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Head to Aledo to Social Distance in Style For as Long as You Need

By Seth Fowler / July 14, 2020 / 0 Comments
Social distance - Aledo Style

Social distance — I absolutely can’t wait until that is no longer a necessary phrase on a daily basis. How did six feet all of a sudden become the accepted distance between people to not spread the novel coronavirus? If we are going to have more and more months of restrictions and limitations on gatherings, […]

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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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Need an Escape? This Resort-Style Home Offers an Alternative to Travel

By Seth Fowler / June 23, 2020 / 0 Comments
Resort home in Montserrat

Did you hear that there’s a pandemic going on? I know it’s hard to believe but apparently people are wearing masks, kids are learning from their couches, and the government is giving away money, to boot! Another issue with this pandemic is that traveling around for vacations has become very problematic. Taking a vacation within […]

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With Smart Home Tech Everywhere, Clear Inspect Makes Perfect Sense

By Seth Fowler / May 26, 2020 / 0 Comments
Clear Inspect helps with inspections

In today’s world of smart home technology, we seem to be becoming dumb and dumber. Raise your hand if you have no idea how to make your TV turn on and interface with your Roku and surround sound … or getting your wireless sub-woofer working with your second TV in another room. Do you have […]

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Industrial Urban Chic Comes to Cowtown Loft Building

By Seth Fowler / May 19, 2020 / 0 Comments

Industrial urban chic — wow that sounds like a grunge band from the early 1990s if ever there was one. I’m pretty sure I had that CD. But that’s exactly how I’d describe the transformation of this Fort Worth warehouse. Manufacturing to Printing to Loft Living In 1926 the Dickson-Jenkins Manufacturing Company built a warehouse […]

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The Most Important Feature of The Home For Our New Normal

By Seth Fowler / May 12, 2020 / 0 Comments
home office has new importance

The home office has suddenly become one of the more popular features for home buyers…read all about it in Tarrant County Tuesday

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