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Fort Worth is the 16 largest city in the state of Texas and is the county seat of Tarrant County.

Residents refer to the city by several nicknames including Cowtown, Panther City, Funkytown, Metairie of Texas, and the Queen City of the Prairie. Best known for its rich culture, exciting entertainment districts, and business opportunities, it is no wonder Fort Worth is considered one of the best places to live in Texas.

No matter what your needs or wants, our real estate agents can help you find your dream home in some of the best neighborhoods in Fort Worth.

Brief History

Fort Worth is the cradle of the “cowboy” a symbolic American western culture that goes back more than two centuries ago. Established as an army outpost in 1849, Fort

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Southlake is a beautiful suburb located along Highway 114 west of Dallas in Tarrant County.  

According to recent US Census data, the population of Southlake is more than 30,000 people. Over the years, Southlake has acquired its distinctive character despite its location in the DFW area.  

Basing their findings on the average median income, Southlake was even rated as one of the most prestigious suburbs in the country.  

With an average list price of over $1 million, Southlake has earned the tag as one of the most affluent ZIP codes in the country. 

Southlake is also widely popular for: 

  • Southlake Town Square

  • Exemplary public schools 

  • The eight-time state champion Caroll High

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Pecan Square is a newly introduced suburban neighborhood in Northlake, Texas. Just by the fact that the community settles in Northlake, you already have the advantage of great proximity. Northlake is ideally located between Fort Worth and Denton and it only takes around 25 minutes to reach Dallas Fort Worth International Airport. The town is situated on the northwest corner of Denton County near Interstate 35W and State Highway 114.

If you are curious about how Pecan Square got its name, well it is because of the large pecan trees that are naturally growing in the area. The preservation of these trees has given Pecan Square a unique character and furthermore influenced the design of the community.

Furthermore, Pecan Square is a unique

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