Williams Trew Real Estate

Who Knew That Fort Worth Offered Lake-Front Property?

By Seth Fowler / December 27, 2016 / 0 Comments

Did you know that Fort Worth had high-end lake front property just 11 miles from the center of downtown Fort Worth?  Me neither.  I’ve lived in Cowtown for almost 15 years and I never knew that.  I’ve certainly driven on Highway 820 North and crossed Lake Worth, but never realized what a fabulous destination it […]

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Iconic Fort Worth Real Estate Featured by Iconic Agent in TCU Neighborhood

By Seth Fowler / December 20, 2016 / 0 Comments

According to our friends at Wikipedia, the definition of “iconic” is: “an artifact that is recognized by members of a culture or sub-culture as representing some aspect of cultural identity. Cultural icons vary widely, and may be visual, audio, an object, a person or group of people.” The home at 3861 Bellaire Circle in the […]

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A True Live, Work, Play Opportunity in Uptown Neighborhood of Fort Worth

By Seth Fowler / December 6, 2016 / 0 Comments

You always hear the phrase “live, work, and play…” but what does that really mean when it comes to residential real estate?  For many it means a place where they can walk from their home or apartment to their place of business as well as walk to shops, restaurants, bars and other forms of entertainment.  Most often […]

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A Candlelight Christmas in Ryan Place: December 3 – 4

By Seth Fowler / November 29, 2016 / 1 Comment

Every city in America has one. You know it when you see it.  Whether it’s the architecture, location, or landscape, there is always a street in the city that is simply magical.  In Fort Worth the most magical and inspiring street is Elizabeth Boulevard. The main artery of the Ryan Place neighborhood, “in 1979 Elizabeth Boulevard joined […]

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Over Renters on the Rise in Fort Worth

By Seth Fowler / November 22, 2016 / 0 Comments

There is a new buzz word in real estate: Over Renter.  This term is used to describe individuals or families that make $150,000 or more annually that choose to rent a home or apartment in lieu of purchasing a traditional home.  These high-income renters certainly can purchase a home but elect to pay top dollar […]

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Finally a Flip Done Right in Ridglea Neighborhood

By Seth Fowler / November 15, 2016 / 3 Comments

As easy as it looks on HGTV to buy-and-fix-up an older home, it’s not.  You know those shows are scripted right?  As someone who gets paid (sometimes) to look at homes on a regular basis, I have to say that the influx of “flipper and fixer” shows has not always helped the real estate market. […]

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