Downtown Fort Worth Real Estate
Inside one of the fastest growing real estate markets in the nation, Fort Worth land is booming.
Fort Worth’s population—according to the 2010 census—rose 38.6% since 2000; swelling to over 741 thousand people. Fort Worth’s exponential growth might not stop there, as it is predicted that the population could grow to over one million by 2030.
The robust population estimates for “Cowtown” aren’t that surprising when you understand the myriad of entertainment, education and employment options the city provides.
For fans of NASCAR, there is the Texas Motor Speedway. Golf aficionados have the prestigious Crowne Plaza Invitational at the Colonial Country Club. The Fort Worth Cats provide a professional baseball experience for fans of all ages.
Texas Christian University, Texas Wesleyan, as well as Tarrant County College south, all offer excellent academics for those seeking post-secondary education. Plus, the TCU Horned Frogs football program is one of the nation’s finest.
Downtown Fort Worth, and its beautifully designed “Sundance Square” provide multiple answers to the question: “so what should we do tonight?”
The world famous Bass Performance Hall is nestled in the heart of the Sundance Square and features the finest in musical entertainment year round. Fort Worth boasts some of the nation’s finest museums as well. The Kimball Art Museum was once described by former Pulitzer Prize winner Robert Campbell as “the greatest American building of the second half of the 20th century.”
The Radio Shack Corporation, Lockheed Martin, Fort Worth Independent School District, and the Oil and Gas Industry fuel Fort Worth’s local economy. Fort Worth’s 2011 unemployment rate is well under the national average, according to the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics, and projects to improve over the next several years.
Fort Worth cost of living is 10% lower than the national average, and 3.7% lower than its largest neighbor, Dallas.
For 2012 and beyond, Fort Worth real estate provides an excellent opportunity to purchase land—at a price that won’t break the bank—in one of the nation’s fastest growing sectors.