We have several suggestions for the new owner of the tiny burg of Mustang.
As home prices skyrocket in Texas, buyers will try anything to stand out—and neuroscience shows these letters work. But housing experts say the implications are troubling.
For a cool $8 million, it could be yours.
With yet another billion dollar mixed-use development in the works, Austin may be nearing its saturation point.
In 2012, a mystery buyer spent more than $100 million for a penthouse in Manhattan. It was Michael Dell.
You know who likes fireplaces? George Strait likes fireplaces.
Video game billionaire Richard Garriott’s West Austin estate hits the market.
The pop princess’s Fort Worth home is on the market.
Don’t be fooled by claims of economic diversification—the city still runs on oil.
Talk about a Cowboys souvenir.
Mattress Firms are multiplying today as fast as chain pharmacies did twenty years ago, but how long can they stave off the future?
Spoiler: They’re both in the path of a tropical storm right now.
Two suburban closets tell the tale.
Before you bust out your checkbook, there’s a big catch you should be aware of.
The rent, as you may have heard, is increasingly too dang high.
These three properties are yours for the ogling.
Jeff Boswell will find your dream spread.
Her famously colorful home is now somebody else’s.
The San Antonio Express-News used Census data to track the physical movement of wealth in a variety of Texas cities. What do those maps teach us?
Who inject $11 billion into the Texas economy.
If you've got an eight-figure house-hunting budget and a need for a place with goalposts in the backyard, give it a look.
Online real estate empire Trulia says that they certainly are.
A new analysis suggests that the future of Texas might be a little further south.
Things are tough all over—but they're especially tough in College Station and Laredo.
Fans of the Eighth Wonder of the World, rejoice—there's one less reason to destroy the beloved stadium.
A real estate blog has released a list with quantifiable data to prove what we already knew: People in Texas really love tacos.
If you're living in San Antonio or El Paso, it's time to pick up stakes and move to, er, Conroe.
It's got a veranda with seating for 450 people, a two-story closet, and a bowling alley. It's on 25 acres and the mansion itself is 48,000 square feet. And nobody really knows what it's worth.
The North Dallas suburb of Frisco is growing rapidly—and it's only going to grow faster when the Cowboys move their facilities there in 2016.
The disgraced cyclist sold his Spanish-style mansion in Austin, but still plans to still call the capital home.
The latest installment of Lone Star Listings, our new recurring feature that highlights beautiful, historic, and interesting properties and homes around the state.
Texas dominated a new U.S. Census Bureau growth survey.
The Fordham Institute singles out zip codes in Austin, Houston, and Dallas, but his criteria is limited and imprecise.
The city tops Forbes' annual list for the second year in a row, while Dallas, Houston, San Antonio all crack the top ten.
Midland’s energy companies are still laying people off a decade after the bottom of the bust. But—surprise—the city’s economy is booming again.
The first fleet of Lockheed Martin’s F-35 fighter jets, which are produced in Fort Worth, are roughly $1 billion more expensive than anticipated.
Blockbuster shuts down one-third of its locations, international business out of Texas goes gangbusters, and home prices increase in San Antonio and Houston.
Dallas’s ritzy Park Cities is the sort of place where Jerry Jones Jr. can buy a four-story castle with twelve bathrooms and a nine-car underground garage for a reported $8.7 million and some people regard it as a steal. Welcome to the fabulous world of Erin Mathews, the very discreet
Old Texas, New Texas, boom, bust: Whatever the times, Houston strip-mall king Jerry J. Moore makes a living–and lives it up.
The celebrity realtor as realtor celebrity.
The eldest son of Trammell Crow used his money for drugs, guns, and high living. His wife spent a fortune on personal trainers and self-promotion. Now they’re squaring off in an L.A. divorce court.
Las Colinas was supposed to be Can-Do City. So why couldn’t it?
Gary Bradley, a hot young land speculator in Austin, was in the middle of a $50 million deal when he ran into an outraged environmental movement and a lobbyist with some powerful clients. The fight was on.
Outside the back door stretches the lonely prairie; there is deep silence broken sometimes by gunshots and things that go bump in the night. But here on the edge of Dallas’s suburbs, you can always retreat to the whirlpool in the bathroom.
Behind the gleaming facades of many new apartment villages are the crumbling walls of next year’s urban blight.
Architect John Staub, the forgotten genius of River Oaks, transformed a few nondescript Houston streets into Millionaires’ Row.
Resort hotels and luxury condominiums line the shore of South Padre, yet foot by foot, day by day, the island is washing away.
Give us your tired and freezing Yankees, your studious Arabs, your ambitious young hustlers just blown into town, and we will rent them one bedroom and a bath for $215.
Years ago, kids used to play pioneer with Lincoln Logs. Today grown-ups are playing pioneer—only with real log cabins.
Condominiums are springing up all over Texas. It’s a good concept, but you need to know what you're doing.