Finding the Right Place to Call Home

As you seek an apartment in which to reside, you will likely be amazed by the wide range of choices you have. One of the biggest and obvious is north dallas apartments. No matter if you are a first-time apartment buyer, searching for an upgraded apartment, or possibly downsizing, you will be able to choose from houses, apartments, condominiums, and other types of living arrangements.

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Cascade Blonde American Whiskey™ Splashes Down In TX And MI As A Perfect Daytime Summer Sipper – Dallas Business Journal

TULLAHOMA, Tenn., May 17, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — This May, Cascade Blonde American Whiskey is splashing down in Texas and Michigan to introduce lake lovers and dock dwellers to their new favorite daytime summer sipper. Cascade Blonde American Whiskey is a new style of blonde American whiskey that’s incredibly smooth, lighter in color and easier to drink than floating downstream. Cascade Blonde is made using a double chill filtration process, high-corn mash bill and limestone filtered water fresh from Cascade Spring in Tullahoma, Tenn., to give it a smooth-drinking profile. Highlighted by a crisp fruit taste and creamy notes of vanilla, Cascade Blonde complements simple, delicious drinks like the signature Cascade… Read More

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Dallas may let homeowners build, rent garage apartments and ‘granny flats’ after all

There’s a little place for rent in East Dallas for $750 a month — a modest-looking 650-square-foot, one-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment behind a 1935 house a short swing away from Tenison Park Golf Course. If you have a little extra coin and don’t need as much space, there’s another within walking distance of Bishop Arts for $995. It’s a little smaller but completely remodeled — shiny shades of gray and white. Looks almost, dare I say, Uptown. Both Craigslist offerings are garage apartments, which aren’t easy scores in this city — because garage apartments aren’t allowed in most residential neighborhoods in Dallas. You technically can’t rent them, unless they were built… Read More

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North Texas Property Management Announces a Milestone for Property Management Reviews in Plano, Texas – The Business Journals

PLANO, Texas, April 28, 2018 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — North Texas Property Management, a top property management company serving Plano, McKinney and Richardson as well as other suburbs north of Dallas, Texas, has announced a new customer review milestone. Fifteen property management reviews for Plano Texas, including five-star feedback has been reached, on the popular Google search engine. "Our goal is to be the best property management company not just in Plano but throughout the North Texas region," explained Jason Marascio, CEO of North Texas Property Management. "We are very proud of the positive reviews from our customers on Google! That means we are achieving what we set out to do!" Persons… Read More

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Dallas-area home sales drop in many pricey neighborhoods

Staff Photographer More than half of Dallas-area neighborhoods saw a decline in home purchases in early 2018 after years of rising sales. The largest decreases in sales came in high-priced neighborhoods in Colleyville (-30 percent), the Park Cities (-28 percent), Fairview (-26 percent) and Northeast Dallas including Lake Highlands (-20 percent). Median sales prices were $400,000 and more in each of these neighborhoods that saw the most significant first-quarter declines, according to data from the Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University and the North Texas Real Estate Information Systems. Real estate agents and researchers say that prices for moderate and low-priced homes are still growing at a fast rate… Read More

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North Texas home prices at record high in March

Staff Photographer North Texas home sales prices hit an all-time high in March. The median price of homes sold by real estate agents in the area was $260,000 – up 8 percent from a year ago. Median home prices in North Texas are now almost 90 percent higher than they were in March of 2009, according to data from the Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University and the North Texas Real Estate Information Systems. Through the first quarter of 2018, prices are up another 6 percent from the same period in 2017. While prices are still increasing, Dallas-Fort Worth home values are not rising at the 13 percent first… Read More

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North Highland to Donate $20,000 in Funds in Day of Giving Back Competition – Atlanta Business Chronicle

ATLANTA, March 30, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Management consulting firm North Highland is hosting its annual "Day of Giving Back" event beginning this weekend. From March 31 – April 27, 1,500 individuals across 23 offices, accompanied by families and friends, will volunteer with a variety of nonprofit organizations supporting economic empowerment. "North Highland’s philanthropic mission is to disrupt root causes of poverty for underserved communities. Through our annual Day of Giving Back, we bring our culture of caring to life by enriching our local communities and helping others reach their full potential," said Dan Reardon, CEO of North Highland. "By hosting events throughout April, we’re able to maximize our partnerships with… Read More

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Real Estate Website Urges Conservatives To Buy Texas Homes

MCKINNEY (CBSDFW.COM) – Move to Texas for the great schools, the good jobs and the low crime. But also, a new web company pitches, move because you’re a conservative. McKinney-based website conservativemove.com is drawing interest from around the country for its focus on moving right-leaning residents from blue states, to the Lone Star state. The website tag line reads “Helping Families Move Right.” This week, company founder Paul Chabot says the first two homes owned by clients in California will go on the market. Five more clients are actively searching for homes in North Texas. There have been inquiries he said from more than 500 people, in more than 40… Read More

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From a real estate agency to an A/C repair shop, these North Texas ...

From a real estate agency to an A/C repair shop, these North Texas businesses are betting on bitcoin – Dallas Business Journal

Twenty-five stories above Victory Park, a condo at the W is for sale. It has a million dollar view, and just over a million-dollar price tag. “(It’s) $1,049,000,” says Brandt Barham, co-Founder of Nail & Key Realty. Barham says the condo can be bought with regular money or with Bitcoin. “I think the demographic for people who would want to buy in the W is the same as the demographic that would typically invest in Bitcoin…late 20’s, early 30’s professional,” he added. El Segundo, California-based startup Aperture Real Estate Ventures has also brought cryptocurrency home sales to Dallas-Fort Worth, with plans to sell a North Dallas house after fixing it… Read More

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Twin-Engine Airplane Crashes in Muddy Field South of Dallas ...

Twin-engine airplane crashes in muddy field south of Dallas

FERRIS, Texas — Officials say a plane that apparently lost power in both engines has crashed in a muddy North Texas field in an accident that left the pilot slightly hurt. KTVT-TV reports the nose of the Beechcraft B-60 appears to have been torn off in the crash late Thursday morning near Ferris, about 20 miles (32 kilometers) south of Dallas. The left engine apparently broke off during the accident in rural Ellis County. A Federal Aviation Administration statement says the pilot was alone and suffered minor injuries in the crash. FAA spokesman Lynn Lunsford says the pilot reported both engines lost power on a flight from Addison Airport to… Read More

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Dallas oil investor Mike Terry now seeks to tap potential of Cafe ...

Dallas oil investor Mike Terry now seeks to tap potential of Cafe Express chain

Staff Photographer Mike Terry, oil investor, son of a Terminix franchisee and the newest owner of the Cafe Express chain, is still just trying to work out the bugs of the restaurant business. He admittedly started the first two ventures — taking over his father’s pest control franchise and later drilling for oil with Chief Oil & Gas founder Trevor Rees-Jones — without “knowing a whole lot what I was doing.” This time, as he tries to resurrect a restaurant chain that’s largely been in mothballs for more than 10 years, he’s relying in part on guidance from some local industry experts and in part on skills he learned decades… Read More

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