Berkley (Fort Worth, TX)
By Alexander Landman, Texas Real Estate Broker
(Apartments Rent Rebate Inc | Alexander Landman Realty Inc)
On the edge of Downtown Fort Worth! Luxury, Location, Quality ! Overview Maps Photos Description Neighborhood $1,407 Residential Rental Main Features 2 Bedrooms2 BathroomsInterior: 1018 sqft Location 2001 Park Hill DriveFort Worth, TX 76110USA To get updates on open home dates and other property events, please click the "Like" button below: Alexander Landman Apartments Finder Apartments Rent Rebate Inc(469) 298-9278apt@apartmentsrentrebate.com       Our recent listings Luxury Designed Living ... Minutes from all major highways ...Quiet, Serene and Tucked Away Community!Luxury Designed Living ... Minutes from all major highways ...Luxury Designed Living ... Minutes from all major highways ...Located near River Legacy Park. Subscribe to our listing feed...
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By Tessa Skeens, Staging For Realtors, Builders & Investors
(Hampton ReDesign, Home Staging and Redesign )
I was inspired by this gorgeous brick Tudor home for sale in the Berkeley Place neighborhood near downtown Fort Worth. By the time I was finished staging it I could just imagine myself moving in and living happlly ever after! I just love to see these older homes restored with new paint and updated with great kitchen appliances yet still have all of the great period touches like light sconces and hanging fixtures original to the house when it was built in 1926. Here are my before (left) and after (right) photos of this beautiful home. The home was vacant after the tenant moved out and it was completely updated for its new owner. Here is the little breakfast nook between the kitchen and dining room. The tile inset above the sink features a little 3 dimensional frog! The master bedroom is ...
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By Clarke Gillespie
(Williams Trew Real Estate Services)
I always like to have a response to the national press and their doom and gloom reporting of the national housing situation. First, I don't live nationally. I live locally. So what the national press reports is not germane to local markets. And let's face it; real estate is a local phenomenon. I live in one of the old historic areas close to downtown called Berkeley. Our market has been fairly stable to appreciating. The time it takes and the ultimate sales price realized really depends on two things in our sub-market. The first is condition and level of updating. The more updated the quicker it sells. Pretty obvious. The other issue is curb appeal. This is a fairly subjective issue but in this area Tudor's or impressive two story facades sell much faster than the few Ranch houses in th...
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