Fort Worth Texas

Real Estate Agent with Alexander Chandler Realty


    It is another glorious day in Fort Worth, a day full of hope and opportunity. It is a little on the cool side and snowing lightly. We have had record breaking snow fall here this year and it has been beautiful. As I was admiring Mother Nature's beauty last week it dawned on me that the snow was an analogy for the Real Estate Market. It reminded me of the Bette Midler song "The Rose". In the last stanza she sings: "Just remember in the winter, far beneath the bitter snows, lies the seed that with the sun's love, in the spring becomes the rose." In my opinion that speaks for our housing market here in Fort Worth Texas. There is no doubt that we have experienced an upheaval (bitter snows) but low interest rates and the home buyers tax credit (the sun's love) have begun to bring the market back in balance and in the spring it will again be a rose.


    If you have been hesitant to purchase a home because you feared losing value, well Buckaroo, that is no longer an issue. Your fear now should be missing an opportunity to catch the crest of the wave that is escalating home value. You need to take advantage of all the programs available. Your concern now should be finding the right home at the right price right now. Call me and I will make sure you do.

    Fort Worth and the surrounding communities have plenty of top of the market properties in every price strata. Also, there is an abundance of motivated sellers out there. When I was a child my daddy always said to "strike while the iron is hot."  It took some maturing on my part before I was fully able to grasp exactly what he meant. Let me save you that trouble, it means to take advantage of opportunities when they arise. Friends and neighbors, the iron is hot in Fort Worth Texas and the time to strike is now.

    Call me now. Operators are standing by. That may be hyperbole because it is only me answering the phone but when you call I will answer.

Thought for the day;

A stumble may prevent a fall----English Proverb



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