Inventory Is Low. The Time Is Now!


There’s no shortage of homes to buy – just sellers to sell.

It’s not a big secret in a market like ours. It has been and will continue to be a challenge heading into Spring.

Mortgage rates are largely forecast to continue to rise over the coming months and serious house hunters are paying close attention. After all, every rate increase could have an impact on affordability, and over time, that will put the brakes on buyer demand. But in the short term, projected rate increases may motivate home buyers and make for an extremely competitive Spring market.

So if you’re thinking of listing your home, don’t wait too long. As others prepare to list and inventory begins to increase, the intense multiple offers will start to ease and home prices will continue to rise – but at a slower pace.

The bottom line: the sooner you list, the less competition you will have.

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

Inventory Breakdown by County

All Counties: -22.2%

Bosque County: -6.6%

Collin County: -34%

Cooke County: -18.7%

Dallas County: -41.1%

Delta County: -4.3%

Denton County: -36.1%

Ellis County: +13.9%

Erath County: -4.6%

Fannin County: +25.4%

Grayson County: -22.3%

Henderson County: 0%

Hill County: +1.3%

Hood County: -13.2%

Hopkins County: -11.3%

Hunt County: +10%

Johnson County: -14.6%

Kaufman County: -7.9%

Lamar County: +4.1%

Montague County: +27.3%

Navarro County: -9.7%

Palo Pinto County: -16.5%

Parker County: -9.2%

Rains County: +56.7%

Rockwall County: -19.4%

Smith County: -25.8%

Somervell County: +16.9%

Tarrant County: -23.2%

Van Zandt County: -10.8%

Wise County: -40%

Source: NTREIS MLS, January 12, 2022 vs. January 12, 2021.

Attention Texas Homeowners: New Homestead Exemption Law Now In Effect


 

One of the easiest ways homeowners can lower their property tax bill is to file a homestead exemption. Homestead exemptions reduce the appraised value of your home and, as a result, lower your property taxes.

If you purchased a home in 2021, it’s now time to file your homestead exemption – more details below.

Plan to purchase in the future? Thanks to a new law that took effect January 1, 2022, Texas homeowners may now file for a homestead exemption in the same year they purchase their primary residence, instead of the following year – as was the case in the past.

To apply for a homestead exemption, contact your county appraisal district.

The Application for Residential Homestead Exemption is available here.

A list of county appraisal district addresses and phone numbers is available here.

If you have any questions regarding residential real estate, Williams Trew is ready to serve you. To learn more, visit WilliamsTrew.com and connect with one of our experienced agents today!

This information is brought to you by Texas Premier Title, a member of the Ebby Halliday Companies. In addition to three legacy brokerage brands, the Ebby Halliday Companies includes mortgage, title and insurance services. Simply put, we offer one “door” to everything you need to buy a home in Texas and Oklahoma. This complete offering ensures our clients the easiest and most secure real estate experience possible. 

Home Maintenance Guide & Calendar


American Home Shield is here to help you protect your budget, which starts with protecting your home. Their comprehensive Home Maintenance Guide and Calendar allow you to keep track of service dates and details, and stay on top of seasonal maintenance tips and tasks.

Download your free Home Maintenance Guide and Calendar by clicking the images below to help improve the condition and longevity of the systems and appliances in your home. The Home Maintenance Guide also offers quick fixes for common systems and appliance issues so you can decide if it’s a DIY project or time to call a qualified repair professional.

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If there’s one thing homeowners know to expect, it’s the unexpected. American Home Shield helps protect your budget against covered household breakdowns, including components of your air conditioner, heating unit, electrical and plumbing systems, as well as appliances like your oven, refrigerator, and washing machine. You know — the things you count on every single day.

They offer three plans to choose from so you can select the best one for your budget and household, and for more home maintenance and DIY tips, visit their YouTube channel.

8 Tips for Outdoor Holiday Decorating


You don’t want to be the only house on the block that doesn’t look great this holiday season. Use these 8 tips to help you with your outdoor holiday decorating.

The holiday season is upon us and the weather is getting colder. Lawn and garden tools have given way to Christmas ornaments, gift wrap and artificial evergreens in most department stores. It’s time to decorate your home for the holidays, indoors and out – and if you’re the kind of person who loves getting in the holiday spirit, why wait? Use these eight tips to show off your festive spirit.

1. CHOOSE A FOCAL POINT

Decorating your home’s exterior, yard, flowerbeds and other outdoor space around a central focal point can help you tie everything together and build a theme for your holiday décor. Many homeowners choose their front porch or even their front door as a focal point, drawing attention to it with a nice wreath, some lights strung around the railing and perhaps an artificial outdoor tree or two.

However, that’s not your only choice. Your focal point could be a large evergreen tree in your front yard, a large statue of Santa in his sled or a nativity scene. Think about choosing a theme for your holiday decorations so everything flows together and you don’t end up buying more decorations than you need.

2. KEEP IT SIMPLE

You don’t want to go all Clark Griswold with your Christmas lights. Start small, especially if you’ve never decorated the exterior of a home for the holidays before. Spend some time browsing the web for Christmas decorating ideas, and start with a manageable display. For example, just string some lights around the porch instead of lighting up the whole house. You can add to your display later or expand it next year.

3. BUY THE RIGHT LIGHTS FOR YOUR NEEDS

If you’ve never purchased Christmas lights for your home before, or if it’s been a while, you may be surprised at the options available to you. There are net lights for bushes, rope lights for illuminating windows, blinking lights, multicolored lights, icicle lights and various kinds of LED lights. Figure out what kind of lights are best for the display you have in mind, as well as which lights will be the cheapest to run.

4. SHOP SECONDHAND

Looking to decorate for less this Christmas season? Who can blame you – Christmas is already expensive enough, and surely there’s a more environmentally sustainable way to get in the holiday spirit. Fortunately, you can score piles of gently used, secondhand Christmas decorations at most thrift stores. Buy used and vintage wreaths, statues, nativity scenes and other items of holiday décor for a fraction of the retail price.

5. PLAY IT SAFE

When it comes to outdoor holiday decorating, safety is paramount. Use lights labeled with the UL (Underwriters Laboratories) seal of approval and make sure they’re rated for outdoor use. Not sure about getting up on the ladder to string lights along the gutters and around windows? Hire someone to do it, or skip it altogether.

6. DITCH THE STAPLE GUN

When it’s time to hang Christmas lights, leave the staple gun in your toolbox – that’s how your grandpa hung his lights. Electrical tape is a safe, quick and easy alternative that won’t damage your siding, shingles or fingers. It’s also great for protecting electrical connections from the elements. Use Christmas light clips to safely and easily attach lights to shingles and gutters.

7. START AT THE BOTTOM

When decorating something tall for Christmas, such as a large tree, start at the bottom and work your way up. Use a dowel rod staked into the soil to hold an extension cord for powering your lights, and work with the lights illuminated so you can get a better sense of how the finished product will look. Get help stringing the lights around the trunk of a deciduous tree, or zigzagging them through the branches of an evergreen, adding new strings as needed.

8. DECORATE SMART

Save yourself some effort and expense and only decorate parts of the yard that people will see. Have a big tree that passersby will only see one side of? Just decorate that side of the tree. You may want to skip decorating parts of the yard that aren’t visible to the public; however, if you have a back patio or deck that you plan to use throughout the Christmas season, feel free to decorate it with weather-resistant garlands, artificial trees, wreaths, lights or table arrangements.

Decorating for the holidays doesn’t have to be a chore. With a little creativity and these helpful tips, you’ll soon have an outdoor display that will inspire neighborhood passersby to stop and admire your work.

Lights, Sights & Holiday Nights!


We’re making a list and checking it twice, these holiday lights are sure to be nice!

Fort Worth

Gift of Lights – Texas Motor Speedway

3545 Lone Star Circle, Fort Worth

November 25, 2021 – January 02, 2022

Texas Wild! Wonderland – Fort Worth Zoo

1989 Colonial Parkway, Fort Worth

November 27, 2021 – December 19, 2021

Addison

Vitruvian Lights: Holiday Lights Spectacular

3875 Ponte Avenue, Addison

November 26, 2021 – January 02, 2022

Arlington

Holiday in the Park – Six Flags Over Texas

2201 E. Road to Six Flags Street, Arlington

November 19, 2021 – January 02, 2022

Lake Interlochen Christmas Lights

2001 Westwood Drive, Arlington

December 01, 2021  – December 31, 2021

Cleburne

Whistle Stop Christmas

1010 Hillsboro Street, Cleburne

November 22, 2021 – December 31, 2021

Dallas

Dallas Zoo Lights

650 South RL Thornton Freeway, Dallas

November 19, 2021 – January 02, 2022

Enchant Christmas at Fair Park

1300 Robert B. Cullum Blvd., Dallas

November 26, 2021 – January 02, 2021

Holiday at the Arboretum

8525 Garland Road, Dallas

November 10, 2021 – December 31, 2021

Decatur

Radiance! A Holiday Light Spectacular

2901 Farm Road 51, Decatur

November 18, 2021 – December 26, 2021

Denison

Grayson County Annual Holiday Lights Show

111 RC Vaughan Drive, Denison

November 26, 2021 – December 31, 2021

Ennis/Waxahachie

Radiance! At The Races – Texas Motorplex

7500 US-287, Ennis

November 18, 2021 – January 01, 2022

Frisco

Radiance! Frozen in Frisco

7300 Roughriders Trail, Frisco

November 18, 2021 – January 01, 2022

Christmas in the Square

8843 Coleman Blvd., Frisco

November 19, 2021 – January 03, 2022

Grand Prairie

Prairie Lights

5610 Lake Ridge Parkway, Grand Prairie

November 25, 2021 – December 31, 2021

Grapevine

Christmas on Main Street & City Hall Light Show Spectacular

200 South Main Street, Grapevine

November 22, 2021 – January 09, 2022

Little Elm

Magic of Lights

600 Main Street, Little Elm

November 20, 2021 – January 02, 2022

McKinney

Home for the Holidays

111 N. Tennessee Street, McKinney

November 26, 2021 – December 31, 2021

Plano

Deerfield Holiday Lights 

4549 Old Pond Drive, Plano

November 27, 2021 – December 31, 2021

The Colony

The Colony Christmas Spectacular

4900 Blair Oaks Drive, The Colony

December 04, 2021 – January 02, 2022

Tyler

SantaLand

11455 I-20 West Tyler, Tyler

November 13, 2021 – January 04, 2022

Weatherford

Radiance! At The Ranch

2251 Mineral Wells Hwy., Weatherford

November 18, 2021 – December 31, 2021

25-Year Anniversaries Not Such a Rarity at Williams Trew and the Ebby Halliday Companies


In an age when many professionals change jobs often and easily, staying in one place for 25 years is definitely not something you see often.

Yet an incredible 43 people at the Ebby Halliday Companies recently achieved that very milestone. Those 43 – independent contractor agents and office staff from the Williams Trew,  Ebby Halliday Realtors and Dave Perry-Miller Real Estate brands – were celebrated Wednesday with a special luncheon at Sixty Vines in Uptown Dallas. Because of a COVID delay, some had already progressed from 25 to 26 and 27 years.

CEO Chris Kelly, who addressed the honorees and presented each with a diamond pin, said this about the afternoon.

“It was my absolute pleasure to celebrate these team members who have been part of the Ebby Halliday Companies for 25 years or more. We fully appreciate that this kind of loyalty is not the norm in the real estate industry – especially in today’s climate of plentiful options. We think that makes a loud statement about the culture Ebby built here and that we’ve been working hard to maintain.”

EHC is big on acknowledging such milestones – internally and externally – along with those around production, personal bests, landmark closings, incentive contests and more. It’s not uncommon to get a video email from Kelly himself, congratulating an agent for a key sale or overcoming a challenge. Vice Presidents Carolyn Rosson and Malinda Howell as well as the company’s 28 Sales Leaders also champion their people any chance they get. The brand is known for being as supportive and encouraging as Ebby Halliday herself was.

Could that be the key to why so many stick around? Here’s what some of those celebrating that day said.

Carolyn McCann | Williams Trew | Office Administrator

“I began my career with Ebby Halliday and have greatly enjoyed working for a company that was ‘out in front’ on extending opportunities to women. They also make it a priority to provide agents and employees with many incredible mentors and role models to guide us. There is a feeling of belonging to a family when you work here, and I am still so very proud to call this place home after all these years.”

Janice Berg | Ebby Halliday Realtors | Sales Associate

“I had been living in Frisco since 1977 and had the opportunity to go to the groundbreaking for the Ebby office there 25 years ago. I had my license with another company at the time. I was standing behind Miss Ebby herself and I told her I would love to talk to her about becoming an Ebby agent because I had heard so many good things about the company. She yelled out to the future manager and said, ‘Here’s our first Ebby Frisco agent. Let’s all go to lunch tomorrow!’ And the rest is history. I did become the first agent. And I can’t thank this company enough for what it’s done for me and my family.”

Brian Smith | Dave Perry-Miller Real Estate | Sales Associate

“Prior to 1984, I had been buying and selling my own real estate. I grew up in Dallas and heard the Ebby name and knew all about the Little White House. I decided to go with them. In fact, during my training is where I met my wife Leslie Rouda Smith (current NAR President). It’s been a really good experience for our family (daughter Kristin and son Austin are also with DPMRE). The reasons I chose them? The excellence, the reputation, the professionalism and the name. The training classes and the continuing education – you just can’t beat them. They keep us very well informed and up on any changes in real estate matters. It’s been a very good career.”

Congratulations to all and thank you for your extraordinary commitment to service!

To view the 25-Year Anniversary celebration video, click here.

For more photos from the 25-Year Anniversary celebration, click here.

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

 

12 Tips to Get Your Home Ready for Thanksgiving


For many households, Thanksgiving is one of the biggest holidays of the year, both in terms of the number of guests and the amount of prep work needed. Getting your home ready to host Thanksgiving dinner requires more than tidying up, dusting, vacuuming and cleaning the bathrooms.

You’ll need to consider what Thanksgiving recipes you need to prepare, make time to shop for ingredients, plan ahead to thaw and roast your turkey and coordinate who’s bringing what side dishes and fixings. You’ll probably have far more dinner guests than you would for your average dinner party, so you’ll need to plan space for everyone to eat. And, if friends or family members are coming in from out of town, you may need to get the spare bedroom and other areas ready for overnight guests.

Use these 12 tips to make your Thanksgiving holiday a success.

1. PLAN YOUR MENU

Sure, you’ll most likely be serving many of the same holiday staples that everyone enjoys on Thanksgiving – turkey, cranberry sauce, mashed potatoes, stuffing and green bean casserole. But many families like to mix things up with dishes from their specific cultural backgrounds, vegetarian dishes, dishes for family members with allergies and food sensitivities, trendy dishes and so forth. Plan your Thanksgiving dinner menu several weeks in advance so you have an idea of what you’ll be preparing well before the holiday arrives.

2. WRITE YOUR GUEST LIST

You may be hosting the usual suspects, just like every year, or you may even decide to extend an invitation to friends, neighbors or others who don’t have anywhere to go for the holiday. Knowing in advance who will be present can help you plan the menu and seating arrangements.

3. CLEAN OUT YOUR FREEZER

You may need some extra freezer space for dishes that can be made ahead of time and frozen for the big day. Go ahead and toss out that old tub of gravy from last year – you’ll soon have a new one to replace it with.

4. SHOP AHEAD

Assuming you’ve planned your menu well in advance, you can save money on the holiday meal by watching for sales on non-perishable ingredients in the weeks before Thanksgiving. You’ll also be able to stock up on specialty ingredients before they run out.

5. PREPARE MAKE-AHEAD DISHES THAT CAN BE FROZEN FOR THE BIG DAY

Shopping ahead and cleaning out your freezer can help take some of the stress out of Thanksgiving Day by giving you the chance to make some of the dishes in advance. Prepared dishes can be popped into your newly cleaned freezer for as long as two months, ready to be pulled out and cooked on Thanksgiving Day.

6. CREATE A COOKING SCHEDULE

One of the most difficult aspects of cooking any meal is getting everything on the table at the same time. Review your Thanksgiving recipes and create a cooking schedule that breaks down the meal’s culinary challenges day by day and hour by hour. Some dishes, like pies, cakes, and sauces, can be cooked a day or two before Thanksgiving. You’ll need to start prepping other dishes, like the turkey, several days in advance; a large bird needs to be thawed in the refrigerator for about 24 hours per four to five pounds of meat.

7. FIGURE OUT WHO’S BRINGING WHAT

Delegating some of the cooking to your guests can make hosting Thanksgiving more manageable. Get together with guests to decide who’s bringing what side dishes, desserts and fixings so you can cross those off your list.

8. TASTE-TEST NEW DISHES

Are you trying something new this year? Better take the recipe on a test drive before Thanksgiving. Trying out the recipe will let you know whether it’s really any good and will give you valuable insight into how difficult and time-consuming it is to make. You may decide to strike it from the menu after making it once.

9. PLAN THE SEATING ARRANGEMENT

If you’re having a fair number of guests this Thanksgiving, seating everyone can be a challenge. Tackle the seating arrangement sooner, rather than later, so everyone has a place to sit.

10. DEEP CLEAN YOUR HOME

It’s a good idea to deep clean your whole home a couple of weeks before Thanksgiving, so you can stick to a quick once-over the day before the holiday. If you don’t have time to deep clean your entire house, you should at least deep clean your bathrooms and kitchen.

11. PREPARE FOR OVERNIGHT GUESTS

Are family members or friends coming in from out of town? You’ll need to get guest bedrooms dusted and cleaned up, with fresh bedding on the beds and fresh towels in the bathrooms. Depending on how many guests are staying over, you may need to plan to put some people on couches or air mattresses.

12. GIVE YOUR HOME A LAST ONCE-OVER

The day before Thanksgiving, take the time to give your home a last cleaning before everyone gets there. Dust, sweep or vacuum common areas, tidy up, prepare your kitchen and clean the bathrooms.

Getting your home ready for Thanksgiving is no small chore. But if you follow this step-by-step list, you’ll host a Thanksgiving to remember.

8 Reasons to List During the Holidays


‘Tis the Season to Sell Your Home! Contrary to popular belief, the holiday season – especially this holiday season – may actually be an ideal time to offer your North Texas home for sale! Here’s why…
  1. Average home sales price in North Texas is up over 20 percent over this time last year.
  2. Interest rates are at historic lows, which means buyers have more buying power than ever before.
  3. Inventory of homes for sale remain at low levels while buyer demand is strong.
  4. Many people are still working from home, which means they may want more space, home offices, or a change of scenery. With more flexible work schedules and less travel during the holidays, many prospective buyers may use the extra time to search for a new home.
  5. Consumers who shop for a home during the holidays are serious, motivated buyers.
  6. Typically there are even fewer homes on the market during the holiday season. Translation: less competition for you!
  7. Homes “show” better when decorated for the holidays.
  8. Many transferees are not able to wait until the spring market to buy. They are here now and need a home now.

Williams Trew, A Division of Ebby Halliday Companies, is the leading real estate company in North Texas. If you would like to buy or sell in this market, you will need a full-time, experienced agent by your side. Visit williamstrew.com and connect with one of our experienced agents today!

These Ebby Halliday Companies Veeps Are Helping Keep a Legacy Alive


Carolyn Rosson (left) and Malinda Brownlee Howell at the Ebby Halliday Companies Home Office Training Center in Plano

The great thing about being a 76-year old company is the automatic credibility and respect amassed each passing year. Like people, companies don’t last that long unless they’re taking care of themselves and living ‘in the now’ with valuable purpose.

The Ebby Halliday Companies are doing both of those things – with the help of two women in leadership who wholeheartedly believe in where the company came from and where it’s going.

Carolyn Rosson and Malinda Brownlee Howell each serve as Vice President, Brokerage, over the three EHC brands: Williams Trew, Ebby Halliday Realtors, and Dave Perry-Miller Real Estate. Both were in the field for many years, and served as Sales Leaders, too. They complement each other with their unique giftings and have a strong partnership.

“We are in these roles to advocate for agents,” says Howell. “By working closely with the Sales Leaders and offices, we hope to ultimately help create the most efficient real estate transactions possible. They know they can reach out to us at any time as mentors, coaches, and cheerleaders. We are accessible and we listen. We also stay on top of what’s happening in the market and industry so we can share these changes with everyone. Carolyn and I have been very active on a local, state, and national level with various associations, and the connections we’ve made throughout the years are available for anyone to tap into.”

Howell and Rosson in North Carolina this September staying strong in their Ninja Selling skills.

Both Howell and Rosson knew Ebby Halliday Acers personally and have made it their professional mission to “bridge the gap” for the new generation of agents who never had the chance to work with her or learn from her.

“Even though the company has a new face,” says Rosson, “it still very much has the same heart. And while we’re moving in a new direction in some respects, we want to ensure we don’t stray from those foundational tenets that were part of who Ebby was, and then became part of who we are. The ethics, integrity, and focus on community are part of our training and culture, and I think they are key differentiators when choosing a brokerage as either a client or an agent.”

Ebby’s renown as a trailblazer comes up frequently in conversation around the home office as leadership talks strategy and innovation.

“She set us up so well for the future just by being fearless,” says Howell. “Ebby was passionate about advancing women in the workplace before it was even cool to do so. She gave widows and young professionals opportunities they would never have received elsewhere, including Mary Frances Burleson, who went from administrative assistant to CEO. It’s one reason we have so many capable women in leadership roles here.”

Howell and Rosson addressing agents during a pre-pandemic Honor Roll luncheon.

Rosson continues, “And racial equity was always on her radar, simply because it was the right thing to do. She would be so proud of our accomplishments there, led by our Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Council, like community lending programs, translation services, LGBTQ support, and more.”

As Rosson and Howell contemplate the growth the brokerage has seen in recent years – expanding to Cedar Creek and Richland Chambers lakes, north into Oklahoma, and west into Parker County – they are heartened by what they feel is the spirit of Ebby living on in the brands and look forward to keeping it alive through their respective roles. Learn more about the Ebby Halliday Companies, including career opportunities, at williamstrew.com.

Pumpkin Patch Round-Up


From pumpkin spice to pumpkin pie, you definitely need a little pumpkin in your life. Whether cooking up some fall favorites or getting your porch ready for the season, visit these fun, local spots to find your perfect pumpkin.

ALVARADO 

Sunset Hill Tree Farm Pumpkin Patch

3400 County Road 206, Alvarado

October 2 – October 31

ARLINGTON

St. John the Apostle Pumpkin Patch

5450 Mansfield Road, Arlington

September 27 – October 31

AUBREY

Team Family Farms Pumpkin Patch

1042 W. Sherman Drive, Aubrey

September 25 – November 7

BEDFORD

Bedford Public Library Pumpkin Patch

2424 Forest Ridge Drive, Bedford

October 14 – October 31

CANTON

Yesterland Farm Pumpkin Patch

15410 Interstate 20, Canton

September 18 – November 7

CLEBURNE

Mainstay Farm Park Pumpkin Days

1004 W. Bethesda Road, Cleburne

September 24 – October 31

CORSICANA 

Main Street Pumpkin Patch at The Square Root

222 N Main St., Corsicana

October 1 – October 31

DALLAS 

Autumn at the Arboretum

8525 Garland Road, Dallas

September 18 – October 31

Dallas Farmers Market Pumpkin Patch

1010 S. Pearl Expressway, Dallas

September 18 – October 31

St. James Episcopal Church Pumpkin Patch

9845 McCree Road, Dallas

October 2 – October 31

DENISON

Elves Farm Pumpkin Patch

601 Harvey Lane, Denison

October 2 – October 31

GUNTER

The Big Orange Pumpkin Farm

15102 TX-289, Gunter

September 18 – November 24

FAIRVIEW

Creekwood Pumpkin Patch

261 Country Club Road, Fairview

October 2 – October 31

FLOWER MOUND

Flower Mound Pumpkin Patch

5100 Cross Timbers Road, Flower Mound

October 1 – October 31

FORNEY

The Gentle Zoo Pumpkin Patch

12600 FM 2932, Forney

October 1 – November 1

FORT WORTH

Arlington Heights UMC Pumpkin Patch

4200 Camp Bowie Blvd., Fort Worth

October 16 – October 31

FRISCO

Pumpkins on the Prairie

3521 Main St., Frisco

October 8 – October 31

GRAPEVINE

Hall’s Pumpkin Farm and Corn Maze

3420 Hall Johnson Road, Grapevine

October 1 – October 31

MANSFIELD

St. John Youth Pumpkin Patch

1218 E. Debbie Lane, Mansfield

September 19 – October 31

MCKINNEY

5G Farm

6601 County Road 166, McKinney

September 17- October 31

MIDLOTHIAN

Shadow Creek Pumpkin Farm

1530 Indian Creek Drive, Midlothian

October 2 – October 31

PLANO

Pumpkin Patch on the Corner

3101 Coit Road, Plano

September 26 – October 31

RICHARDSON

Arapaho UMC Pumpkin Patch

1400 W. Arapaho Road, Richardson

October 1 – October 17

ROCKWALL

Blase Family Farm Pumpkin Patch

1232 E. Fork Road, Rockwall

September 25 – October 31

SOUTHLAKE

The Patch at Southlake

101 E. Highland St., Southlake

October 1 – October 31

STEPHENVILLE

Lone Star Family Farm Pumpkin Patch

4199 Highway 67, Stephenville

September 25 – November 6