North Richland Hills Is The Third Largest City In Tarrant County – And Could Be Your Home

If you’ve looked in Fort Worth and Arlington and haven’t found a place to call home, maybe you need to expand your search to include some of the suburbs. North Richland Hills claimed a population of more 63,000 people at the 2010 census, making the place the third largest city in Tarrant County. Have you considered making it your home? Chosen as one of the top 100 places to live in America by Money magazine in 2006, the city has only improved since then. Plus, it’s served by the respected Birdv … [Read more...]

Ridglea Hills Is Far From Ordinary And Shares Its History With Much Of West Fort Worth

The Ridglea Hills neighborhood in Fort Worth has come a long way since it was a cow pasture. Today, it's an eclectic and underappreciated part of town that offers easy access to everything in West Fort Worth. It's just one of many well-established neighborhoods that give Fort Worth its charming feel. Whether you can find a home of your own there or not, getting to know Ridglea Hills helps you get to know Fort Worth a little better. More About Ridglea Hills You'll find the Ridglea Hills … [Read more...]

Springtown, Texas Retains Its Small-Town Feel And Is Close To Fort Worth

Like many of the rural towns around Fort Worth, Springtown is as much about what happens around it as what happens in it. Many people who call Springtown home actually live on small developments or on ranch land outside the city. Some commute daily to Fort Worth. Others make Parker County their base of operations and spend most of their time in the county. If you think Springtown – located about 20 miles northwest of Fort Worth – is too far to commute, it may be time to reconsider. A couple de … [Read more...]

Fort Worth Home Buyers, Why Not Look Toward Parker County?

It's harder to find great homes in Fort Worth than ever before, and many of my clients are instead choosing suburban homes or places to live in the rural areas in Tarrant County and beyond. If you're looking for a home in Fort Worth and can't find a home size, property size or location that makes sense for you, why not consider Parker County? It's the next county to the west, and there's a lot happening just a little way away. As you drive westward on I-30, you'll notice the new Walsh Ranch … [Read more...]

Convenience And Beauty Make Waxahachie, Texas A Great Place To Call Home

With so many Metroplex cities unable to accommodate very many new residents at the moment because there are so few homes on the market, potential homeowners who are planning to move to North Texas are being forced to look a bit farther out than they might like. But looking to Waxahachie rewards you with exceptional beauty and greater convenience than you might imagine. Plus, this small town has a lot of things going for it that might not immediately come to mind. Could Waxahachie be a great … [Read more...]