The vast majority of prospective homebuyers, 83%, consider climate related risks when looking for a new home, a recent survey released by Zillow found.
He came home from work to find everything he owned was accidentally thrown in a dumpster by maintenance. But now, building management says he has no rights to reimbursement.
The court’s action underscores a wave of community pressure, including a joint letter from the cities of Keller, Southlake and Colleyville to the appraisal district demanding that Jeff Law be fired.
Prospective homebuyers across the U.S. are facing a chronic shortage of available houses, but the scarcity is worse in some parts of the country, according to new Bank of America research.
After waiting nearly two months for belongings she said were being held hostage after a move, a Denton County mother finally got them. It's only after she called FOX 4 that progress was finally made.
The one-night stay in September includes a meditation session, spa day and chef's dinner.
After a FOX 4 report about a moving company under investigation for holding a North Texas woman's furniture for over a month, the company has now promised to issue her a full refund and get her furniture to her as soon as possible.
A North Texas woman filed multiple reports with law enforcement against the moving company she used to relocate from California. She still doesn't have her furniture after they picked it up in mid-June.
A typical home sold for about $382,000 during the four weeks ending on July 23.
Thursday evening, the Texas House passed the property tax relief bill that was passed by the Senate Wednesday.
The Dallas City Plan Commission recently turned down a Habitat for Humanity proposal to build 30 homes in the Joppa community. However, the city plan commission decision is not the final word.
The shooting at the short-term rental that left a 19-year-old dead and others injured happened in a neighborhood zoned for single families. It's the kind of neighborhood where the Dallas City Council voted to ban revolving weekend rentals, but the ordinance won't be enforced until December.
Wednesday is day two of the second special session in Austin, and they're basically starting where they left off with an impasse.
A tornado destroyed the couple's home in 2001, and it took several years for them to start to rebuild.
Additional property tax relief is on the way for Fort Worth homeowners 65 and older and those who are disabled.
After banning any new short-term rentals, Plano leaders were set to vote on a plan regulating existing ones. But they decided to hold off.
The city of Colleyville denied a developer's request to build a housing development on 14 acres of Cross Timbers Forest. The decision came after the mayor and city council received hundreds of letters in opposition to the plan.
The Texas Senate advanced a new bill Tuesday to cut property taxes for all land-owning Texans — but because House members adjourned weeks ago, the future of the proposal is unclear.
Patrick is traveling the state to make his case, stopping Thursday in Dallas. He says they refuse to compromise on how best to provide tax relief to homeowners.
James Enochs, a disabled veteran, spent years serving as a combat photographer in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Last week volunteers worked to make James and his wife Linda's home safer.