North Texas’ red hot real estate market causes would-be buyers have decided to stay put.
Located 30 minutes from downtown Fort Worth the historic Oakland Ranch is an escape from the hustle and bustle of the daily grind.
With home prices nearing all-time highs, and rent rates setting records across the Dallas-Fort Worth area, it is not an easy time to be in the buying market.
Art and lush greenery never go out of style in the Estate on Beverly. Nestled in an exclusive area of Highland Park, it sits across from the rolling greens of the Dallas Country Club Golf Course.
At $5.5 million, you can get it all. The Chateau on Montserrat is just that kind of house.
What would it be like to live in a house like the White House? You don’t have to imagine anymore. It’s called the Dallas White House
It’s a perfect home for a staycation. The $1.7 million home in Westlake is spread out on a one-acre lot on the banks of a man-made lake. In terms of recreational activity realtor Roxann Taylor says there’s plenty.
Thirteen houses on an acre-and-a-half of land — one North Texas developer says he can do it. Okay wait. Let’s think about this. One acre is 90-percent of 100 yards, or nine-tenth the size of a football field, without the end zones.
The latest residential data shows key indicators in housing are mixed. The market is said to be recovering, but not yet recovered.
When you think of the serenity of country living, the city bustle of Arlington does not usually come to mind. But in the middle of the city, on a nearly two-acre wooded lot, there sits a home with the feel of a country estate.
A real estate offer for veterans.
For some, a wine rack just isn’t enough. With that in mind, in this CBS 11 Living Large takes a tour of a home in Westlake made for a wine collector — with a Texas-sized cellar.