Fort Worth, TX Homes For Sale & Real Estate

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$58,500
  • 6bd
  • 4ba
  • 3,150 sqft

2109 Dillard St

Stop 6/Poly Oversight Assn, Fort Worth, TX
$239,800
  • 5bd
  • 3ba
  • 3,153 sqft

3401 Dalhart Dr

Eagle Ranch, Fort Worth, TX
$99,000
  • 2bd
  • 1ba
  • 1,060 sqft

2748 Marigold Ave

Sylvan Heights West, Fort Worth, TX
$345,000
  • 4bd
  • 4ba
  • 3,888 sqft

6724 Branch Creek Dr

Hulen Bend Estates, Fort Worth, TX
$29,900
  • 3bd
  • 1ba
  • 1,208 sqft

1224 E Tucker St

Historic Southside, Fort Worth, TX
$50,000
  • 3bd
  • 1ba
  • 1,316 sqft

900 E Ripy St

Brentmoor, Fort Worth, TX
$165,000
  • 4bd
  • 2ba
  • 1,809 sqft

2309 Whitney Ct

Hollow Hills, Fort Worth, TX
$89,900
  • 2bd
  • 1ba
  • 998 sqft

3600 Ashland Ave

Alamo Heights, Fort Worth, TX
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Fort Worth, TX Real Estate Insights

As a sister city in North Central Texas, Fort Worth is commonly associated with Dallas, but it's an urban center all on it's own. Many locals love its small town feel, even with 727,400 registered residents. The median age in Fort Worth is 33, and the median income is $46,094 per year, which is fairly close to the national average of $50,549. Fort Worth, Texas is regarded as highly distinctive due to its diverse origins. Fort Worth began as a military post in 1849, and then changed into a cattle-ranching center, which helped give it the nickname Cowtown. Today, the city nods to it's roots with the Fort Worth Stockyards National Historic District, which was the last stopover on the Chisholm Trail. As one of Fort Worth's biggest tourist attractions, the area offers rodeos, live shows, western-theme shopping and cowboy re-enactments for both residents and visitors.
List prices in Fort Worth are on the rise, with 12.42 year-over-year growth. The average list price in 2014 was $221,337, and last year the average grew to $248,820 - an indication of a healthy market for both new buyers, investors and sellers. The median age of Fort Worth homeowners is 46, which is just one year older than the average U.S. homeowner.