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There’s a Little Construction Over on CandysDirt.com, So Pardon Our Dust

By Candy Evans | January 13, 2013 | 4 Comments

I WISH I could call it “re-construction”, as I almost did, and I wish I could report that it was just me getting my boob job to start out 2013 on a higher level.

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Fernando Alva, Dear Dallas Realtor Friend, R. I.P.

By Candy Evans | May 10, 2012 | 6 Comments

Fernando M. Alva was a dear friend. I had not seen him for about nine months, but on  Wednesday afternoon, May 9, I had a fleeting vision of him in my mind as I worked on a blog post. Call him, I told myself, call him later on today and connect. I was too late. […]

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The Week Ahead on CandysDirt and SecondShelters: Calistoga, California Here I come

By Candy Evans | October 3, 2011 | 5 Comments

My second home this weekend! As I have told you, I launched CandysDirt.com on July 1, 2011, my very own version of the super duper popular DallasDirt blog I created for D Magazine and kept going, growing for almost four years. CandysDirt (no apostrophe) is ALSO growing by leaps and bounds — please check it out […]

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Do You Have a Vacation Home You Want to Pimp, I Mean, Market? Social Media for Vacation Home Owners

By Candy Evans | July 15, 2011 | 2 Comments

Rent it, sell it, make it pay the bills for you? You may want to get up early with me tomorrow morning to participate in a  way cool phone “webinar” with participation by experts in the vacation home marketplace. This is the second of two such webinars we are offering this summer. You missed the […]

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Don’t Get Screwed on Your Next Real Estate Deal: Clay Stapp & Co Celebrates, Really Really Celebrates Dallas Real Estate

By Candy Evans | May 20, 2011 | 4 Comments

This is the new breed of tech savvy Realtor — excuse me, iRealtor — and I’ve said it before, I’ll say it again: the Clay Stapp style is shaking things up in this town. They do contracts on ipads. They promote properties elusively on the web, they twitter, tweet, blog, Facebook, Four-Square, Digg, AIM, everything. […]

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