After years of debate and consideration, a decision will soon be made about what to recommend to the Dallas City Council about how to regulate short-term rentals.
The city of Dallas and developers are working to turn a construction site into a mixed-income development to meet affordable housing needs in Old East Dallas. The community will be able to serve a single resident who earns just over $20,000 and a family of four making $50,000 up to market rate.
A developer is proposing a two-story mixed-use development in the place of a historic church. Residents say the church built in 1948 adds to the charm of Old Town Coppell. The developer says he doesn't want to demolish the church. Instead, he is proposing to move it.
The number of homes sold in the 100 largest housing markets this October was half of last year, according to the Knock Buyer-Seller Market Index. While that may start to give home buyers more power, experts say high-interest rates are preventing a true buyer's market.
As cities across North Texas grapple with how to regulate short-term rentals, one group of neighbors was shocked to find out that a VA loan was used to purchase a short-term rental in their neighborhood.
Council members expressed frustration that they are still getting complaints that builders are finding it too hard to invest in the city. Some council members questioned why city leaders haven't met their own self-imposed deadline.
U.S. Department of Housing and Development Secretary Marcia Fudge traveled to Fort Worth Friday to see the historic Stop Six neighborhood for herself. She was briefed on a transformation taking shape.
There's a proposal to knock down some big-box stores in Fort Worth and replace them with an apartment complex and small retail shops. But some residents don't want to see that happen.
Plano is the latest city in our area to consider regulations for short-term rentals. A recent prostitution bust at a short-term rental in a Plano neighborhood brought more attention to the issue.
A new housing report finds that cities with stable job markets and a low cost of living factor into homebuyers' demand for bigger homes.
In a presentation at a Dallas City Council committee meeting the Child Poverty Action Plan says a lack of affordable housing and long-standing misconceptions limit options for people looking for somewhere to live.
Ret. Army Specialist Jonathan Merchant has been living in this rented home in Burleson. On Saturday, the injured veteran will move to a brand-new ADA-modified home. The mortgage-free home will literally give him and his wife a new lease on life.
Real estate website Knock.com is projecting that the nationwide seller's market is cooling from its historic highs and that it's moving toward favoring buyers.
An attorney fighting the eviction of a Mesquite mother is making a strong accusation that a letter notifying his client of her eviction trial date was forged and placed in her file after the date had passed.
Home prices are continuing to climb, based on newly released data from the National Association of Realtors. Here are some of the most expensive cities to live.
Fort Worth's proposed city budget includes 300 new city jobs for police, fire, a new library and more. There's also a two-cent reduction in the property tax rate, but homeowners will still see their property taxes go up because property values are so high.
The median listing price sits at $475,000, 20.3 percent higher than July of last year, according to the report.
The debate over short-term rentals was in the spotlight in Fort Worth this week as the city turns to homeowners and others for feedback. During a public meeting on Tuesday, they made it clear the issue is very divisive.
A wildfire in Tarrant County destroyed several homes Tuesday night. Fire officials say the drought is only causing these conditions to worsen.
A U.S. Navy veteran in North Texas has received a gift she thought she'd never be able to obtain on her own without years of saving.