Toyota Moving to Texas – What Relocating Californians Can Expect

The Move from California to Texas Chances are, you’ll want to move by car with all of your belongings when finally venturing out to Texas. The trip, depending what part of California you are coming from, is give-or-take 30 hours. Your best bet is to break this up into two days, staying in New Mexico for a break before continuing on. Make sure to have all your ducks in a row before you move. Use the checklist below to help […]

Whose market is it anyway?

Wow – the oxymoron of being a realtor in the DFW area. These are the business page headlines Friday June 13th and Saturday June 14th: What does this mean to our current and future clients???  The inventory of existing homes for sale is the lowest in 15 years, but job opportunities in the area are rising.  What does this mean to our current clients and new buyers?  You might consider buying a new construction home, you definitely need to be […]

Home Decorating Safety Tips For the Holidays

Fall is here, and that means winter is just around the corner! By now you’ve most likely decorated the house with pumpkins, autumn-colored leaves, and friendly harvest items. But once these are put away come late November, it will be time to string up the lights and decorate the Christmas tree! It seems only appropriate to share with first-time and seasoned home buyers alike the dangers and safety tips to keep in mind while embellishing your home and trimming your […]

New Water Restrictions in Plano

We all have a responsibility to help conserve our valuable water resources.  If we all follow the rules and get a little God given rain our water resources will return to normal soon.  Winter does not require much water for lawns, planting of new items should be very limited. Also, keep trees trimmed for optimum health. Take care and enjoy beautiful fall weather! Here are some water saving tips for winter all the way from Chester County Pennsylvania! Winterize outdoor […]


Foreclosure percentages in the Dallas area are dramatically below the 1.7% of U.S, mortgages in foreclosure at the end of Decemeber 2008.  Our area is strong compared to the rest of the nation.