I know everyone is concerned about what is happening in the Dallas Area Real Estate Market. Click on link below for a .pdf with information covering all four counties – Dallas, Collin, Denton and Grayson. Check my Blog for updates, or give me a call if you would like more specific information about your areas […]
Looking for a fun activity for the 4th in the #DFW? Check out some of these fun and family events!
Thankful to be included in D Magazine‘s Top Real Estate Agents and Top Producers for 12 years. Thanks to my wonderful clients who have made this possible and trusting me to be their real estate resource. Thanks to my family for supporting my career for the past 22 years. Thanks to the wonderful city of Dallas for […]
It seems like every few months, I look around the house and decide that I need to reorganize. So, I set out on a path to re-organize my life. Boxes, containers, labels and stickers fill the room as I delve into the world of neat and tidy! Then, about a month later, I am right […]
Dads are there to give you important qualities such as responsibility, accountability, and the importance of hard work. Dads are there to teach you important lessons on how to be strong, how to never stop believing in your dreams, and how to achieve your goals. On this Father’s day, I am so grateful that my […]
As a self-proclaimed foodie, I like to venture out in Dallas and explore the restaurant scene. I am always interested in new up and coming restaurants concepts. Dallas is such a burgeoning city and it is great to see so many genres of food move into our area. There are some world renowned chefs wowing […]
The November Market snapshot is provided by Ebby Haliday. Check out how the DFW Market did this month. Based on data from NTREIS for November 2016.
I am guilty of getting carried away with holiday decorating. The decorative lights, fun trinkets for home, and tree decorations all look so beautiful. I really enjoy seeing the magical displays of lights on the homes. I particularly love seeing the perfect bay window display of a Christmas tree. As you can probably tell, this […]
This fall, I took a girls trip to New York City with friends. I always love the City in the Fall, because the weather is just nice enough to wear a light coat. The parks are lovely for long strolls to view the rich colored leaves. The city boasted a list of great shows this […]
On the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month in 1919, hostilities during World War I ceased. To celebrate the end to what was then thought to be the “war to end all war,” Armistice Day was declared a national holiday by President Woodrow Wilson. Today, we celebrate Veterans Day to honor […]