The weather may be getting colder but that doesn’t mean buyers’ bids have to. While spring may be the best time to put your home on the market, that’s not possible for every homeowner. If you missed out on the height of buying season, you can still sell your home for a good price in fall and even winter. But Scott McGillivray, real estate investor and host of the HGTV show “Income Property,” notes that selling a home during this time of year can be a whole new ballgame. Here are 13 things you should know about putting your home on the market in fall and winter.Read More
Whether you’re hoping to sell in the near future or simply looking to touch up outdated areas, there’s one aspect of home maintenance most homeowners agree is important: curb appeal. It’s a broad term that may reference any number of visible features, meaning there are plenty of ways to enhance the appearance of your house. Consider these ideas – some big, some small – for bringing new life to your home’s look from the experts at the National Association of the Remodeling Industry.Read More
About 200,000 have taken advantage of TEXRail in its first four months of operation between Grapevine and Fort Worth. In July, the passenger rail line started picking up passengers every half-hour instead of every hour. Now, an option extending the other direction, connecting Grapevine to Collin County, is getting fast-tracked.Read More
New Texas laws go into effect this Sept. 1 which were passed by the Texas Legislature earlier this year. Here are a few of the big ones:Read More
Middle-class families looking for the perfect place to call home may find just what they’re looking for in Dallas, according to a new study.Read More
The 30-year fixed-rate mortgage averaged 3.55% this week, the lowest average since November 2016, Freddie Mac reports. The lower mortgage rates are boding well for the housing market.Read More
Follow this advice from three professional organizers for a happier, less stressful rest of 2019.Read More
People often think of January or spring as high seasons for home organization.
But for those of us with school-age kids, late summer is prime time to get rid of excess and create a better system to handle what’s left and what’s on the way.