Burglar Collected Rent After Breaking Into Home, Police SayA burglar in Washington state has been charged with not only breaking into a vacationing family's home, but also renting it out to unsuspecting tenants.
Tenants Face Eviction After Rent Money Stolen From ComplexAccording to tenants and a Fort Worth police report, someone broke into the overnight deposit box at Chisholm Trail Townhomes and stole the checks and money orders.
Latest Habitat For Humanity House Moves Out Of Sundance SquareOn Monday morning, crews from the local Habitat for Humanity chapter moved its latest brand-new home out of Sundance Square and into the Hillside/Morningside neighborhood.
Study: Renters' Rise Extends Beyond Big U.S. Cities To SuburbsIn the American imagination, suburbs are places to buy a house and put down roots. But a growing percentage of suburbanites rent, according to a new study.
Tenants Moving Out Of Oak Cliff Apartments That Remain Without GasTina Contreras said her family couldn’t deal with another night with no hot water and nowhere to cook a hot meal.
Is Rent Out Of Reach? Study Shows How Dallas, Other US Cities Stack Up
FlightCar Launches Service At Dallas Love FieldFlightCar is expanding its peer-to-peer car-sharing service to Dallas Love Field.
Fort Worth Church Locks Out Prime Prep StudentsA church, claiming it's owed tens of thousands of dollars by Prime Prep Academy in Fort Worth for rent and construction work, locked its door to students today.
SCOTUS Bypasses Farmers Branch Immigration Rental CaseThe Supreme Court will not hear arguments regarding the ban that would prevent illegal immigrants from renting housing in Farmers Branch.
Booming Market Increases Demand For North Texas ApartmentsThe Dallas-Fort Worth area is at the top of the list in the country for what is being described as a booming rental market.
Citigroup Tries Another Housing Tack: Own To RentCitigroup is trying something new to keep struggling homeowners out of foreclosure: turn them into renters.
Rental Property Booming Across North TexasWhen Barbara Van Poole decided to put a South Dallas home up for rent last month, she didn’t have to wait long for interest. Ten applications came in almost instantly for the modest three-bedroom house.