Deep Ellum is one of the Big D’s most iconic neighborhoods. However, it’s undergone serious demographic changes, worrying some Dallas preservationists.
Dallas/Fort Worth is a great place to be if you’re a dog owner — if not for all of the dog-friendly establishments, then for the dog-friendly real estate.
In Dallas, landlords aren’t allowed to discriminate against renters, but they can choose whether or not to rent to someone based on their source of income.
Tanika Donnell is one of DFW’s rising real estate stars. Through hard work and a little creativity, she now runs one of the area’s largest brokerages.
Real estate records are being shattered in Dallas. While that’s positive for agents, it can pose a challenge for buyers who are struggling to get loans approved.
After an unusual 2020, real estate agents are in demand. From falling unemployment rates to rising home prices, here’s what Dallas/Fort Worth agents can expect.
There’s no better time than now to support small businesses. Whether you’re looking for a closing gift or a stocking stuffer, consider these locally-made items.
There’s nothing quite like enjoying a hearty helping of your favorite Thanksgiving dishes and watching the Cowboys hit the gridiron later that afternoon.
The legendary haunted Catfish Plantation is a local Waxahachie restaurant that’s been serving both soul food and spirits to Dallas residents since 1984.
For the die-hard Dallas Cowboys fans that live to tailgate, it doesn’t get much better than owning real estate right next to all of the action.