth Fowler wrote about a client of his looking for a home in the sub-$200,000 market close to his job in Bedford.  “Ted” had been on a roller coaster of 43 showings and 11 contract offers … still without a home eight months on and counting. In today’s Dallas, it’s a story that’s […]

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West Dallas Landlord Threatened Mass Eviction, Offering Path to Home Ownership, Continued…

By Candy Evans / May 25, 2017 / 6 Comments

  Whoa, hang on there a moment. I am back from my City Council run , catching up on real estate, and have a whole lot to say. But first, let’s take a DEEPER look at the story of Khraish Khraish and his West Dallas properties that we just reported on. I mean, this is a […]

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