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Did Real Estate Get John Wiley Price in Hot Water?

By Candy Evans | June 28, 2011 | 14 Comments

WFAA-TV is reporting that John Wiley Price has doubled his real estate portfolio in the last 12 months. This is Price’s home in North Oak Cliff. According to some Dallas County records digging by Channel 8, Price has been buying up a lot of property in and around his North Oak Cliff home during the […]

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Your Medicaid Tax Dollars at Work Over on Strait Lane? Dallas Real Estate News

By Candy Evans | June 7, 2011 | 12 Comments

I’m not going to do too much work here, going to defer to Byron Harris over at WFAA-TV Channel 8 to do most of the heavy lifting. Keep your eyes peeled to him for a report coming up involving these properties. My eyes are permanently peeled to Dallas real estate. In March, I was alerted […]

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Inside Dallas Real Estate News: Stealth Sales All in the Cowboys Family??

By Candy Evans | June 2, 2011 | 3 Comments

So this is not confirmed, but here’s what I think has been going on. Jerry (Jerral) Jones Jr. and Lori Lemon own 4301 Beverly Drive, a gorgeous 6906 square footer built in 1998, highly customized by the first owner, Jimmy Bishop, and once owned by Kim Schlegel. Well, that house is now plumb empty and […]

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The Tax Doctor: Park Cities Land Values Down, Improvements Up

By Candy Evans | May 9, 2011 | Comments Off on The Tax Doctor: Park Cities Land Values Down, Improvements Up

A Reader writes: Tiffany, DCCD reduced land values and increased improvements in the Park Cities last year because the builders are out of the market here so land values actually did go down. They lowered land but increased improvements so there was little if any net effect. Most people did not pay attention to DCAD […]

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Dallas County Tax Office Almost Gave Me a Heart Attack Friday!

By Candy Evans | March 8, 2011 | 6 Comments

I survived, but John Ames’ office … or maybe last month’s ice storm… is certainly responsible for the demise of my complexion. I received not just a tax delinquency statement but a pile of letters from lenders wanting to “help me out”: “Your 2010 Texas property taxes were due on January 31, 2011. According to […]

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