Real Estate
  • This could be a weekend get-a-way, a cattle or equestrian operation, a cultivated and producing farm, an investment or a combination of all. Live springs and pond on property. Hunt ducks, geese, deer and turkey.
    A 3000+ sq. ft. home built in the '50s and updated.
  • Recreational Acreage (64+/-) which is very secluded while at the same time readily accessible. The site is within 1 to 1 hours to two international airports. Only 30 minutes or so to North Dallas suburbs. Top-notch hunting and recreational property with the most sought after features.
  • Elegantly renovated Victorian home! This 5 bedroom, 2 bath home has gator flooring, double ovens, breakfast bar, built-in pantry, oak cabinets, tin ceilings, fabric walls, central heat & air, original wood trim, and 3 decorative fireplaces.
  • Magnificently and painstakingly restored 1880s office bldg. on the town square of Bonham, Texas. This historic property would enable one to live and/or work in surroundings rarely found today. $187,500
  • Need a private escape? Then you will need to see the backyard of this 3 bedroom, 2 bath home on 5+- acres.
  • Very Well Maintained Custom Brick Home on 2.102 acres of Land. Home offers 4 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms, Large Open Concept floor plan between Kitchen, Living and Breakfast Area, also features a Formal Dining Area that could be used an office because of the size of the Breakfast Room.
  • Landscaped, lush and lovely! This home with a circle drive has curb appeal and shows the pride of ownership. The fenced backyard is an oasis with a large patio, salt water above-ground pool with deck, storage buildings to keep tools and pool supplies tidy, and the gate is double on the west side for easy lawn maintenance. Mature shade trees and landscaping are also a plus.
  • The 400th family to close on a home in McKinney's Trinity Falls is Zach and Shanae McCoy, shown here with son Miles.
  • Employers added 156,000 jobs last month, below expectations but good enough to keep the economy moving forward. The breakout year for the current economic cycle has remained elusive, and may fail to arrive before the next recession. Nonetheless, the economy has added jobs for 75 consecutive months, the longest stretch in the post-war era.
  • Macavity Company, a Mesa, Arizona based planned community developer has completed land acquisition for the 860-acre Whitewing Trails community in Princeton. The property fronts Monte Carlo Boulevard and FM 75 and represents the largest planned community in the Princeton market area. Whitewing Trails will ultimately include over 2,800 single family housing lots, a new elementary school and the Princeton City Hall. The project is expected to generate over $300 million in economic impact in the Princeton market at build out.