Dallas’ summer housing market is seeing a cool front

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Columbus is second-hottest housing market in nation, says Realtor.com

Hide caption A national report issued Thursday confirms what Columbus-area home-shoppers already know: Demand for homes is high and supply is low in central Ohio. The imbalance is so extreme that Columbus was the nation’s second-hottest real-estate market in June, topped only by Midland, Texas, according to Realtor.com’s monthly “hotness index.” Central Ohio has routinely […]

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House GOP limping to Election Day as farm bill implodes

WHAT THE WORLD IS TALKING ABOUT — “Prince Harry and Meghan Markle marry and delight Windsor crowds,” by The Telegraph’s Danny Boyle: “Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been proclaimed husband and wife by the Archbishop of Canterbury in a ceremony watched by a global audience of hundreds of millions of people. After the couple […]

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Keller Williams helps Houses for Healing on Red Day

Abilene, TX, May 10, 2018: Keller Williams Realty International has one day per year, Red Day, that they stop all work and take the day to give back to their local communities. This year, Keller Williams Realty Abilene chose Houses for Healing to be their benefactor. Houses for Healing is a non- profit organization that offers affordable temporary housing to those undergoing medical treatment in Abilene, TX.

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Sewage leak forces tenants from Big Spring apartments

A sewage leak at the Park Hill Terrace apartment complex left two units in bad shape, leaving Dylan and his dad looking for a new place to live.

Park Hill Terrace tenant, Dylan, said “We noticed that there was standing water, plants going through the carpet, mold everywhere about four feet high on the walls and closets”.

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