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January 2018

Found 3 blog entries for January 2018.

why didn't my home sell?

the truest, most honest answers as to why your home did not sell

First things first and full disclosure - I can be as straightforward and candid with you in this article as I want to be.  I'm not your listing agent, so I'm going to have a heart-to-heart discussion with you about why your home did not sell.  I guess that's one of the advantages to the online world.  I can be completely honest with you and you'll have no hard feelings towards me after reading my thoughts.  There are always exceptions to rules, but I can bet that your house did not sell because of one (or more) of the reasons listed in this article.  The good news is that there are tangible reasons homes do not sell, this article will explain those reasons, and help you potentially

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what is a home inspection - do i need a home inspection

Should I Get a Home Inspection?

Few people would ever buy a home without viewing it first. After all, any sensible buyer would want to see first hand what they are getting. However, the person who buys a home without a home inspection is doing this without a full knowledge of potential issues.

Inspections are a good idea even for newly built homes that pass construction codes. Home inspections in such cases are an extra layer of protection against construction defects that would otherwise require costly repair work later on.


A home inspection is a visual examination of its structural integrity and its foundation. The inspection includes the roof and walls as well as the home's systems such as the

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what it is like to live in uptown

All About Dallas Uptown Living

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living in uptown

Socializing is important to everyone, lest we revert to being hermits in caves. That’s no fun. When people walk the streets of Uptown, they have dogs with them, sometimes children, and all the time they are talking to each other. It’s a laid-back lifestyle: homey, friendly and casual. Most people would think that a city neighborhood would have little grass or green spaces, but Uptown has plenty of grass upon which to have a picnic lunch packed by a trendy pub in Miss Brinkley’s “white bread world”, watch the birds or just commune

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