I’m More Thankful For Fort Worth Than Ever Before

More than ever before, I think, I’m thankful to be part of the Fort Worth community. While some cities around the nation are struggling with violence and are being forced to tackle important social issues from the past that were never really resolved, Fort Worth is united, flourishing and thriving – just like it usually is.

I’ve called Fort Worth home for more than four decades, and I’m thankful for the opportunity to help so many others find a place to call home in Fort Worth and the surrounding areas.

While there’s still a housing shortage in Fort Worth, there are positive signs everywhere. Several new destination developments – including Waterside and Clearfork – are open with great apartments that can serve as temporary housing for those looking for a home of their own in Fort Worth. And Walsh Ranch – the massive new development in far west Fort Worth – is up and running, with some homes already occupied and thousands more on the way.

Fort Worth has always benefited from strong leadership, excellent infrastructure and great people – and that remains the case. Visible progress is being made on the Trinity River Vision project to expand downtown by rerouting the Trinity River. Tarrant County College is providing educational opportunities to more people in more places around the region than ever before. The three world-class museums in the Cultural District – plus the Sid Richardson downtown – continue to draw visitors into our areas too.

Now, Dickies Arena is taking shape at the Will Rogers Memorial Center, adding the potential for attracting events to Fort Worth that have never been here before. And the accompanying reconstruction of Montgomery Street is taking shape too.

From downtown’s Sundance Square Plaza to the new Seaquest Interactive Aquarium at Ridgmar Mall in West Fort Worth and the positive signs of reconstruction and redevelopment near Texas Wesleyan University to the east, things in Fort Worth are going really well.

If you’re looking for a home of your own in Fort Worth, and I can help. This city welcomed me and has been my home for years, and it’s sure to welcome you too. That’s the Fort Worth way.

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Marion Zygadlo is broker/owner of Buyer's Choice Realtors, an exclusive buyer’s agency. For over 22 years, Marion has specialized in representing ONLY homebuyers and protecting your best interests. There is no additional charge for his services since he receives his fee from the listing agent. If you want an agent on your side who also has architectural and construction experience, choose Buyer's Choice Realtors. Call (817) 817-735-4848 or email marion@homeofyourown.com.
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