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.
A real estate broker who says he has helped thousands of people in Tarrant County dispute their property valuations says he feels vindicated after being allowed to continue to do so.
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 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.
A new report from Redfin reveals more potential homebuyers are willing to relocate if that means finding more affordable homes.
Rents are up 14.1% over the same time last year — they’ve hit record levels every month for the past 16 months.
Another Dallas neighborhood is frustrated after a short-term rental brought dozens of people the smell of drugs and trash to their usually quiet neighborhood last weekend. A city councilwoman says the Dallas Police Department and code enforcement are investigating exactly what went on inside the home.
A realtor in Tarrant County who has helped hundreds of homeowners fight their appraisal bills is the subject of complaints by an official in the county.
Airbnb is removing its 16-person occupancy cap.
A North Texas family says they have a warning for anyone who's buying a home from a builder. Just days before closing on their forever home, their builder backed out. Turns out the builder's contract they were required to sign left them with virtually no protection.
Three separate one-night stays will be available on June 24, June 25 and June 26 for $20 a night to celebrate the movie’s 20th anniversary.
It appears that council members are leaning toward prohibiting them in neighborhoods and only allowing them in the same areas as hotels. Dallas City Council members spent about four hours discussing how to handle short-term rentals in the city with the biggest questions surrounding how the city will respond if things get out of hand at a rental.
Data from rent.com shows the average for a two-bedroom in Dallas has jumped up 46% from last year. Other cities like Grapevine and Grand Prairie are seeing even bigger rent increases. Only one North Texas city saw a consistent drop in rent prices.
It's something the city has been talking about and not fixing for more than two years now. This time, the Dallas city manager addressed council members' questions directly.
Victims of the 2021 Surfside condo collapse in South Florida have reached a staggering $997 million settlement after the tragedy claimed the lives of 98 people.
Homeowners are fighting back, and Dallas County officials say they should. The Dallas Central Appraisal District says more than 170,000 homeowners protested their new appraisal values last year. This year — it could be even more.