Want-To-Be Homeowners Camp Out For Lots In McKinneyApparently getting the house you want has turned into a competition in McKinney.
State Farm Refunding $352M To Texas Customers In SettlementMore than 1 million State Farm policyholders in Texas will be eligible for refunds as part of a $352-plus million settlement the company reached with the state over excessive premium charges.
Irving Homeowners Bracing For Next QuakeWith a reported 12 earthquakes in nearly a 24-hour span in the Irving area, homeowner are now bracing for the next movement.
PD Wants To Increase Safety With Your Home Security VideoEyes are on you everywhere you go now, and local police are hoping to harness the power of private cameras to keep you safe.
Would-be Homebuyers Consider Remodeling InsteadNorth Texas’ red hot real estate market causes would-be buyers have decided to stay put.
Clock Is Ticking To Fight County Property AppraisalsThe clock is ticking to combat property appraisal sticker shock this year. Homeowners must file a ‘Notice of Protest’ by midnight.
Lakes & Lakefront Property Drying Up As Drought ContinuesThere is no escaping the signs of the plummeting lake levels in Granbury. Boat ramps are landlocked, islands and debris are appearing everywhere, and boat docks are high and dry.
Construction More Than A Roadblock For Some North Texas HomeownersThe LBJ freeway in North Dallas is not a fun place to be right now. But for some 100 homeowners, there is no avoiding the construction mess…they nearly live on top of the LBJ Express Project.
Colleyville Residents Join 'No Knock' ListHomeowners are joining Colleyville’s new “No Knock” list so fast, that a knock on the door asking for money, could be asking for trouble.
North Texas Storm & Tornado Damage Could Reach $250 MillionRight now, the number stands at $250 million. According to the Insurance Council of Texas, that is the amount of insured damage caused by the multiple tornadoes that moved across North Texas on the May 15.
Carroll ISD Pushing Forward With Field Lights PlanCarroll Independent School District is moving forward with plans to install lights at the district's baseball and softball fields despite opposition from the city.
Cul-De-Sac Splits Southlake ResidentsAs Southlake resident Scott White walks along his cul-de-sac, he points out the small pond and the tall trees. He loves this cul-de-sac, he said, and he’s fighting to keep it: The city may soon turn it into a road connecting White’s neighborhood with another across the property.