Homes Fort Worth

River Heights Home Brings The Trinity Trails To Your Front Porch

By Seth Fowler / February 5, 2019 / 0 Comments

The Trinity Trails — concrete and crushed granite paths that follow the Trinity River — are yet one more tremendous benefit to Fort Worth living. If you have ever been to Austin and seen the vibrant gatherings of walkers, joggers, or cyclists along Town Lake, you will have a glimpse of what the Trinity Trails strive […]

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Seth Fowler: 2019 Predictions For Tarrant County Real Estate

By Seth Fowler / January 15, 2019 / 0 Comments

Before we look into the crystal ball for 2019, let’s take a quick look at the Bow Tie Realtor 2018 Tarrant County Predictions. Prediction No. 1: Median Sales Price Will Rise Correct Prediction — According to The Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University, the median sales price in 2017 for Tarrant County was approximately $217,000.  […]

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Room to Roam: New Home in Bella Ranch at a Bella Price

By Seth Fowler / January 10, 2017 / 0 Comments

In the real estate business, it seems as if the seller and buyer are rarely on the same page.  When the market is strong and inventory is low (like now) the seller usually wants to command top dollar for their dwelling.  Likewise when the market is soft and there is too much inventory (2009-2012) the […]

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Antebellum Meets Cowtown in Coveted Tanglewood Neighborhood

By Seth Fowler / September 27, 2016 / 0 Comments

There’s just something about the home located at 2702 Heritage Hills Drive in Fort Worth that makes you want to start speaking with a Southern drawl. No doubt it’s the double front porch design of this beautiful Southern-influenced home that will inspire you to put on your seersucker suit, bow tie, white shoes (no socks […]

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Craftsman Home in Historic Neighborhood Promotes Front Yard Living

By Seth Fowler / September 20, 2016 / 0 Comments

You don’t even have to go inside 2508 5th Avenue to know that this home was designed to be a part of Americana. Nestled in Ryan Place, near the Fairmount National Historic District of Fort Worth, and within walking distance to Magnolia Avenue (the best area for local restaurants in the city), this 2,834-square-foot, two-story, Craftsman-inspired […]

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