Bob's Blog on Historical Homes in McKinney and Dallas.

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2008 

This is a wonderful instrument to hear.  McKinney always has a very talented musian who brings this pipe organ to life at The Performing Arts Theatre. The Birth of the Theatre Pipe OrganIn the early decades of the last century, the silent cinema became a main stay of entertainment for Americans. ...
01/25/2008
The Son of the Sheik   Date: 2/9/2008Start Time:8:00 PM End Time:10:00 PM Location: Courtroom Theater   THE SON OF THE SHEIKNorth Texas Chapter of the American Theater Organ SocietySilent Film Organ ConcertIn this visually intoxicating sequel to Valentino's career-defining film The Sheik, the sil...
01/25/2008
Eternal Romeo & Juliet  McKinney Repertory Theatre Presents World Premiere Begin Date: 1/25/2008Start Time:8:00 PM End Date:1/26/2008 End Time:10:00 PM   Location: Courtroom Theater    www.mckinneyrep.orgMcKinney Repertory TheatreTHE ETERNAL ROMEO AND JULIETA New Play by Dr. Andrew B. HarrisThe E...
01/25/2008
There are tons of apartment dewelers, folks leasing homes and sellers who are just sitting on the fence.  Interest rates are absolutely wonderful right now.  Ask a mortgage loan officer what your house payment would be if you financed a year ago and compare it to todays rates. What a change and a...
01/23/2008
What a wonderful time to buy or sell your home. If you are selling, buyers can have a lower mortgage payment then ever possible in 30 years!If you are buying, what a wonderful time to sell as now, more buyers can qualify for your home. If you are wanting to either buy or sell and your in the Nort...
01/23/2008
The Montgomery HomeThis beautiful Craftsman style home was built in 1909 by the J.R. Wilcox family. The Wilcox's were a prominent family in Collin County and one of the founding families of McKinney. They were established lumber merchants, owning local lumber companies and mills in East Texas. A...
01/17/2008
The Curfman HomeThe Nenney/Curfman home at is one of the shining jewels of the street. The many renovations of homes here have elevated the street to the finest examples of historic homes. The Curfman home is rich in history dating back to 1874, when Mr. James Patrick Nenney purchased two acres ...
01/17/2008
Here are some of the principals a real estate appraiser will consider when he is valuing a property. The appraiser is always aware of the four characteristics of value for a home:Demand - - in order for something to have value, someone must want or need it Utility - - the ability to fill a need -...
01/17/2008
Preparing Your Home For Sale A few great tips on creating an atmosphere that will charm buyers and make them want to buy your home.  Remember that you'll never get another chance to make a first impression.  And first impressions are what counts!  Follow these simple tips and create the competiti...
01/17/2008
Homebuyers often follow their hearts, and they should. Sometimes just going with your gut feeling is the best indicator. But when it's house-touring time, it's important to set those emotions aside and replace them with clear-headed thinking and a critical eye. Otherwise, your potential dream hou...
01/17/2008
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The blog details Historical Homes in general and specific homes in McKinney, Texas. Also shown are events that may be entertaining or informational about the Historical Neighborhood Homeowners association.