Real Estate

Posted By Anonymous on 2018 May 4 - 2:09pm

What do all these words describe? Most of us would agree they describe some part of Fort Worth – and we love to debate, discuss and dialogue on them. What do we want to be known for, and how do we want to attract people to Fort Worth? We are, after all, two-thirds of DFW. And we love that...

Posted By Scott Nishimura1 on 2018 Mar 20 - 12:11pm

Will Northern has explored just about every nook in real estate, moving from rehabbing historic property in the Texas Hill Country with his father, to being a landman in college, doing assemblages for an oil and gas company, rehabbing houses, and building an agency doing residential and commercial...

Posted By Samantha Calimbahin on 2017 Jan 31 - 12:47pm

Being a restaurateur takes more than just culinary expertise. It takes some business knowledge, too, and Blue Plate Network wants to help.

Behind every good restaurant is a great real estate deal. Carter Wilson knows all about that. He founded commercial real estate firm Blue Plate Network to not just help restaurateurs secure prime locations for their eateries, but also assist in making the business decisions that take place...

Posted By Anonymous on 2016 Sep 21 - 11:01am

Community well-being initiative designed to lower healthcare costs, improve productivity in Fort Worth.

By Laura McWhorter Vice President Texas Health Resources Foundation Healthy cities make for engaged, vibrant communities that attract businesses and families. That’s what Blue Zones Project -- a community-led well-being improvement initiative designed to make healthy choices easier by...

Posted By Anonymous on 2016 May 17 - 4:59pm

by Jason Forrest When his mentor asked Harold Muckleroy what he knew about real estate and construction, Harold said, “I really don’t know hardly anything, but I’m fixin’ to learn it.” This may not seem like the best way to start a business, but sometimes the best...

Posted By Anonymous on 2016 May 17 - 4:41pm

Cost segregation continues to provide cash flow for real estate.

By David DeGrand Cost segregation studies are an established tax strategy available to owners of commercial and residential real estate. Yet, cost segregation remains one of the more underutilized tax strategies available. With the increase in new building construction, properties exchanging hands...

Posted By Anonymous on 2016 Feb 18 - 1:10pm

By: Real Estate Council of Greater Fort Worth Another 100,000 square feet of downtown office space expected to hit market from oil and gas impact. The Real Estate Council of Greater Fort Worth recently hosted the 27th Annual Tarrant County Commercial Real Estate Forecast, where eight industry...

Posted By Anonymous on 2015 Nov 10 - 4:02pm

Fast-growing Fort Worth sees rapid rise in grocery, restaurant, and other retail development.

By Stephen Coslik, The Woodmont Company With Fort Worth poised as one of the fastest growing cities in the nation, the area is seeing rapid growth in retail. Fort Worth citizens love to eat, which is why the grocery store market has been hot these past 18 months. While HEB is yet to pull the...