Tarrant County Tuesday

Santa Will Have Plenty of Fireplace Choices in Tarrant County

By Seth Fowler / December 11, 2018 / 1 Comment

How does he do it? How is Santa not only able to deliver toys to all the good little girls and boys of the world, but how does he manage to get down the chimney? I have so many questions for Santa. Does he have a favorite type of fireplace?  What about a direct-vent fireplace? […]

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Horse Owner’s Dream Only Minutes From Downtown Fort Worth

By Seth Fowler / November 13, 2018 / 2 Comments

Editor’s note: this property has sold. Fourteen miles and only 20 minutes separate the always happening downtown Fort Worth with a 63-acre horse lover’s dream house. That’s right.  It will take less time to drive from Fort Worth’s Sundance Square to this 7,324-square-foot, five-bedroom, six-and-one-half bathroom, single-story property than it does to boil and egg […]

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Tarrant County Tuesday Homes Still on Market

By Seth Fowler / October 30, 2018 / 0 Comments

From time to time, a home might sit available on the market for a longer than anticipated period.  Is it the home?  Is it the price?  Is it something that has nothing to do with home or price? Maybe the right buyer hasn’t come along yet. Looking back at the homes highlighted thus far in […]

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Craftsmanship and Stewardship Keys to Hedgefield Homes

By Seth Fowler / October 9, 2018 / 0 Comments

  Stewardship – “an ethic that embodies the responsible planning and management of resources.” I bet you didn’t open today’s edition of Tarrant County Tuesday thinking you would find an article on stewardship did you? Stewardship and craftsmanship are the two core themes behind Fort Worth builder Hedgefield Homes.  Created in 2013, the independently owned […]

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Parks of Aledo: Inspired By Nature, Designed For Life

By Seth Fowler / September 4, 2018 / 0 Comments

Are you, like me, tired of hearing the same old blah-blah from builders and developers when they try to sell you on how different their new community will be? How their newest community was inspired by older neighborhoods and how it will be designed unlike any other development in the history of ever? I get […]

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Real Estate and Report Cards: How School Districts Affect Housing

By Seth Fowler / August 28, 2018 / 4 Comments

Yes “location, location, location” is still the first thing that comes out of a buyer’s mouth when asked what’s important in their next home.  The second is typically, “We want to live in a good school district!” Of course, as a licensed real estate sales professionals, we are gagged and bound by money-taking governmental bodies […]

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