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We Want Your House Hunting Stories

If you’ve bought or renovated a house in the past year and want your pic in D Mag, this is your shot.
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Do you want to be famous in a local magazine-y, non-nightly news kinda way? Cool, keep reading.

In the past year: Did you search for dream home then ultimately decide to renovate your current home? OR, are you an empty nester who recently downsized? OR, did you visit dozens of houses before finally scoring your place? OR, do you have a totally average house hunting story that is reflective of today’s market? Wow. Awesome. Keep reading.

Do you live in the greater Dallas area (including Frisco, Plano, Rowlett, and other outlying areas, but maybe not as far as, say, Sherman)? Sweet. Me, too! Keep reading.

Do you want a professional photographer to take a pretty picture of you to appear in the glossy pages of D Magazine? Do you mind sharing the nitty gritty of your housing search or renovation, including the cost of your new digs? Super. Keep reading.

If you’ve made it this far, I probably want to chat with you. Take a look at last year’s article to see what kind of info we include, then email me at [email protected] with a few sentences about your search, your neighborhood, and the purchases price of your home—and be sure to write “House Hunt Story” in the subject line. If we’d like to include your tale, I’ll contact you for more info and to schedule a photo shoot.

Well, then. Alright. Hmmm. You know, I think our business is done here. You may totally stop reading.

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