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Seana Taylor…, Real Estate Pro in Little Elm, TX
With all of the media focus on the 65,000+ unaccompanied minors flowing into the United States from the south, America's true loving and compassionate spirit is awakend, again, as it is during the holidays. There… Read more
Blogged Fri Jul 11, 2014 by Seana Taylor - Click Me! General Area Quality of Life Military Movers
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Thelma Sunde…, Real Estate Pro in McKinney, TX
One of our family Christmas traditions is to see the lights in Deerfield, a neighborhood located in Plano TX between Preston and Coit just north of Legacy.  Each year, homeowners adorn their homes with… Read more
Blogged Thu Dec 5, 2013 by Thelma Sunderland General Area Quality of Life In My Neighborhood
Thelma Sunde…, Real Estate Pro in McKinney, TX
One question I'm frequently asked by buyers is how the schools are in the area they are considering purchasing their home in.  It's a fair question because we all want the our children to attend… Read more
Blogged Sun Dec 1, 2013 by Thelma Sunderland Quality of Life Schools Home Buying
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Thelma Sunde…, Real Estate Pro in McKinney, TX
Plano TX has a lot going for it.  It's close to Dallas.  There's low unemployment.  Numerous businesses, such as HP Enterprise Services, JCPenney, and Frito Lay, base their home offices in Plano… Read more
Blogged Wed Nov 27, 2013 by Thelma Sunderland Quality of Life Crime & Safety Home Buying
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Steve Rodgers, Real Estate Pro in 75093
Without further ado, we bring you the 2013 Top Ten Best Places to Live list. Many of the cities have stayed true to their greatness and graced us with their presence once again. There are also a few newcomers… Read more
Blogged Mon Aug 26, 2013 by Steve Rodgers Quality of Life Home Buying Home Selling
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Lisa Montes, Real Estate Pro in Coppell, TX
Top-10 lists for the most the family-friendly cities in America are a pretty regular occurrence.Forbes seems to do one every year. MSN Real Estate’s got one. Kiplinger and Parenting have… Read more
Blogged Fri Apr 27, 2012 by Lisa Montes Quality of Life Crime & Safety In My Neighborhood
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Karen Wall, Other/Just Looking in Plano, TX
Clean carpets are very important when marketing the sale of your home.  When prospective buyers enter your home one of the first areas they look at is the carpet.  If the carpet has spots or odors… Read more
Blogged Wed Mar 14, 2012 by Karen Wall Quality of Life Home Selling How To...
Melissa Hail…, Real Estate Pro in Plano, TX
Have you set your goals for 2012?  You should have 2 sets of goals....one for personal goals and one for your real estate business goals.  Some people refer to these as "new year resolutions",… Read more
Blogged Thu Jan 12, 2012 by Melissa Hailey, 214-418-0180 Quality of Life Agent2Agent How To...
Rob Purifoy, Real Estate Pro in Plano, TX
A Federal agency is proposing to allow states to enforce a total ban of the use of cell phones in automobiles. In light of the recent driving and texting accidents we may indeed end up with a law… Read more
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Melissa Hail…, Real Estate Pro in Plano, TX
Veterans Day 2011 – 11/11/11   Do you know why we celebrate Veterans Day?   Did you know that this year holds a special significance since the date is 11/11/11? The history of Veterans… Read more
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Patrick Jack…, Real Estate Pro in McKinney, TX
Patrick Jackson answered:
I am a single 50yr. YOUNG woman, that wants to relocate to Plano, TX..All my kids are grown. I have been living in Southern CA all my life.
Hi Mimi,

I just wanted to follow up and see if you need additional informaiton on the Plano or North Texas area. I responded to your request on January 3rd with information about Mc ... more
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Bruce Lynn, Real Estate Pro in Coppell, TX
Bruce Lynn answered:
We will be relocating to the North Dallas/Plano area and are looking for older neighborhoods within walking distance to good shopping
There's old downtown McKinney and Frisco....
I also like downtown Grapevine, but that's a little further than Plano.
I think old downtown Lewisville and Carollton, and Coppe ... more
0 votes Share Flag Tue Dec 28, 2010 Quality of Life in Plano
Doris Barnett, Real Estate Pro in Plano, TX
My 2 cents for a autumn day.  They moved my polling place, it's cold, I need a bathroom, now it's raining, I'll do it later, now it's windy, I'm too hungary. I'm tired. The kids are yelling. I'm number… Read more
Blogged Tue Nov 2, 2010 by Doris Barnett General Area Quality of Life In My Neighborhood
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Doris Barnett, Real Estate Pro in Plano, TX
My 2 cents for a autumn day.  They moved my polling place, it's cold, I need a bathroom, now it's raining, I'll do it later, now it's windy, I'm too hungary. I'm tired. The kids are yelling. I'm number… Read more
Blogged Tue Nov 2, 2010 by Doris Barnett General Area Quality of Life In My Neighborhood
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Rob Purifoy, Real Estate Pro in Plano, TX
In this recession, which I call a depression, I've seen good will among people like I've never noticed before. Maybe I've just been at the right place at the right time and witnessed things in public that… Read more
Blogged Sat Jul 10, 2010 by Rob Purifoy Quality of Life
Angela Mccall, Other/Just Looking in Plano, TX
Sound's pretty silly, doesn't it? But the truth is that you spend a lot of time in your life wearing shoes. And you walk a lot of miles. Have you ever thought about all the "stuff" that is on a parking… Read more
Blogged Thu Aug 6, 2009 by Angela Mccall Quality of Life
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Rob Purifoy, Real Estate Pro in Plano, TX
We all know the draw of exemplary school districts and how it can raise property values based solely on that. But consider when the police force in certain areas are prodigiously using speed traps and becoming… Read more
Blogged Sun Jul 19, 2009 by Rob Purifoy Quality of Life
Sylvia Barry,…, Real Estate Pro in Marin County, CA
Sylvia Barry, MAS, CIPS, SRES answered:
Is Plano a good area, with low crime and good shopping? Can you buy a decent home for under $150,000?
Hi Luara:

I wonder if you have bought your home already. If not, I used to live in Plano, still have great friends there. .

We loved what Plano can offer as far as schools, jobs, ... more
0 votes Share Flag Wed Jun 4, 2008 Quality of Life in Plano
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