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.
Study: Dallas Luxury Apartments Rising At Record RatesState-of-the-art pools, private fitness studios and granite counter tops are coming to Dallas as a record amount of new, luxury apartments are rising up throughout the area.
Seven Glenn Heights Homes Burglarized In Less Than Two WeeksJust before the holiday season begins, some residents in one North Texas neighborhood were hit hard by thieves.
US Home Sales Reach Strongest Pace In Nearly A DecadeAmericans bought homes in October at the fastest pace in nearly decade, helped out by low mortgage rates that have since started to climb following the presidential election of Donald Trump.
Group Opposing Arlington Ballpark Releases Secretly-Recorded Remarks By MayorOpponents of a proposed retractable roof ballpark for the Texas Rangers are taking the mayor of Arlington to task over secretly-recorded remarks made during a meeting with local business leaders.
Dallas Landlord Discloses Offer Made To City LeadersKhraish Khraish is at the center of controversy after telling hundreds of his tenants that they would have to suddenly move out by the end of the month. Now, he is claiming to be the champion for those same residents.
US Home Prices Rose In August, Lifted By Dwindling SupplyU.S. home prices climbed at a solid pace in August as more home buyers competed for fewer available properties.
"Fixer Upper" Clients Cash Out By Renting Their HomesChip and Joanna Gaines have caught the attention of viewers everywhere with their HGTV cable television series Fixer Upper, which documents the couple renovating homes for clients in Waco.
Frisco Residents Petition Against Proposed Electric SubstationFrisco's explosive growth may seem unstoppable, but something has to power all the new developments under construction.
Old Homes In Arlington Heights Plagued By FloodingIt was a long, unexpected night for Carleton and Western Avenues and the homes built half a century ago on an old creek bed in Arlington Heights.
Lightning Sets Three Frisco Homes AblazeMorning thunderstorms kept Frisco firefighters busy when three separate lightning strikes set homes on fire.
Road Project Cuts Dallas Homeowners Off From DrivewaysA road project on Munger Avenue in Dallas has left numerous homeowners with inaccessible driveways
It's Tough To Build Homes That Can Withstand TornadoesHomebuilders use modern techniques to construct homes that can withstand winds of up to 200 miles an hour.
Want-To-Be Homeowners Camp Out For Lots In McKinneyApparently getting the house you want has turned into a competition in McKinney.