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The Terrible Truth About This ‘Viral’ $7K Tiny House on Amazon

The Terrible Truth About This ‘Viral’ $7K Tiny House on Amazon Amazon—the mega-retailer delivering everything from books to blenders, at blinding speed—has recently begun hawking a new type of product that’s apparently selling like hotcakes: tiny houses. The site’s latest tiny house sensation is the Allwood Solvalla—a 172-square-foot abode (shown above) priced at a mere $7,250. The
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9 Hidden Dallas Bars You Might Not Know Exist

BY LILY KRAMLICH-TAYLOR- Dallasites 101 There’s something about a secret bar that’s exciting and intriguing…stick the word ‘speakeasy’ on a bar description, and you’re set for all the Millennials to come rushing in to experience it. And while Dallas doesn’t have the most bustling speakeasy scene, there are some hidden gems scattered around the city
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Average Homeowners Stay 8 Years Before Moving

Average Homeowners Stay 8 Years Before Moving Homeowners have been less transient the last few years. In the first quarter of 2019, homeowners who sold their homes had owned them an average of 8.05 years, down slightly from a record high of 8.17 in the fourth quarter of 2018, reports real estate research firm ATTOM
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Children’s Health to develop 72-acre medical campus north on Frisco/Prosper border

Children’s Health to develop 72-acre medical campus north on Frisco/Prosper border By Gavin Pugh/Community Impact |  10:14 am April 25, 2019 CDT Children’s Health plans to develop a 72-acre medical campus along US 380 in Prosper and just north of Frisco. The development, which was announced April 25, will include pediatric health care services as well as corporate, hospitality
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Buy These 10 Hot Backyard Decor Items With Your Tax Rebate!

Buy These 10 Hot Backyard Decor Items With Your Tax Rebate! By Whitney Coy | Realtor.com Preparing your taxes can be a drag, but the promise of a refund means you can hopefully look forward to having some extra cash on hand. So rather than squirreling that money away for a rainy day, why not invest it in your backyard—and in turn,