Relocating to Fort Worth – neighborhoods to cons …

Relocating to Fort Worth – neighborhoods to cons …

If you are considering making Fort Worth your new home, you might be wondering which neighborhoods to put on your wish list. With so many to choose from, it can be difficult to narrow it down; therefore, here are a few neighborhoods to consider for your Fort Worth relocation.

The Downtown district is one for those who want to get right into the heart of the city. Here you will find a thriving nightlife and plenty of apartment buildings converted from historic buildings. You will be very close to some of the city’s best-known attractions, such as Sundance Square, but you will find that the cost of property here is slightly higher than in some other neighborhoods.

Moving to Fort Worth also means that you can consider the Near Southside neighborhood. This is one that is considered to be truly up-and-coming and it is filled with some great period homes. You might hear it referred to as Magnolia and this is a great part of the city for those who like to spend time on their bikes.

Next up is Arlington Heights – a very popular neighborhood. It is just ten minutes from the Downtown district and there are several smaller neighborhoods contained within it. No matter what your price range, you should be able to find something that suits you. Apartments here are few ‒ most of the properties are houses and most are for sale rather than rent, which is perfect if you want a family home.

– Lance Grooms