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Dallas Real Estate is Hot, Hot, Hot!

The Dallas real estate market is as hot as a Katy Trail run at 4pm in August. Last April, Dallas experienced “a West Coast style market”, meaning panic buying due to a low-inventory market. This spring was no different. Buyers … Continue reading

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Neighborhoods: Forest Hills

Hi everyone! We are so excited about our brand new listing in the beautiful Forest Hills neighborhood of Dallas. Maybe you’re new in town (or soon-to-be) or perhaps you live in Dallas but don’t know much about Forest Hills. We’re … Continue reading

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Dallas Neighborhoods: Farmers Market District

What do YOU think about this hot spot? Is it worth the investment? The Dallas Farmers Market lost its luster long ago and it’s old news to you and me. Stories graced major local news sources for years with titles … Continue reading

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Oh Where Oh Where to Shop? Favorite Grocery Store is leaving Highland Park Village.. Can you believe it?

Tom Thumb to Leave Highland Park Village Photo: Highland Park Village Tom Thumb plans to close its Highland Park Village store in the next 12  months, the grocery chain announced today. “We have enjoyed being in Highland Park Village over … Continue reading

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DALLAS LEADING ECONOMIC GROWTH

DALLAS LEADING ECONOMIC GROWTH It might be snowing and slow going on the roads but you can’t stop the fabulous economic growth in our fabulous Dallas as well as other booming metro centers. https://dallashomesbyvictoria.wordpress.com/ Nearly all U.S. cities are forecast … Continue reading

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Preston Hollow: “More Than A Flatland Suburb On The Fringes Of Dallas”

In 1924 Ira De-Loache bought a 56-acre (23 ha) farm in 1924. Preston Hollow’s first lots were carved out of the former farm parcels. De-Loache and Al Joyce developed Preston Hollow, with development largely occurring in the 1930s. Initially Preston Road … Continue reading

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