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            Carrying in loads of aluminum trays of noodles loaded with chicken, mountains of green salad and hot vegetables, fresh rolls by the hundreds along with multiple gallons of milk, orange juice and lemonade, and package after package of cookies for dessert, we arrived at the Austin Stree...
Some years ago, there was a sole practitioner in Houston who sold a lot of real estate.  His name was Ken Jacobson.  He was a blond-haired guy with a big smile, a resonant voice and a gift for gab.  He made tons of money, drove a new paid-for Mercedes 560-SE, that, when he was home, was parked on...
As radio broadcasting goes, its rich history in Dallas dates back to August 1921 when the City of Dallas put WRR on the air.   It was not only the first station in Texas to get an FCC license, but was one of the nation's first five to go on the airWRR had a weird beginning, actually.  The city fo...
            Home sales have, in reality, been falling for several months. But statisticians friendly to home builders and real estate agents, until recently, have been able to tinker with the figures and thus disguise the breadth of the problem.  Time's up!            Most of you as well as the s...
            "What's Important Is Who Plays the Part of Arthur Fonzarelli," will be the title of my talk this Tuesday, September 25th at the noon meeting of the Rowlett Rotary Club.            Rowlette is a wonderful community on Lake Ray Hubbard near Dallas.  The Rotary meeting is at noon at the ...
                   When I first went into the real estate business in 1964, it was as a young man who had a real estate broker's license.  I bought historic homes in Galveston and Houston, and then adaptively renovated them.  At the same time, I was a commercial lending officer for a savings and ...
The U.S. House of Representatives today overwhelmingly passed the "Expanding American Homeownership Act of 2007," Here's what's in store if it passes the Senate:Allow FHA to make zero or lower down payment loans for borrowers that can afford mortgage payments, but who lack the cash for a substant...
     Champ Did His Experiment at the State Theater and in the Name of The Enforcer                                         By Dallas Realtor-Broker Bill CherryThere was a period where the use of the name Nelson was often meant to bring respect and fear. At least there was one Nelson, Charles was ...
The hardest thing to do when you move to a new town is to separate the "wonderful" from the "not so wonderful."  Although Patty had lived in Dallas for most of her life, when we married, she moved to Galveston where I was hometown stock.  Ten years later, when we moved here permanently, many of h...
On the very first Wednesday morning of February in 1939, Ellis Badgett caught the elevator at a Texas hospital, St. Mary's Infirmary. When he got to his wife's room, he saw a newspaper photographer, Herbert Winters, on the top of a step ladder with his Speed Graphic camera aimed through the room'...


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