Camp Bowie District Fort Worth
Multiple offer situations continue to be the norm, as an unusual and highly competitive real estate market persisted into the spring. Homebuyers are struggling to find suitable options with only 0.9 months of inventory in Fort Worth and active listings down 55 percent from March 2020. The increased demand means that home prices keep rising:…Read More
Inventory dropped to less than one month in Fort Worth during February 2021, as demand for houses continued to drive up prices in an unprecedented seller’s market in the DFW area. Fort Worth median home prices are now up to $270,000, a 14.9 percent increase from February 2020. Meanwhile, active listings are down 57.1 percent…Read More
Botanical Gardens Fort Worth
It’s Springtime in Fort Worth, Texas, which means we’re pulling out our shorts and sandals and heading outdoors to enjoy the sunny skies and perfect temperatures! If you’re looking for some things to do with your family and friends this season, here are a few of our favorite spring events.  Beauty & Nature (the Naturalist)…Read More
Sara Drehobl

PSA! Friends, you may be aware of the low housing inventory situation here in Fort Worth. Our dedicated LEAGUE agents are feverishly looking for homes for their many buyer clients. We’re committed to matching them up with the right home, and in an effort to do so we’ve made a list of some of our…

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Fort Worth Weather
Warming Stations in Fort Worth The Fort Worth Convention Center, 1201 Houston St., has opened as an overnight shelter for residents through 12 pm Thursday. Cots and restrooms are provided, but people must bring their own blankets, and showers are not available. Food is not provided. Visitors must find their own transportation there. Pets are allowed…Read More
Pent-up demand among homebuyers continued to increase in the new year, as housing inventory in Fort Worth held steady at historically low levels with just one month of the available inventory in January 2021.   This is 1.1 months less than one year ago when 2020 started out with already low numbers. The Real Estate…Read More
Moving to Texas
When one thinks of California, we imagine beautiful beaches, sunshine and surfing, gorgeous Redwood trees, mountains, and perfect temperatures. Or if you’ve been listening to the news lately, your thoughts may go to the political or economic climate on the west coast. Whatever comes to mind, it’s true that California is a beautiful, beloved state.…Read More
Real Estate Agents
When listing your home, the options seem endless and can be overwhelming! Aside from the many various real estate brokerages, there are discount brokers and iBuyers, as well as the option to list the home yourself. We all love the idea of saving money, but in many cases the seller’s greatest expense may be the…Read More
Fort Worth Real Estate
A new house was on the Christmas wish list for a lot of families, as the December Housing Report showed continued increased closed sales through the end of 2020. Pent-up demand led to a 23.4 percent increase year-over-year in Fort Worth home purchases, even as housing prices continued to rise. The median price for Fort…Read More
How to file Homestead Exemption Texas
What is a homestead tax exemption? A homestead exemption helps you save on taxes on your home. Every property owner, or married couple, can designate their primary residence as their “Homestead.” This designation lowers the taxable value of your property for certain taxing entities thus lowering the total amount of tax you owe. Filing your…Read More
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Christmas looks different for everyone this year, but that doesn’t mean we can’t find ways to spread Christmas cheer! Here are a few festive yet Covid-friendly ways to lift your spirits this holiday season around DFW! Explore the arts. Fort Worth’s own Texas Ballet Theater is bringing a favorite holiday tradition, The Nutcracker, to your…Read More