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Fort Worth Real Estate Overview
The Fort Worth real estate market is diverse, with options ranging from urban condos to charming suburban homes. Before diving into your home search, it's important to familiarize yourself with the various neighborhoods and their unique characteristics. From the cultural hub of the Near Southside to the family-friendly suburbs of Tanglewood and Ridglea Hills, Fort Worth has something for everyone.
Navigating the Home Buying Process
When buying a home in Fort Worth, it's crucial to understand the local market trends, property values, and financing options. Working with a reputable real estate agent who is familiar with the area can provide invaluable guidance throughout your home search. Additionally,...

More Chisholm Trail Progress as we explore Oakmont

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It has been a while since I posted. My apologies! I have been busy serving my clients. I have missed posting! I hope not to go so long without posting any more.

Last time we explored Cityview, next stop on the Chisholm Trail


Progress continues on the Chisholm Trail Parkway Toll Road

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Last week I covered the area surrounding where the Trail begins, at the University Drive and Montgomery Street entrances to the Parkway.
This week we will continue to explore along the Trail together, but first I wanted to update you on the construction progress. The Parkway’s northbound entrance ramp from Edwards...

Neighborhood Spotlight: Ridglea Hills

6800 Fortune Road, Fort WorthThe Ridglea Hills is the place to raise your family and enjoy classic Fort Worth living, while surrounded by peaceful nature in a secluded neighborhood. Located between Southwest Boulevard, Vickery Boulevard and Camp Bowie, this tree-lined neighborhood is the perfect place to settle and live.

The Lakes

The area is home to two lakes. Luther Lake the larger of the two has many homes backing on to its luscious banks. The second lake, Bal Lake, is surrounded by scenic homes and a favorite amongst residents.  Both lakes provides plenty of beauty and plenty of things to do for all ages.

Large Lots Found Throughout

The neighborhood is known for its large lots with plenty of front and back lawn to watch your kids play and entertain guests. A nice option for homeowners, in the area, is the choice on the type of lot...

Where will The Chisholm Trail Parkway take you?

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Where to access Chisholm Trail Parkway

CTP offers motorists multiple access points to major roads along the corridor through Tarrant and Johnson counties. Here is a list of entrances and exits that are open to traffic:

University Drive.
Montgomery Street.
Edwards Ranch Road.
Arborlawn Drive.
Overton Ridge Boulevard.
Oakmont Boulevard.
Altamesa Boulevard.
Sycamore School Road.
McPherson Boulevard.
FM 1187.
CR 920.
FM 1902/FM 915 intersection.
CR 913.
FM 917.
CR 904 .
FM 1125.
Sparks Road .
CR 1125.
U.S. 67.

From Fort Worth to Cleburne, you will find the Chisholm Trail Parkway a convenient route to navigate the region.  But when does it make sense to...

Is the new Chisholm Trail Parkway a help or a hassle?

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Sheree Dutton, Realtor, on the Chisholm Trail Parkway  

Have you updated your GPS lately?  I know I have not.  I have had to figure out how to navigate the CTP Tollway by exploration. Even if you have, it might not show the new Chisholm Trail Parkway.   But I have also found some online...

Where Should You Live in Fort Worth?

Fort Worth Sundance Square

Moving to Fort Worth may be the right decision for you, but which part of the city should you choose? There are plenty of neighborhoods and they all provide a unique place to live. Here are a few of the areas of Fort Worth to choose from for your new home.

Berkeley, Park Hill and Mistletoe Heights Area

If you're looking for a well-established area, these three neighborhoods are a good choice. They provide a location close to downtown and TCU. All three feature mainly single-family homes, with just a few apartment buildings found throughout.

Museum District

The Museum District is found near the west side of town and provides an interesting area to live. It's close to many of the top museums and considered one of the up-and-coming neighborhoods of Fort Worth. This neighborhood is walkable...

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