Realtor.com® compiled a list of the Top 10 most-searched neighborhoods and Fort Worth Real Estate was among that list revealing an interesting mix of historic, scenic, urban and waterfront communities.
- Median household income: $52,488
- Median age: 32
- Unemployment rate: 4.8%
- Median home price: $380,000
Fort Worth is a middle-income area with a young population of well-educated folks. More than 54% of the Fort Worth residents own their home, according to realtor.com® local information.
Overlooking the Trinity River, Fort Worth is home to four universities: Texas Christian University, Texas Wesleyan University, Texas A&M University School of Law and University of North Texas Health Science Center.
The “City of Cowboys and Culture,” as it calls itself, also boasts a number of fine museums, while the Dallas-Fort Worth airport is one of the busiest in the nation.
Just how unique is Fort Worth? Though it’s the country’s 16th-largest city, it was also recently tabbed as its 9th-safest city – the perfect balance of a booming business community and safe area to raise a family.
From the downtown of the three-time All-American City to the communities in Eagle Mountain Lake, buyers looking for Fort Worth luxury real estate have a variety of options.
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