TV Show Revival Not the Only Reason to Tune into Dallas

DALLAS - June 12, 2012 - (RealEstateRama) -- There's more than one reason to tune into Dallas this month. The just-released survey of the Best 100 U.S. Markets to Invest in Rental Property shows that Dallas (16th place) and its neighbor Fort Worth (15th place) are two of the hottest markets in the country both for expected returns on rental properties and job growth.


January 4, 2012 - (RealEstateRama) -- A review of real estate investment opportunities shows that the some of the best opportunities may be headed South. The fourth-quarter analysis of “Best Markets to Invest in Rental Property” places five Florida markets in the Top 10 of U.S. markets. Daytona Beach and Fort Myers moved up into the second and fifth spots respectively, joining other Florida cities of Orlando, which came in at number four, Ft. Lauderdale at number eight and Tampa at number nine.

HomeVestors – HomeVestors Achieves More Victories Over Trademark Infringers

DALLAS, TX - June 29, 2011 - (RealEstateRama) -- HomeVestors of America, Inc. (“HomeVestors”), known for its registered trademark We Buy Ugly Houses®, has been diligent in protecting its trademarks. For many years HomeVestors has aggressively pursued a campaign to stop third parties from improperly using the company’s federally registered and protected trademarks in their business activities

HomeVestors – What’s the Ugliest House in America?

DALLAS, TX - June 29, 2011 - (RealEstateRama) -- HomeVestors of America, Inc., known as the “We Buy Ugly Houses®” company, announced that national public voting is now under way in the “2011 Ugliest House of the Year®” contest in six regional markets across the USA. Have your voice heard and compare your opinion with others by voting in the 2011 “Ugliest House” contest.

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Preserving the Past While Building the Future

Glancing at a modern city skyline, it's apparent many if not most of the buildings are less than half a century old. Upon closer inspection, older buildings can be seen as well. In a city like New York, the old mixes with the new in dramatic fashion; the 90-year-old Empire State Building dominates the sky alongside five-year-old 432 Park Avenue.