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Tarrant County is an urban county located in the north central part of Texas.

Palo Pinto County

Palo Pinto County is a county located in the U.S. state of Texas. As of the 2010 census, its population was 28,111.

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Dec 07
Livestock management 101: Animals and their specific

Good livestock management is one of the most important aspects of a successful ranch operation. Livestock such as cattle, sheep, horses, goats, and pigs have different needs in terms of shelter, food, water, and exercise. You, as a ranch owner, should know how each animal should be managed to keep them healthy and productive all

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Nov 27
Smart gardening: Effective money-saving tips

Starting a fruit and vegetable garden comes with many benefits. It is already a given that fruits and vegetables contain higher nutrients that are great for the human body. Having a garden of these wonderful produce will also minimize your overall household expenses. That’s because you no longer need to buy these from the grocery.

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Nov 17
Dividing Real Estate Properties During Divorce

Divorce is never easy, and dividing marital properties between the spouses can make it even more difficult. In Weatherford and the rest of Texas, the courts encourage couples to come to an agreement on a fair division of their property. If the spouses can’t agree, the District Court will decide for them based on what

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Nov 07
What to Consider in Establishing Right of Way Agreements

Before buying a ranch or farm in Weatherford, TX or nearby areas, one of the things you should look into is access to the property. If it is landlocked, that is, surrounded by private land on all sides, you may need to legally obtain permission to cross another property to get

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Oct 27
Know Your Property’s Value for Proper Tax Accounting

When you buy real property in Texas, one of the perks you get is that there is no state property tax. However, you do need to pay property taxes to your local government. Properties in Weatherford, TX, for example, are subject to Parker County tax regulations. Property tax rates may vary from one locality to

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Oct 17
Starting a Cattle Ranch: What You Need to Know

Many people look for acreage for sale in Weatherford, TX and other areas rich in agricultural land to start their own ranch. However, their purpose for owning a ranch is varied. Some simply want a ranch for their personal enjoyment, while others are looking into making a profit out of growing crops and raising cattle.

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Oct 07
Why Dallas-Fort Worth Real Estate Is Selling Rapidly

In 2017, the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area was named one of the fastest-selling real estate markets in the US. With an average Days on Market of only 39 days, the area had one of the shortest selling times in the US. By the end of the year, inventory in the MSA was equivalent to 1.9

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Sep 27
When is the Best Time to Sell a Home in Texas?

In selling your home, timing is important to boost your chances of getting a good profit. But how do you know when it’s a good time to sell your home? There are many factors to consider, and one of these is the month or season. Spring, particularly the first two weeks

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Sep 12
The Perks of Oil Abundance in Texas

A fracking drill rig on the prairie In November 2018, the US hit a major milestone that put the global oil industry's spotlight squarely on it. Historically, America has been a heavy importer of crude oil because of a ban on crude exports that has lasted for 40 years. In 2015, however, this stricture was

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Sep 02
11 Facts about the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo

If you’re looking at homes for sale in Tarrant County, you’ve no doubt heard about the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo. This major event is to ranchers and cowboys what the Super Bowl is to football fanatics. In the course of 23 days between January and February, over one million people and 24,000 livestock

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About HBS Real Estate

HBS Real Estate provides a full spectrum of real estate professional services and can help a single client achieve several goals. We have a combination of two separate divisions: brokerage and appraisal and consultative services. Brokerage services include acquisition and disposition guidance and contractual services on all major property types including: residential, farm and ranch, and commercial. Brokerage services include: market analysis, property presentation ideas, high tech digital age marketing, loan product research, rental relationship analysis, investment feasibility analysis, and landlord and tenant representation.

Appraisal services include valuations and consultative services on all major property types including: residential, farm and ranch, and commercial. Property valuations are offered for a variety of different needs, including: market valuations, gift and estate tax appraisals, right-of-way and eminent domain appraisals, value diminution cases, litigation support, title disputes, partial interest appraisals, marriage dissolution, portfolio valuation, and market and feasibility studies.

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