Candace Carew

Agent

Welcome to The Verge Realty!

Where it really is all about you. Sound too good to be true? Give us a shot and let us blow your mind with our quick communication, fierce negotiation and our MAD LISTENING SKILLS. We know this decision isn't made lightly, we take pride in our ability to meet your realty needs. We look forward to helping you sell, buy or invest.

Our site is easy to use & updates directly from MLS every 15 minutes (Psst! you won't get this from Zillow, Trulia, etc). You can search everything from condos to foreclosures, be sure and register so you can save you searches and much more! Happy hunting!

About Candace Carew

Born in Florida, but I got to Texas as fast as I could! I’ve spent almost my entire life in the Dallas area and I’ve seen it change, grow and flourish. Whether you’re relocating, wanting to buy a vacation home or just wanting someone to help you through the intricacies of buying your first home- I’m your gal.

I have a unique background: built my family home with my bare hands, graduated UNT with a degree in Sociology, I was a teacher for a hot minute and I even managed an ice cream store.... to name a few.

I could write a novel about my life, but what it boils down to... it’s really all about YOU.

What do you want? When? How?

I’m here to answer questions, to guide you and certainly never to pressure you. I’m not a salesperson, I’m a matchmaker.

Latest Blog Posts

Controlled Demolition

This art deco building in Downtown Dallas is slated for a controlled demolition on Saturday 29, 2019 @ 7:30am. First Baptist Dallas owns this mid-rise and has decided to turn the property into a

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How Do Interest Rates Affect My Mortgage Payment?

Ok, let's break it down. Your mortgage payment is typically allocated like this:Principal [the price you agree to pay for the real estate you're purchasing]Interest [the percentage

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Property Taxes: Top 5 Exemptions That Can Save You $$$

>>> Be sure and apply for your property tax exemptions as soon as you can (the first January at your new residence). There isn't a limit on exemptions, so if you qualify for all of them,

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