Instructor Dave Brown (left) works with fellow resident Carol Richter during the Draw 4 Joy class at Highland Springs.

When Carol Richter moved to Highland Springs ten years ago, the aspiring artist found herself in a small but companionable group of residents with a similar interest.

Alanna Sarabia (left) cohost of WFAA’s Good Morning Texas, interviews Christina Christie, sales director at Highland Springs, during a live segment about living longer.

Christina Christie, sales director at Highland Springs, recently made her live television debut during a “Living Longer” segment on WFAA’s Good Morning Texas.

Julia Bogden is one of four student employees in dining services at Highland Springs to receive a four-year scholarship for higher education.

School is back in session, and thanks to the generosity of Highland Springs community members, four students are getting a hand with the costs of higher education.

Sold sign in front of suburban home

Real estate in North Texas is booming.

Area house sales are up more than 8% from a year ago, according to a recent report from CoreLogic.

Home values are rising rapidly too. 

Standard & Poor’s/Case-Shiller’s home price index puts Dallas prices at an all-time high, almost 40% ahead of where they were a decade ago.

antique silver pocket watch

Do you have jewelry that’s been in your family for years? How about a coin collection or a lamp that your grandmother swore was Tiffany? If you have family heirlooms or other unique items that might be of value, you may want to consider meeting with a collectibles consultant. 

When to meet with a collectibles assets buyer, broker, and consultant 

Jill Studley, M.D., joined the medical center at Highland Springs as a full-time physician in March 2017.

Highland Springs is growing, and so is the North Dallas, Tex., community’s medical center.

Several Highland Springs residents moved from Robson Ranch, a 55-plus active adult community near Denton, Texas.

Robson Ranch, the gated 55-plus community just outside of Denton, Tex., is rich with amenities and social opportunities. Residents live in single-family homes with 18 holes of fairways winding between them.

“We moved to Robson to be closer to our grandchildren and to enjoy the activities and amenities,” says John Wolfe, who lived at the community for 15 years with his wife Noreen.

Photo of Barbara Clary, who sold her home of 56 years and moved to Highland Springs using resources recommended through Erickson Realty and Moving Services.

When it came time to choose a retirement community, Highland Springs was at the top of Barbara Clary’s list.

“I had friends who already lived at Highland Springs, and they all liked it and recommended it,” says Barbara. 

Howdy Highland Springs volunteers celebrate the program’s 200th episode.

The chance to look back over your work and celebrate a job well done doesn’t come along every day.

So when the resident volunteers who run Highland Springs’ in-house television program Howdy Highland Springs filmed their 200th episode, they paused for a moment to acknowledge the achievement with cake and champagne.