Area new-home closings climbed to 10,565—the highest quarterly number since late 2006.
By Ben Swanger
In a speech at UNT's law school, Rothstein's rundown of the history of racist, federal residential laws could be seen in real time throughout Dallas.
Dallas has underutilized federal subsidies in recent years. Will it change under the city’s new housing policy?
By Shawn Shinneman
She's taking her experiences in Dallas and delivering them across the country through the National Development Council.
Normally, this would be an open and shut deal. But Yigal Lelah is the one who's asking for a favor.
Homeowners can now legally rent out small apartments on their properties behind their homes.
By Jon Anderson
The new market value analysis is a technical tool that will inform some of the most important decisions the city needs to make.
By Alex Macon
Despite all the reorganization and new hires, he doesn't think he's changed much at City Hall. Just wait for 2018, he says.