Ebby Halliday Realtors Celebrate Rookies of the Year 2022


In 2021, you got it done. In 2022, we drink to you!

Maybe they’re new to the business, but these Rookies finished their first year like longtime pros. We had so much fun celebrating their successes with a special luncheon at Haywire.

Keep up the great work in Year 2, everyone!

Check out our Rookies of the Year Luncheon 2022 video below.  

For more photos from the Rookies of the Year Luncheon 2022, click here.

To learn more about the Ebby Halliday Companies, please visit ebbyhallidaycompanies.com/joinus.

6 Tips to Overcome Low Inventory


Today, the greatest challenge faced by homebuyers is low inventory. In this highly-competitive market, it’s important to work with an agent who has an in-depth understanding of how to navigate the situation. Here are six tips to help you achieve your goals, even when facing low inventory.

Get Pre-Approved

In any housing market, getting pre-approved for a mortgage is always the first step in the home-buying process. When searching for a home, buyers and their agents need to know exactly how much they can offer. And in a market defined by low inventory and multiple offers, sellers may not seriously consider offers without a lender letter. While waiting to get approved, you may be passed over in favor of potential buyers who submit proof of funds and mortgage approval letters with their offer.

Be Patient and Prioritize

Due to increased demand and low inventory, it may take longer to find the right home for you. Patience, prioritization and compromise are key. You may not find the perfect home, but if you know what’s most important to you and what’s just a bonus, you’ll be able to find a home that meets most of your search criteria.

Ask About Off-Market and Coming Soon Listings

A savvy real estate agent who’s well-versed in the local market can get you access to off-market or “pocket” listings that are only marketed by word-of-mouth. Your agent will also be aware of any coming soon listings to help you get ahead of the competition.

Be Prepared for a Bidding War

A bidding war is all too common in a market with low inventory. If this happens, it’s important to know your limit beforehand and take the time to consider what the home is worth to you versus its current market value. 

Make Your Best Offer

Gone are the days of back-and-forth negotiating. If you love a home, be ready to put forth your best offer. Keep in mind, when sellers receive multiple offers, it’s not always the highest one that’s the most appealing. There are other ways to set your offer apart such as making a cash offer, waiving contingencies, or offering a seller leaseback. Discuss with your agent the terms that give you the strongest advantage.

Find an Agent You Can Trust

Above all, find an agent you can trust! Buying and selling a home is exciting, but it can be nerve-wracking, too. The process can be complicated and the stakes are high. At Ebby Halliday Realtors, our agents are experienced, knowledgeable professionals who will always put your best interests first and provide you with the most current market research and strategic advice as you make one of life’s biggest financial decisions. They are engaged every day in the buying and selling of real estate. 

Allow Ebby Halliday Realtors to guide you through the process of successfully buying or selling your home. For more information, visit ebby.com today!

Inventory Breakdown by County

All Counties: -9%

Bosque County: +22%

Collin County: -19%

Cooke County: -23%

Dallas County: -27%

Delta County: +35%

Denton County: -9%

Ellis County: +9%

Erath County: +6%

Fannin County: +37%

Grayson County: -6%

Henderson County: +4%

Hill County: -15%

Hood County: -6%

Hopkins County: -8%

Hunt County: +13%

Johnson County: +8%

Kaufman County: +9%

Lamar County: +18%

Montague County: +59%

Navarro County: +15%

Palo Pinto County: -13%

Parker County: -14%

Rains County: +63%

Rockwall County: +15%

Smith County: -35%

Somervell County: +23%

Tarrant County: -13%

Van Zandt County: +10%

Wise County: +12%

Source: NTREIS MLS, 1/1/21-5/1/21 vs. 1/1/22 vs. 5/1/22

Jennifer Young Named Sales Leader of Little White House


Jennifer Young is the new sales leader of Ebby Halliday Realtors’ Little White House Office. Young will also continue in her role as sales leader of Ebby’s North Dallas Office. Chris Kelly, president and chief executive officer of the Ebby Halliday Companies, and Malinda Howell, senior vice president of brokerage, recently made the announcement.

“We are thrilled Jennifer has accepted this expanded leadership role and we know she is the right person to lead this iconic Ebby office,” says Kelly.“ She is the ideal person to succeed Betsy Cameron, who has been an incredible leader of the Little White House.” 

Cameron, who has led Ebby’s Little White House since 2019, will continue in her role as vice president of business initiatives for the Ebby Halliday Companies.

Also announced was the appointment of Stacia Price as the Sales Leader in-Development for Ebby’s Little White House and Ebby’s North Dallas Office. Price will work closely with Young to provide coaching and support to sales professionals, along with continuing her sales career.

“We are very excited to welcome Jennifer and Stacia to their new roles, and we are so grateful for Betsy’s leadership,” says Howell.

A graduate of Louisiana State University, Young worked as a registered nurse before becoming a real estate agent in 2014. When she moved to Dallas from Louisiana her Realtor was Mike Harvey. Young says Harvey, with his enthusiasm for real estate, convinced her to become an agent. She joined The Harvey Team in 2014, and when the team moved to Ebby in 2015 she joined them in the North Dallas Office.

“I knew I could learn so much from working with Mike and Pam Harvey,” Young says. “They are so widely admired and respected. Both Mike and Pam have been great mentors and so helpful to me over the years.”

Young says while learning the real estate business from Mike and Pam, she began to notice how much she also enjoys teaching and mentoring.

“I’m a servant leader at heart,” she says. “As a former nurse, I love to take care of people and I get a lot of joy from watching others succeed. I’m excited about growing our Little White House and North Dallas offices to the next level and working with each of our agents on their business plans and helping them achieve their goals.”

Young and her husband, Chris, are the proud parents of four children. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time outdoors, volunteering in the community and cheering on the LSU Tigers.

“I am honored and excited to take on this expanded leadership role,” Young says. “I’m very much looking forward to continuing to grow one of the nation’s most widely admired real estate brands.”

Price is a fourth-generation Texan who has developed a reputation for surpassing her clients’ expectations and has earned the Ebby’s Little White House VIP award for customer service multiple times. Her experience with sales, marketing and negotiations from her former role as a corporate executive makes her a perfect fit for her new role.

The Ebby Halliday Companies are celebrating 77 years of serving the real estate needs of its valued clients. It all began in 1945, when one bold woman parlayed her wisdom, generosity, business acumen and endurance into what is today is one of America’s most-respected residential real estate brokerages. The legacy of Ebby Halliday is now amplified by the company’s affiliation with HomeServices of America, a Berkshire Hathaway affiliate and the country’s No. 1 residential real estate company by transactions. The Ebby Halliday Companies are proud to offer the most-convenient, full-service residential real estate experience available, with its in-house brands: Prosperity Home MortgageHome Team InsuranceTexas Premier Title and HSTX Title.

For more information, visit ebby.com. To contact Jennifer Young, email jenniferyoung@ebby.com. To contact Stacia Price, email staciaprice@ebby.com.

Tiffany Anderson Named Sales Leader of Ebby’s Prosper | Celina Office


Tiffany Anderson is the new sales leader of Ebby Halliday Realtors’ Prosper | Celina Office. Anderson will also continue in her role as sales leader of Ebby’s McKinney Office. Chris Kelly, president and chief executive officer of the Ebby Halliday Companies, and Carolyn Rosson, senior vice president of brokerage, recently made the announcement.

“We are thrilled Tiffany has accepted this expanded leadership role and we know she is absolutely the right person at the right time in just the right roles,” says Kelly. “Tiffany brings a thorough understanding of all aspects of real estate, from marketing and lead generation to working effectively with clients through closing and beyond.”

“A licensed residential real estate agent since 2003, Tiffany joined Ebby Halliday in 2010 and has built a successful real estate practice by consistently going above and beyond for clients,” Rosson says. “Tiffany has also been an effective mentor for many agents. She has the perfect background and experience to fulfill this important role.”

Raised in real estate, Anderson’s journey began as a small child observing her late grandmother as she worked as a professional agent. A natural problem solver, innovative and people-oriented, Tiffany followed in her grandmother’s footsteps. A successful business built on referrals is a testament to the personal service and professionalism Tiffany has delivered throughout her career. 

A longtime agent whose transition into management has been an organic one, Anderson says she is, at heart, a servant leader. “I get a lot of joy from motivating people and I have always approached work as service. I want to serve our Prosper | Celina and McKinney agents and the wonderful North Texas community I’m privileged to call home.” 

Anderson, who holds the Graduate, Realtor Institute designation, is a graduate of St. Edwards University. She is an active volunteer and is married with three boys who are themselves active in sports and the outdoors. She enjoys yoga, dancing, gardening, boating, biking and traveling, as well as playing sports with her boys and watching them play sports. 

“I couldn’t be more excited to take on this new role in Ebby’s Prosper | Celina Office,” says Anderson. “I consider it a new way to give back to the industry I love, and I am very much looking forward to using the professional skills I have developed to help new and established agents take their real estate careers to the next level.”

The Ebby Halliday Companies are celebrating 77 years of serving the real estate needs of its valued clients. It all began in 1945, when one bold woman parlayed her wisdom, generosity, business acumen and endurance into what is today is one of America’s most-respected residential real estate brokerages. The legacy of Ebby Halliday is now amplified by the company’s affiliation with HomeServices of America, a Berkshire Hathaway affiliate and the country’s No. 1 residential real estate company by transactions. The Ebby Halliday Companies are proud to offer the most-convenient, full-service residential real estate experience available, with its in-house brands: Prosperity Home MortgageHome Team InsuranceTexas Premier Title and HSTX Title. For more information on Ebby’s Prosper | Celina Office, visit ebby.com. To contact Tiffany Anderson, email tiffanyanderson@ebby.com.

Backyard Tips: Yearly Planting Calendar


Want a beautiful garden that stays healthy and looks great all year? Use this calendar to know what to plant and when.

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Backyard Tips: Yearly Planting Calendar

Spring has only just begun, but it’s never too early to garden. If you live in a warm region, you can garden all year round, but even if you live in a cold, northerly climate, you can get a jumpstart on a lush, healthy garden by planning now. Read on for tips to create the garden of your dreams.

Find Your Hardiness Zones and Frost Dates

Wondering how you can tell when to plant flowers, veggies, fruits, and herbs outdoors? Use the USDA Plant Hardiness Zone Map to find out which plants are most likely to do well in your local climate. As you can see from the map, the warmer the region, the higher the zone number. Hardiness zones are based on the average minimum temperatures in that region. 

Frost dates, or the most likely dates of the first and last frosts of the winter season, are based on hardiness zones. In zones 5a and 5b, for example, the last frost usually happens in the first two weeks of April, while the first frost will most likely occur in the last two weeks of October. You should start planting your garden after the last frost and expect the season to end with the first frost.

Choose the Right Plants

You can use hardiness zones to choose plants that will thrive in your climate. If you live in a zone with minimum temperatures below freezing, choose frost-hardy perennials that will survive cold winter temperatures to come back strong in the spring. If you live in a tropical or subtropical region, you should still pay attention to the plant’s hardiness rating. Some plants thrive in a warm climate, but others require periods of cold weather to thrive, and some seeds, like lavender, germinate best if exposed to cold.

Calculate Planting Dates

Calculate your planting dates based on when you hope to put seeds, seedlings, and young plants in the soil. Some vegetables, herbs, and flowers do best when started indoors, and you’ll need to do this about six weeks before your outdoor planting date. 

For many vegetables, flowers, and herbs, you can schedule your planting dates so they’re after the last frost, but keep in mind that different kinds of plants will need different outdoor planting dates, and build out your planting calendar accordingly. For example, peas, carrots, and some lettuces like colder weather and will need to be planted outdoors early in the season, perhaps even before the last frost. Because cool-weather vegetables and greens tend to mature relatively quickly, you may be able to get a bumper crop by sowing them anew in the late summer. 

Other plants, like corn, tomatoes, and cantaloupe like warm weather and should be planted a few weeks after the last frost when the soil has warmed up. Decide what you’re going to plant this spring well in advance and check seed packets, plant labels, or the internet to determine the best time of year to plant each specific variety. Weather isn’t the only consideration — some vegetables, like pumpkins, take a long time to grow, so you should make sure that you plant them while there are still plenty of days left in the planting season for them to mature. 

If you live in a zone with minimum temperatures above freezing, you can enjoy two growing seasons. Plant vegetables and herbs in the spring for a summer crop and again in the fall for a winter crop. Choose tropical flowers, shrubs, and trees for landscaping.

Start Seeds Indoors

Many vegetables, flowers, and fruits can be sown directly into the ground from seed, but others will do best if started indoors and transplanted outside. Start seeds for tomatoes, broccoli, brussels sprouts, eggplant, cauliflower, cabbage, peppers, lettuce, watermelon, swiss chard, and pumpkins indoors six to eight weeks before your planned outdoor planting date. Some plants, especially peppers and tomatoes, are difficult to grow from seed, so you may want to buy seedlings instead. Check seed packets to determine which seeds can be sown directly into the soil and which should be started indoors.

If you want to grow a productive garden this year, you need to develop a planting calendar based on your region’s climate and the plants you hope to cultivate. Do your research to determine which vegetables, fruits, herbs, and flowers you want to grow in your garden this year. Don’t procrastinate, because before you know it, it’ll be time to start planting.

Spring Cleaning? Here are the Best Closet Organization Systems


We all know what it’s like to be afraid to open our closets for fear of everything falling out. Closets can be one of the hardest parts of a home to keep organized and looking good. Check out the best closet organizers and see which one will work best for your home. 

Closets provide most of the storage space in the modern home, whether it’s for clothes, shoes, and accessories in the bedroom or food and spices in the pantry. A well-organized closet looks good and can save you valuable time. Sometimes we just need a little help to get the closet of our dreams—and keep it that way. 

But what is the best wardrobe closet organizer for your organizing style and household? Closet organizers vary widely in cost, size, and materials, so it really just depends on your budget and preference. Here we’ll cover some of the best closet organization systems for bedroom closets, along with general closet organization ideas. Let’s get organized! 

Best Budget Closet Organizer Systems 

When it comes to simple, affordable closet organization systems, you can’t go wrong with ClosetMaid. ClosetMaid has been making closet systems since 1965. Their systems work great, whether you’re looking for a walk-in closet organizer, a closet organizer with drawers, or something simpler like small closet organizer accessories. The best thing about ClosetMaid storage solutions is that their systems can be modified, expanded, or reconfigured as your needs change.   

The adjustable ClosetMaid 16” Organizer and Drawer Kit, made of laminated wood, is a sturdy storage solution that includes three shelves and support kits, two drawers, and three clothes rods. The ClosetMaid Fixed Mount Closet Organizer, made of vinyl-coated steel, offers less flexibility in terms of modification but is more affordable and comes with a shoe rack. These types of racks are great for organizing shoes in a closet. If you’re sharing a closet or are simply a shoe lover, you could also consider purchasing a few more standalone shoe racks to make sure every pair has its place. 

Rubbermaid also makes affordable closet organizers, and they’re available from popular retailers like Walmart and Amazon. With a range of options, quick installation, and easy reconfiguration, Rubbermaid closet systems will give you the space you need in your bedroom, pantry, laundry room, or other storage areas. 

Best Custom Closet Organization Systems 

As with most things, you can spend as much on a closet organization system as you want—the options are almost endless. Custom closet systems are an excellent option for an oddly shaped or corner closet as well as small closets. 

If you’re looking for a system that’s perfectly tailored to your needs and constructed out of the highest-quality materials, a custom closet organizer from a manufacturer like Closet Factory might be for you. Closet Factory designs custom systems for reach-in and walk-in closets, and each custom closet begins with a complimentary design consultation. Other great custom closet system designers include California Closets, which designs high-end custom closets, and Easy Closet, which will give you a free closet design consultation over the phone. These companies also create storage systems for pantries, home libraries, laundry rooms, and garages. Get more garage storage ideas here

Best Closet System for Kids 

Small closet organizers make sense for smaller clothes, right? But how do you organize a small closet? The Little Seeds Grow with Me Closet System, available at Wayfair, Target, and Amazon, is perfect for kids because it can be adjusted to meet their changing needs as they grow and get more involved in their fashion choices. The Grow with Me Closet System features a shoe rack, three shelves, four cubbies, one drawer, and adjustable garment rods for all your kid’s wardrobe storage needs. Rods are placed at child-friendly heights, so your kids can stay in control of what they wear. 

Best Modular Closet System 

Modular Closets offers mix-and-match systems that maximize flexibility without the high price tag of fully customized closet options. Use their online tool to get a free closet design based on your closet measurements, or shop their pre-configured options. 

Best Systems for Walk-In Closets  

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Walk-in closets are amazing, but they’re not so great if they’re not well-organized. To organize a walk-in closet, it helps to have zones: one or two areas for hanging clothes, drawers for folded clothes, shelves for baskets with small items like scarves or hats, and a shoe rack. If you have a small walk-in closet, there are small closet tips on how to make the most of your space. Here are a few walk-in closet organizers that can help: 

  • The Container Store’s Elfa Décor 10’ His & Hers Closet Wall is one of the best closet organizers for people sharing closet space. This system doesn’t come cheap, but it really has it all: multiple shelves, two drawer systems, four areas for hanging clothes, a shoe rack, and a gliding tie and belt rack. 
  • The Rebrilliant Queenborough 72” Closet System is 72 inches wide and combines adjustable shelves and garment rods into a walk-in closet organization system that will give you a sturdy place to store your whole wardrobe.  
  • Looking for something a bit more affordable? Rebrilliant also offers a free-standing closet organizer starter kit, available on Wayfair, with seven shelves and one garment rod. This organizer is made out of bamboo and can create a lovely focal point for your closet. 

Closet organizer systems can help you turn the chaos of your closet into a neat, orderly space where your clothes, shoes, and accessories are easy to find. You have plenty of other things to worry about; you don’t need to be digging around in your closet, searching for your favorite belt or that one pair of shoes that matches your outfit. Eliminate clutter and hectic, stress-filled mornings with a well-organized closet and spend your energy on more important things like cooking a new recipe, entertaining friends, or just plain relaxing. 

Start on your journey to decluttering the rest of your home by checking out more decor ideas as well as home office organization and garage organization solutions. While you’re at it, be sure to look into an American Home Shield® home warranty to keep your home appliances and systems protected from the unexpected.

AHS assumes no responsibility, and specifically disclaims all liability, for your use of any and all information contained herein.

Low Inventory Continues as the Spring Market Begins


Spring Market 2022 is shaping up to be even more competitive than 2021. But don’t be intimidated into inaction. Getting what you need and want is still possible with the right mindset… and, more importantly, the right agent!

Now more than ever, a knowledgeable, tenacious representative by your side makes all the difference, especially with such limited inventory. Going in with a plan is critical. And our experienced agents can help you come up with one that’s right for your situation and increases your likelihood of coming out on top as a seller financially, and as a buyer in a multi-offer situation.

If a no-obligation consultation sounds good right about now, we’d love to provide one for you along with a free valuation of your home. Together, we can beat the odds!

Ebby Halliday Realtors is the leading real estate company in Texas and Oklahoma. If you’re thinking of listing, we’re here to provide an instant valuation of your home and help you prepare. Visit Ebby.com and connect with one of our experienced agents today!

Inventory Breakdown by County

All Counties: -17%

Bosque County: +2.1%

Collin County: -27%

Cooke County: -22.4%

Dallas County: -34%

Delta County: +11.8%

Denton County: -30%

Ellis County: +10.7%

Erath County: +9.1%

Fannin County: +29.3%

Grayson County: -22%

Henderson County: -5.1%

Hill County: +4.7%

Hood County: -1.9%

Hopkins County: +8.2%

Hunt County: +9.6%

Johnson County: -7.8%

Kaufman County: -13.6%

Lamar County: +15.5%

Montague County: +36.5%

Navarro County: -1.6%

Palo Pinto County: -15.8%

Parker County: -8%

Rains County: +23.5%

Rockwall County: -17%

Smith County: +-26.0%

Somervell County: +4.3%

Tarrant County: -22%

Van Zandt County: +10.1%

Wise County: -10.1%

Source: NTREIS MLS, 1/1/21-2/25/21 vs. 1/1/22 vs. 2/25/22

Ebby Halliday Companies Introduce EHC Design Studio


The Ebby Halliday Companies, long an innovator in the adoption of forward-thinking technology, recently rolled out its latest company-wide technology tool, EHC Design Studio.

“EHC Design Studio is an online design and publishing tool that enables all of our agents to edit, customize and publish digital, print and social media graphics easily and within minutes,” says Travis Mathews, Vice President of Operations for the Ebby Halliday Companies, which includes real estate brands Ebby Halliday Realtors, Dave Perry-Miller Real Estate and Williams Trew, as well as in-house mortgage, insurance and title brands.

“EHC Design Studio was built with our core technology mission in mind – simple and easy to use,” adds Mathews. “Just as we did last year with EHC Mobile Apps, EHC Email Marketing and ART – short for Agent Resources and Technology – the rollout of EHC Design Studio is being carefully managed and supported.”

Ebby Halliday Companies agents are now able to easily edit text and photos in sophisticated marketing templates in a matter of minutes. They may choose from hundreds of Ebby Halliday Realtors, Dave Perry-Miller Real Estate and Williams Trew-branded templates. In addition to the ability to quickly edit and customize marketing collateral, EHC Design Studio provides agents with the ability to seamlessly import MLS property data into their designs, professionally print and distribute materials and utilize the EHC Design Studio mobile app for on-the-go design capabilities.

“To be clear, our incredible team of designers are still here to support all of our agents, but with EHC Design Studio our agents have instant access to a library of content that represents the most commonly requested items from our design team,” says Steve Smith, Vice President of Marketing for the Ebby Halliday Companies. “Our brands are a competitive advantage and with EHC Design Studio our agents stand apart from the crowd with hundreds of sophisticated template designs, including social media posts, Facebook banners, LinkedIn content, Instagram Stories, postcards, brochures, flyers, booklets, door hangers and much, much more.”

As part of the rollout of the new EHC Design Studio, Ebby Halliday Companies agents and staff are benefitting from multiple training opportunities. “I am very excited to get this extraordinary new tool into our agents’ hands,” says Mathews. “It is a fantastic addition to the toolkit that differentiates the Ebby Halliday Companies and another reason why EHC is the place to grow a residential real estate career.”

Throughout 2022, the Ebby Halliday Companies are celebrating 77 years of serving clients’ residential real estate needs. It all began in 1945, when one bold woman parlayed her wisdom, generosity, business acumen and endurance into what is today one of America’s most admired real estate services companies. The legacy of Ebby Halliday is now amplified by the company’s affiliation with HomeServices of America, a Berkshire Hathaway affiliate and the country’s No. 1 residential real estate company. To learn more, visit ebby.com.

Ebby Halliday Companies Acquire East Texas Brokerage


Residential real estate leader The Ebby Halliday Companies announced today it has acquired Homes & Properties Realty, based in the East Texas town of Jacksonville. Homes & Properties Realty serves the residential real estate needs of Jacksonville, Rusk, Bullard, Flint, Tyler and surrounding East Texas areas.

“Timing is everything, and the timing of this move meets current market needs and positions our combined companies to better serve current and future residents, as well as second-home buyers and sellers, in East Texas,” says President & CEO of the Ebby Halliday Companies Chris Kelly. “This acquisition brings together two like-minded companies with extensive residential real estate experience.”

Travis Mathews, Vice President of Operations for the Ebby Halliday Companies, adds, “Over our 77-year history, our company has been built on strategic moves and we believe the addition of the outstanding real estate professionals of Homes & Properties Realty will help ensure our leading market position for many years to come.”

Natalie Thomas, Sales Leader of Ebby’s Cedar Creek Lake office and Co-Sales Leader of the company’s Forney office, will also serve as Sales Leader of Ebby’s Jacksonville office. “We are thrilled to welcome our colleagues from Homes & Properties Realty to the Ebby Halliday Companies. Their team has a proven record of integrity, service and client satisfaction. We like and respect their approach to the business of people and are very pleased that these highly respected agents are now part of the Ebby family.”

“We are working hard to ensure clients and agents alike will enjoy a smooth transition,” says Malinda Howell, Vice President of Brokerage for the Ebby Halliday Companies. Says Brenda Stahelin, co-owner of Homes & Properties Realty, “It was important to Vickie (Lough, also co-owner) and me to find a partner that fits our company culturally and shares the same values on how to service our clients.” Adds Lough, “I truly believe that we found that partner in Ebby Halliday.”

In addition to the latest and most relevant real estate technologies, as well as an integrated mortgage, title and insurance experience, agents in Ebby’s new Jacksonville office will benefit from the firm’s longtime affiliation with Leading Real Estate Companies of the World, a global network of more than 550 premier real estate brokers, and its luxury division, Luxury Portfolio International. LeadingRE affiliates produce more annual home sales than any other real estate network. 

“We take pride in offering our clients knowledgeable sales associates who provide exceptional service. Simply put, Homes & Properties Realty agents are a perfect fit for the Ebby Halliday Companies,” concluded Thomas.

The Ebby Halliday Companies are celebrating 77 years of serving the real estate needs of its valued clients. It all began in 1945, when one bold woman parlayed her wisdom, generosity, business acumen and endurance into what is today is one of America’s most-respected residential real estate brokerages. The legacy of Ebby Halliday is now amplified by the company’s affiliation with HomeServices of America, a Berkshire Hathaway affiliate and the country’s No. 1 residential real estate company by transactions. The Ebby Halliday Companies are proud to offer the most-convenient, full-service residential real estate experience available, with its in-house brands: Prosperity Home Mortgage, Home Team Insurance, Texas Premier Title and HSTX Title. For more information about Ebby’s Jacksonville office, its sales associates and listings, visit the award-winning ebby.com.

Super Bowl LVI Watch Parties


It doesn’t matter who you’re cheering for! Whether you’re a diehard Rams or Bengals fan or just excited to watch the world’s most-anticipated sporting event, ditch the couch and head to one of these sports bars and watch parties where the game-day atmosphere will be as emotionally charged as any stadium experience.

Arlington

No Frills Grill

Each of the four locations offers sports action on 100 HD TVs and 35 satellites to ensure that you won’t miss any of the action. The dining room is family-friendly and designed with large parties in mind. Additional locations in Burleson, Fort Worth, Keller, and Mansfield. 

Texas Live! 

Texas Live! is the ultimate destination for the Big Game Bash! Get there early for all of the pregame festivities including live music by Dr. Zhivegas, crawfish boil, games, prizes, and more! 

Dallas

AT&T Discovery District

Head downtown to the AT&T Discovery District where the Big Game will be streaming on the media wall! DJ Litebrite will be spinning out of the Globe starting at 4:30 p.m. Enjoy lawn games, blanket giveaways, face painters, and more! 

Avenue Sports Grill

This Lower Greenville sports bar and restaurant has excellent food, great drinks, and a lively atmosphere for Super Bowl Sunday. Big-screen TVs line the walls to give everyone a perfect vantage point, and weather permitting, you can expect their large bay doors to be opened garage-style. 

Christie’s Sports Bar

Celebrating the Super Bowl at their brand-new Lower Greenville location, Christie’s Sports Bar is the self-proclaimed “Cheers Bar” – where everyone knows your name. Enjoy classic bar bites like loaded potato skins, chicken wings, and buckets of beer all on their incredible rooftop patio.

Happiest Hour

Happiest Hour is ready to celebrate the Big Game and is offering various ticket packages and gameday exclusives such as reserved seating or rooftop access. Reserve quickly!

Hero

Located next to the American Airlines Center in Victory Park, Hero is a modern sports bar and restaurant with a vintage flair where you can eat like an athlete and a fan alike. With more than 24,000 sq.ft. of space, six full-service bars, a 24-foot HD screen, and a private upstairs lounge, you won’t miss any of the game day action!

Jaxon Beer Garden

Serving elevated Texas and Southern dishes and offering a wide selection of regional craft beers, wine, and house cocktails, Jaxon Beer Garden is hosting a Super Bowl watch party. Festivities include a live DJ and amazing food and drink specials. 

Press Box Grill

In the middle of Dallas’ downtown scene, Press Box Grill offers “Beer. Food. Sports.” Sidle up to the bar or grab a booth at this classic sports bar and order a pint before turning your attention to one of the many TVs. You can choose from several domestic and local drafts to keep the Super Bowl Sunday party going.

The Owners Box at the Omni Dallas

The Owners Box at Omni Dallas Hotel is a sports lover’s dream with state-of-the-art features, a full-service bar and menu, and a 16-foot screen. You can also view the Big Game from every angle on multiple LCD HDTVs while enjoying patio dining and oversized seating areas. You can also reserve a spot at one of the private game-watching tables that include sound-isolating technology. 

The Rustic

Located in Uptown, The Rustic is one of Dallas’ favorite food and entertainment venues. If you’re in the mood to watch the Big Game in a backyard oasis, look no further than The Rustic, complete with numerous screens so you don’t miss a minute of play. 

Fort Worth

Buffalo Bros

With 40 flat-screen TVs, this college hangout is the place to be to watch the Big Game. It can get a bit cozy inside but an enclosed outdoor patio provides some overflow seating. Their frosty pitchers of beer are perfect for washing down the thick-crust pizza and hot wings. 

City Works

With more than 6,000 sq.ft. of space and 18 flat-screen TVs, the Shops at Clearfork restaurant and sports bar offers a more upscale option for game-day viewing. High-top and low tables, along with booth seating and a copper-clad bar accommodate groups of all sizes, and the outdoor patio has a climate-controlled cover. There’s plenty of beer on tap, as well as an extensive list of wines, cocktails, and whiskeys. 

Flips Patio Grill 

Sports fanatics flock to Flips for burgers, beer and the Big Game. Located in Fort Worth and Grapevine, Flips is family-friendly, so feel free to bring the kids, and even the dog, as the spacious outdoor patio is also pet-friendly. There are plenty of local craft beer selections on tap, but also tried-and-true domestics that everybody knows. 

Flying Saucer Draught Emporium

Located in the heart of Sundance Square, the Flying Saucer Draught Emporium has only one mission – to deliver quality hand-crafted brews to folks who appreciate great beer. On Super Bowl Sunday, patrons will enjoy $4 Texas drafts all day long, games, prizes, and the Big Game will be live on every TV. Tables will fill up quick so get there early. 

Texas Republic

There are plenty of bars to watch the game around the busy West 7th district, but only one has a 168 sq.ft. megatron LED TV. Texas Republic is a modern Texas-inspired bar with delicious over-the-top bar food. With a giant 8,300-sq-ft. main floor and a 6,000-sq.-ft. climate-controlled rooftop patio, Texas Republic is the biggest all-weather bar in West 7th. 

Frisco

City Works

Located at The Star in Frisco – the heart of the Dallas Cowboys World Headquarters campus – City Works is the ultimate sports bar and restaurant. City Works has two levels totaling 14,000+ sq.ft. of indoor and outdoor dining and drinking space. Choose from over 90 beers and 8 wines on tap, highlighting 30+ local breweries, all while watching the Big Game on 26 extra-large HDTVs with state-of-the-art audio.

Grapevine

Flips Patio Grill 

Sports fanatics flock to Flips for burgers, beer and the Big Game. Located in Fort Worth and Grapevine, Flips is family-friendly, so feel free to bring the kids, and even the dog, as the spacious outdoor patio is also pet-friendly. There are plenty of local craft beer selections on tap, but also tried-and-true domestics that everybody knows. 

Harvest Hall Third Rail

Grab your buddies and come watch the Big Game on the big screen at Third Rail!  As part of a mixed-use complex, Harvest Hall’s Third Rail is a hip and inviting venue. Frozen margaritas, beer buckets, menu specials, and prizes are available throughout the game. There is no entry fee and seating is first-come, first-serve. Get there early!

Plano

Legacy Hall

Throw on your team’s jersey, grab your friends, and head on over to the ‘burbs. Legacy Hall has over 20 different eateries and bars to choose from. Feast on 18-inch pizzas, duck fat fried chicken wings, and craft beers while catching the game on a 24-foot LED screen. MVPs can reserve a spot in the Balcony VIP Lounge and enjoy cocktail service, comfortable seating, and a great view of the big screen.