Williams Trew Real Estate

Clients and Agents Alike Benefit From Strong Culture of Support

By Shelby Skrhak / December 14, 2019 / 0 Comments

Real estate used to be a profession that some people just kind of fell into. Maybe a nice career in law provided a natural segue to something relevant but less stressful and time-consuming. Or maybe the kids were grown and flown and mom and/or dad needed something to keep themselves busy. Or, of course, there‚Äôs […]

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Moderne Condos Progressing in Fort Worth’s Linwood Neighborhood

By Seth Fowler / December 3, 2019 / 0 Comments

In January we featured an upcoming condominium project in the revitalized Linwood neighborhood called, The Moderne at Linwood. After sloughing through the permit and the waiting game that so many new construction projects have to deal with, The Moderne is under construction and blowing-and-going.

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Turkey Day Kitchen for Tarrant County Tuesday

By Seth Fowler / November 26, 2019 / 0 Comments

Kitchens.  We’ve discussed this previously but just in case you’ve forgotten, after location, the top three things buyers look for and sellers should focus on when dealing with homes are: Kitchens Floors Master Suite (bed, bath, closet) If a home gets a “thumbs-up” on those three factors then 99.99 percent of the time buyers are […]

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Near Southside May Be Hip, But Magnolia Green is Happening

By Seth Fowler / November 19, 2019 / 0 Comments

There was a time, probably 12 to 15 years ago, when no one would walk down Magnolia Ave. after dark.  Many wouldn’t even walk down Magnolia Ave. during the day. There was no point. There were a few restaurants and shops to visit, but those establishments mainly catered to the breakfast and lunch crowds and […]

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Fairmount Craftsman Shows Historic Neighborhoods and Newer Homes Can Coexist

By Seth Fowler / November 12, 2019 / 0 Comments

If you’ve ever had to deal with a designated historic neighborhood, you’ll know that they can be a very tricky situation. In my past life of working for new home builders, I’ve gone round and round with historic neighborhoods, and we just agree to disagree.  Crack houses and tinderboxes have very little historic value.  However, […]

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Masterful Midcentury Modern on Hazelwood Drive Has Aged Gracefully

By Eric Prokesh / November 8, 2019 / 2 Comments
Hazelwood Drive

Time has been kind to this home. Built in 1960, the bold design of the 4,600-square-foot house still thrills with an intensity that hasn’t abated after nearly 60 years. In fact, time has allowed Japanese maple trees to mature and completely realize the original vision. The classic, modern Rivercrest residence blurs the boundaries of interior […]

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