Six Steps for Successfully Protesting Your Property Value If you’ve never protested your property value before, there are a few things you can do that will better your chances of achieving... Read More

Three Dallas suburbs are hotspots for millennials on the move, according to a new analysis of U.S. Census data. Using the most recent data from 2018, personal finance company SmartAsset studied... Read More

For nearly two months, most of us have been following strict stay-at-home orders from our state and local governments. It is a whole new way of life that has put our daily lives... Read More

SAN ANTONIO – Have you ever dreamed of living in the trees? You can live out your childhood dreams in these unique Texas treehouse rentals. Impressive Treehouse Nestled... Read More

BY A. C. GREENE TEXAS MONTHLY: ISSUE FEBRUARY 1978 Try to remember, Bill, Hell and Houston both begin with an h. —letter from a 19th-century visitor I wish I’d said it first, but... Read More

As the nation adheres to stay-at-home orders due to COVID-19, what homeowners desire in a home is changing, according to a new consumer survey from® and Toluna Insights. Of the 1,300 homeowners surveyed, a... Read More

A 114-year old farmhouse built on a hill overlooking what is now Grapevine Lake is being moved Thursday to its new home. The City of Grapevine is moving the historic Roberson... Read More

March 31, 2020 – Realtor Magazine Cities may be putting more social distancing measures in place to control the spread of COVID-19, but physical distance is not lessening consumers’ views on buying a home in... Read More

Dallas-Fort Worth was the second-busiest building market in the country last year with almost $22.5 billion in construction. Only New York City had more total construction — both residential... Read More

California’s Rock Church went solely online for its Sunday worship services due to the coronavirus scare, and the megachurch’s pastor, Miles McPherson, said in his sermon that carefulness was needed, but with faith... Read More