Feds Say Coppell Man Spent $17 Million In Fraudulently Obtained PPP Loans On Homes & Luxury CarsA Coppell man has been indicted for fraud and money laundering after he allegedly spent more than $17 million in Paycheck Protection Program loan money on lavish personal expenses.
Texas Supreme Court Allows Evictions To ResumeAfter a nearly two-month moratorium, the Texas Supreme Court is allowing eviction hearings to move forward again.
Coronavirus In Texas: Dallas City Leaders Finalizing Proposed Emergency Ordinance To Prevent EvictionsDallas city leaders are finalizing details of a proposed emergency ordinance to prevent evictions during the coronavirus pandemic.
North Texas Storms Bring Out Snakes, Homeowners On EdgeThe recent storms, heavy rains, and floods that have hit North Texas have caused many snakes onto porches and back yards of urban homes.
On International Women's Day, Habitat Tapping Ladies' Hands To Help Build HomeA Habitat for Humanity house is going up on Fort Worth's southside managing to celebrate the strides that women have made while still acknowledging struggles, like affordable housing.
Watauga Residents Fight Off Massive Development PlanThe group who opposed the development said the plans would disrupt their quite community, which is mainly made up of single family homes.
The Most Expensive Residential Rentals In Dallas, RevealedWhether you are on the prowl for a new place or not, sometimes it can be entertaining to check out a luxury real estate listing to see what kind of houses those with money can afford.
HGTV Is Winning Bidder On "The Brady Bunch" HouseIt was revealed on Tuesday that HGTV is the new owner of the iconic house used for exterior shots in "The Brady Bunch." The final sale price has not been announced.
US Long Term Mortgage Rates Fall; 30-Year At 4.55 PercentLong-term U.S. mortgage rates were flat to lower this week. The benchmark 30-year rate marked its fourth decline in the past five weeks.
Geometry Students In Irving Apply Math Skills To Home BuildingMost high school students do not build a house as a part of their curriculum, but several kids in Irving are doing just that in geometry class. It is a creative way of learning mathematics.
The Best Ways To Protest, And Maybe Reduce, Your Property TaxesCheck out some of the do’s and don’ts for North Texas property owners looking to protest rising home values and property tax rates.
Their Gas Shut Off, Northeast Dallas Residents Mulling Over Leaving HomesOne week after a house explosion that killed a 12-year-old Dallas girl, nearby residents are still weighing whether to stay or leave while their gas is shut off.
Texas DPS Says 37,000 Homes Suffered Major DamageThe Texas Department of Public Safety reports that more than 37,000 homes have sustained major damage and nearly 7,000 have been destroyed.
Flood Insurance Policies Plunge In HoustonMany residents fleeing Harvey's floodwaters have no financial backup to fix their homes and will have to draw on savings or go into debt
Families Flock To Walsh Development In Fort WorthNear the intersection of I-30 and I-20 west of downtown Fort Worth, Walsh will eventually hold 15,000 homes and 50,000 people.