Burt Ladner Real Estate

Best of The Westside: A Near Perfectly Placed In-Town Palazzo

By Eric Prokesh / July 17, 2020 / 1 Comment
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A perfectly placed palazzo would be on Lago di Como. I confess to obsessing about Italy a lot these days. It’s only natural with the world on lockdown and another long, hot Texas summer before us, that the mind wanders even if we cannot. Tell me I can’t do something-like travel, and the prohibition becomes […]

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Fabulous Fort Worth Mansion Where Security and Privacy Reign

By Karen Eubank / July 4, 2020 / 0 Comments

If you are looking for a Fort Worth mansion to lease, today is your lucky day. This beauty, in the Montserrat gated community, has it all. And I do mean all. What are the things buyers hold dear today, when we know luxury is a given? Safety and privacy. You couldn’t get any better security […]

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Wine, Real Estate, And Coronavirus Is The Trifecta of The Times

By Seth Fowler / June 30, 2020 / 0 Comments

Wine, real estate, and the coronavirus — which doesn’t belong? I would imagine you would take the wine and real estate and leave the virus alone. But what if you didn’t have a choice? Such is the predicament of the real estate power couple Sam and Jennifer Demel of Burt Ladner Real Estate in Fort […]

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What Makes a Timeless Neighborhood? See Trinity Heights For an Example

By Seth Fowler / May 21, 2019 / 0 Comments

Why is it so hard to create the next great neighborhood?  We hear about it all the time from builders and developers of what great lengths to which they have gone in order to re-create timeless neighborhoods from the 1920s and 1930s. And yet, they all seem to fall flat. Trinity Heights — A Truly […]

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As Summer Heats Up, Relax and Refresh on the Links in Aledo

By Seth Fowler / June 12, 2018 / 0 Comments

There is nothing relaxing or refreshing about playing outdoor sports this time of year.  Just walking from building to vehicle I would imagine most of us lose a few pounds.  Hitting the links (that’s hipster lingo for “golf”) in summer months can be quite brutal. However, there is one place where the links can be […]

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Ryan Place Pioneer on Elizabeth Boulevard Retains Historic Charm

By Eric Prokesh / May 18, 2018 / 0 Comments

Before I am accused of being lazy, allow me to note that when the first house in the first planned development in Fort Worth — Ryan Place — comes on the market, I can’t not write about it even if it is just down the street from me, on Elizabeth Blvd. When 1112 Elizabeth Blvd. […]

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