Chip, Joanna Gaines Still 'Fixing Up' Waco, Opening New Texas HotelChip and Joanna Gaines are delving even deeper into the hospitality business. The former “Fixer Upper” TV stars are now renovating a Texas hotel.
Homeowners Spend An Average Of $21,000 Prepping For A SaleAfter agent fees and closing costs, Americans nationwide can spend nearly $21,000 to prepare their homes to be sold.
Chip And Jojo Gaines Launching New Cable Network Next YearThe home decorating/renovation team of Chip and Joanna Gaines will launch their own Discovery-affiliated television network next year.
'Fixer Uppers' Chip And Joanna Buy Historic Texas CastleTexas "Fixer Uppers" Chip and Joanna Gaines' latest renovation project is quite an undertaking -- a 20th century stone castle that's been vacant for about 20 years.
Fixer Upper Family Growing... Chip and Joanna Expecting 5th ChildThe population in Waco will soon be growing... those famous "Fixer Uppers" Chip and Joanna Gaines announced on Tuesday that they are expecting their fifth child.
HGTV's 'Flip Or Flop' Hosts Split Months After Police CalledThe husband and wife team behind HGTV's "Flip or Flop" have announced their separation six months after police were called to their home.
More North Texas Getting In On The House Flipping CrazeThe house-flipping craze is hot and busy in North Texas. A new report by ATTOM Data Solutions shows the number of houses being flipped and the number of flipping investors are both at a nine-year high.
City Offers $10,000 Rebate To Renovate & Sell Older HomesWhile parts of North Texas can't build homes fast enough to keep up with the demand, some older neighborhoods are struggling to attract and keep new home buyers.
Remodel Gives Dallas Army Veteran A Home Fit For A HeroA U.S. Army veteran in Dallas found herself raising a family in a house with no running water and holes in the roof. As the family survived in a space that was barely livable, a special group came along to offer a home fit for a hero.
Local Veterans Get Home MakeoversAll over the country Home Depot is fixing the homes of war veterans in thirteen cities. Seven of those homes are in Dallas.