Stunning design, smart style, quality construction and desirable neighborhoods—Sunday, Oct. 2, is your chance to experience more than 220 beautiful homes throughout the Metroplex. Nearly 50 percent of all buyers use open houses as a source in their home search process, according to the 2015 Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers released by the National Association of REALTORS®.
Make the most of your home shopping strategy! From classic cool contemporaries in school-centered communities to clean lined high-rises with spectacular downtown views, homes in every neighborhood, style and price point are opening their doors across Tarrant County.
Doors will open across North Texas this Sunday, making it easy to see outstanding homes for every phase of life. Thinking of moving to a great school district? Considering downsizing now that the kids have left the nest? Looking for a smart investment in a growing neighborhood? Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty agents will be on-hand at open houses to discuss the best options and opportunities across D-FW.
Last year, some homes had as many as 50 prospective buyers stop by during the Fall Open House Tour – and many made offers. Don’t miss your chance to find the perfect place to call home.
An uncluttered space makes for an uncluttered mind.
The impact of one’s environment on the mind and emotional wellbeing is often underestimated, especially at home. With clean lines, open spaces and minimal detailing, contemporary-style homes can offer a lifestyle of calm and composure – surrounded by beautiful design.
With a volunteer force of more than 5,000, Meals on Wheels of Tarrant County serves nearly 4,600 people throughout the county. Not only do residents in need receive meals, but volunteers also deliver items like pet food, fans, blankets, medical equipment, and supplemental groceries.
Buyers looking for close-in convenience selected homes in established communities such as Rivercrest and Westover Hills, while several chose to buy or build in newer neighborhoods like Montserrat and La Cantera.