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Parker County

Parker County is a county located in the U.S. state of Texas. As of the 2010 census, its population was 116,927.

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Tarrant County

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

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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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Hood County

Hood County is a county located on the Edwards Plateau in the U.S. state of Texas.

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Jul 22
Out of Dallas’s shadow: Fort Worth is coming into its own

For decades, Fort Worth has languished in neighboring Dallas’s shadow, reluctantly taking on the tag as Big D’s little brother. But all this could change in the near future. Working collectively, the city government and the Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce are taking bold steps to finally bring their beloved city up to par with

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Jul 11
Living in Tarrant County, Texas

Explore the diversity of homes in Tarrant County. This 6-bedroom stunner in Fort Worth has 2 covered outdoor entertaining areas overlooking the pool and spa. Moredetails here. If you and your family are looking for a beautiful area in which to settle down, you can’t go wrong with Tarrant County, TX.

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Jul 01
Living in Hood County, Texas

Invest in this historic luxury boutique hotel located in Granbury, Hood County, Texas.More details here. Hood County, Texas forms part of the Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington statistical area. It’s family-friendly, offers plenty of jobs and recreational activities, and is imbued with a strong sense of community. Just 41 miles southwest of Fort Worth,

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Jun 21
Living in Parker County, Texas

This gorgeous 2-acre property in Weatherford, TX, exemplifies the best of Parker Countyliving. More details here. Parker County, Texas shows all the beauty of the north central part of the state – a hilly expanse occupying 576,000 acres rippled through by 17 tributaries of the Brazos and Trinity Rivers, lakes, and

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May 28
5 Updates that will Quickly Boost the Value of Your Home

Whether or not you plan on selling your home, it pays to give it upgrades. Here are 5 upgrades that immediately boost the value of your home: Front yard makeover It pays to improve your curb appeal. Quick changes like repainting your front door, regularly mowing your lawn, and even simply adding a new doormat

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May 18
Buyer’s Guide to the Right Commercial Property

If you’re thinking of investing in commercial property, here are a few things to keep in mind. Think of how the property fits into your long-term goals Investing in commercial real estate is a huge step. Take some time to reflect on your current situation and what you want to achieve. Ask yourself: How does

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May 08
5 Must-Visit Museums in Texas

The Bullock State History Museum provides a glimpse Texas’s 4,000-year-old history. The state of Texas is home to than 350 museums, each one specializing in art, nature, cultural history, and more. Here are 5 you must visit: Bullock Texas State History Museum 1800 Congress Avenue, Austin, TX Learn about the story

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Apr 28
Why vacant land makes for a great real estate investment

It’s hard to go wrong when you put your money into vacant land. If you’re thinking about investing in Texas real estate, consider the expanses of land for sale in Parker County. Here are six reasons why vacant land is a more viable investment instrument than most developed properties: Land is

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Apr 18
Watch out for these red flags when you buy your first home

Consider too many “For Sale” signs a warning against moving into that neighborhood. It’s natural to be giddy during your firsts – even when it comes to buying your first home. When you get caught up in the excitement, you tend to gloss over details that could cause problems later on.

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Apr 08
8 Historic Towns to Visit in the Lone Star State

The state’s long and storied history makes small Texas towns like Terlingua feel larger than life. Everything is bigger in the Lone Star State – even its small towns., These 8 destinations are brimming with character and stories from a long and eventful history. They also offer excellent snapshots of the

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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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