House hunters have to pull the trigger quickly in today’s fast-paced market where many homes sell within hours, even weeks after for sale signs go up.
You can downsize and still “Live Large.” Meet one North Texas woman who traded space for freedom.
Dallas streets are like the weather…no matter what the condition everyone seems to complain. But the city council faces enormous challenges trying to keep them viable, and claims it really needs about $900 million to fix all its damaged streets.
Tired of the drama and the lack of local control, some parents in East Dallas are looking into secede from Dallas ISD to form a new school district — White Rock ISD.
The stories in Lakewood are as diverse as the homes and you’ll find it all at the 37th annual Lakewood Home Festival.
From Frisco to Plano to Southlake, the DFW area has many neighborhoods that embody great characteristics; making them the perfect neighborhoods for trick-or-treating with the kids.
The former home of Neiman Marcus icon Stanley Marcus, where fashion designers and celebrities often danced the night away, remains one of Dallas’ most talked about properties — and is currently up for sale.
Police are warning some North Texas residents about a scam artist pretending to be with the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Dallas.
One of the casualties of the costly June 13 hailstorm was the façade and tower of the Lakewood Theater, the iconic neighborhood fixture that’s lived just off Abrams Road since 1938.
It’s estimated that tens of thousands of Dallas homes and some 60,000 vehicles in the area were damaged during the June 13 hailstorm. Now some of the hardest hit residents are getting help with the paperwork needed to start home repairs.
Dallas will open a temporary city permit office Tuesday as it tries to keep up with damage repairs from last week’s historic hail storm.
When the sun rose on Thursday, it further illuminated the busted windshields, deeply dented hoods, shattered home windows and obliterated tile roofs that remained long after Wednesday night’s hail turned to water.