Home builders increasing the size of single-family homes to meet market demand

| |Sunday, Jun. 01, 2014

Architectural billings showing a slowing in construction activity nationwide, but cement firms don’t.

New subdivision featuring two-acre lots planned for Aledo

| |Sunday, May. 25, 2014

Sanctuary Oaks will be built on a 120-acre tract on Highway 5 across from the Moncrief Quarter Horse Ranch.

Rangers owners buy more land near ballpark from Tom Hicks

| |Sunday, May. 18, 2014

The 17.6-acre site of the Stonegate Pines mobile home park is south of Globe Life Park.

Furniture store chain buys former Macy’s space at Six Flags Mall

| |Sunday, May. 11, 2014

The owner of Canales Furniture purchased the former department store site from Fort Worth real estate investor G.L. “Buck” Harris, who is planning a Hispanic-themed shopping center called Plaza Central.

Residential building contracts declined in March in North Texas

| |Sunday, May. 04, 2014

For the first three months of 2014, residential contracts in the 12-county region are still up 2 percent while commercial contracts are down 20 percent.

McAlister’s Deli signs lease for north Fort Worth location

| |Sunday, Apr. 27, 2014

Also, a Granbury-based recycling company is moving to larger facility in the Great Southwest Industrial District.

Athlos Academy plans charter school in far north Fort Worth

| |Sunday, Apr. 13, 2014

Also, Fort Worth real estate investment group buys five industrial buildings in Dallas.

Arlington retail building and Grapevine office building sell

| |Sunday, Apr. 06, 2014

North Richland Hills Baptist Church bought land in north Fort Worth for a satellite campus to be called Cross Church

Developer buying up property in Fort Worth’s Six Points Urban Village

| |Sunday, Mar. 23, 2014

Dallas-based Criterion Development Partners, which builds high-end apartment complexes, has purchased several properties along Race Street, Sylvania Avenue and Belknap Street northeast of downtown Fort Worth.

New president named to head DFW Coldwell Banker Residential offices

Sunday, Mar. 16, 2014

The number of Fort Worth-Arlington mortgage holders upside down on their loans rose slightly in the fourth quarter