A luxury house dangling over a fractured Lake Whitney cliff that fascinated people nation-wide is now a smoldering pile of rubble.
Rising home prices are pushing more North Texas homeowners to fight property values.
An interesting story continues to develop here in North Texas. A luxury home is literally teetering on the edge of a limestone cliff and falling, little by little, some 70 feet below into Lake Whitney.
With homes prices in North Texas up roughly 10 percent more than a year ago and properties still moving quickly, the stiff competition can limit options for many first time homebuyers.
They’ve been in combat. They’re often wounded and carry emotional scars. But most veterans say the scariest thing about military service is becoming a civilian again. Tuesday, a North Texas Green Beret got a little extra help with the transition.
You can downsize and still “Live Large.” Meet one North Texas woman who traded space for freedom.
The chairman of the University of Texas System Board of Regents has asked for the resignation of board member Wallace Hall, who is facing a criminal investigation and the possibility of impeachment.
Today’s Living Large is a modern bachelor pad in the Turtle Creek area of Dallas. It was featured on the Turtle Creek Association home tours this month.
The gorgeous Edwardian off of Inwood road in Dallas sits on a five and half acre lot.
White walls, black trim on doors and windows, long hallways – all perfect spaces for an art gallery. And, in fact, this is a house made for someone who loves art.
Workers can’t build the homes fast enough in Frisco — already one of the nation’s fastest growing cities.
People could tell from the outside the Cathey home was in disrepair. The porch had collapsed and the back wall had rotted out from repeated flooding during rain storms — but there was more than that.