Last month, the Highland Park Scots made history for a fourth time, emerging as state champions after facing off with the Temple Wildcats in a nail-biting game. Initially at a deficit, the Scots persevered, maintaining their composure and tying the score with a 36-yard touchdown in the second quarter. With hard work, determination, and intelligent plays, the Scots then took the lead and kept it through the finish.
When it comes to real estate, Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty is proud to serve the Park Cities with the same level of dedication and skill. Keep scrolling…you just might win big and find the perfect Park Cities home to keep cheering on your victors.
At the height of the summer, the chance to own one of these spectacular homes in one of Dallas’ most desirable neighborhoods surrounding Highland Park and University Park has just become easier. The homes below have recently been reduced in price – and all featured the designer finishes, excellent architecture and gorgeous landscaping that are hallmarks of this area.
Summer is the perfect time to transition to a new space for you and your family. These properties are new on the market and offer great opportunities for buyers looking to make their home in one of Dallas’ many desirable neighborhoods.
If you’re looking for an old-fashioned Fourth of July celebration in a tight-knit community, look no further than the Park Cities area. It begins with the Firecracker Run and ends with the parade and picnic – and it’s all-around fun in Highland Park, University Park, Bluffview and Devonshire.
The only thing better than the Fourth of July falling on a Monday this year is the number of neighborhood parades and celebrations lined up to enjoy throughout the long weekend. From Fair Park Fourth – Dallas’ official Independence Day celebration – to the ever-popular Park Cities Fourth of July parade and everything in between, there’s so much to do!
Homes are spending fewer days on market, especially those that are well kept and are located in established neighborhoods. Days on market slid to just 49, a 12.5 percent decrease over 12 months, according to the North Texas Real Estate Information System.
The homes below have been newly reduced by smart sellers who want to attract buyers during the spring rush. Continue Reading…