Tom Hicks is being sued by a group of former investors in the Texas Rangers, saying he used the major league baseball club to enrich himself at the team’s expense while he was the owner.
Many people in their 40s and 50s are feeling the painful equation. When the market drops, so do their 401ks. It seems the only thing going up these days is the retirement age.
A Dallas real estate agent who allegedly posed as a buyer has been sentenced to life in prison for the 1986 killing of a woman at her for-sale home.
A Carrollton company that sells foreclosed properties plans to hire at least 100 new employees this year, and potentially more in the future. Vendor Resource Management employs 365 today and the 13 original employees of the company attended today’s ribbon-cutting at the new corporate headquarters in Carrollton.
One of the most prime pieces of real estate in North Texas sits in a large field where central expressway meets the President George Bush Turnpike in Richardson. The land has sparked a heated debate. Neighbors who live near the massive lot packed Richardson City Hall to weigh the pros and cons of a massive project.
Luis Sanchez said the Quail Hollow Homeowner Association in Sachse is making his family miserable, adding that he’s “basically in a desperation mode right now.”
More homes are up for sale in Dallas-Fort Worth these days.
The National Association of Realtors is releasing grim numbers for national home sales in June.