Alexander Chandler Realty and Lisa Purselley present the home at 2201 Primrose Ave. This home is located in the Historic Oakhurst Addition off of I-35 and Yucca near downtown Fort Worth. This charming 1938 home offers 2,439 square feet with a flexible floor plan that could be a 2 or 3 bedroom home, depending on your needs.
Gourmet kitchen with granite countertops, large eat-in island with granite, stainless-steel appliances, custom texture and paint are a few of the improvements that modernize this home but yet you still has the feel of its era. Beautiful hardwood floors flow through the downstairs rooms of this home with original glass doorknobs.
Oakhurst was awarded 1st Place for National Neighborhoods USA in 2007. Located by major highways
Whether you’re buying or selling, it’s important to choose representation that meets your needs in the transaction.
1. Buyer’s agency
When you’re buying a home, you can hire an agent who represents only you, called an exclusive buyer’s representative or agent. A buyer's agent works in your best interest and owes you a fiduciary duty. You can pay your buyer’s agent yourself, or ask the seller, or the seller’s agent, to pay your agent a share of their sales commission.
If you’re selling your home and hiring an agent to list it exclusively, you’ve hired a selling representative--an agent who owes fiduciary duties to you. Typically, you pay a selling agent a
Brian DePrang, Professional Inspector #5640 and owner of Square Foot Inspections in Fort Worth, TX offers the following information and checklist to make your home a safer environment. His contact number is 817-703-8400.
Each year, according to estimates by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), nearly one million people are treated in hospital emergency rooms for injuries associated with the products they live with and use everyday.
CPSC recommends the use of grab-bars and non-slip mats in the bathtub, handrails on both sides of the stairs, and slip-resistant carpets and rugs. Burns occur from hot tap water and from open flame. CPSC recommends that consumers turn down the temperature of their water heater to 120