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Rental demand heats up in the DFW

Eagle Mountain Saginaw ISD Hall of Fame Inductees

Eagle Mountain Saginaw ISD Hall of Fame Inductees to be honored this Saturday, April 2nd. Check out the new inductees .http://www.emsisd.com/Page/14940

Your Fort Worth, Texas lease agreement matters!

It is important to be aware of changes to real property law and contract law. Perhaps what is more valuable is to have a lease reviewed by a lawyer who specializes in landlord/tenant law. Our management professionals always make use of a carefully worded Fort Worth, Texas lease agreement that has been reviewed by an attorney.

Merry Christmas

Merry Christmas from All County Property Management Group!

5 Reasons to Choose All County Group in Fort Worth, TX

1.100% transparency!
2.We don't receive management fees unless your resident pays Rent! Talk about Win-win Relationship!
3.Only 3 Fees (No hidden cost or start up cost!)
4.No Upcharge for using our Vendors! You can even do the Maintenance yourself if you choose.
5.Franchise 25+ years of experience !

Memorial Day

Remembering those that sacrificed for us to live in a free country.
Happy Memorial Day!

Lake Arlington Expansion Moves Forward

This week the Arlington City Council discussed what the first steps will be in re-constructing Lake Arlington Park. Central to the discussion was the outdated Event/Activity Room which currently sits on a flood plain.

Diving Into the Fort Worth Pool Closure Issue

In December 2014 the Fort Worth City Council voted to demolish 5 public pools. While many residents are disappointed with the decision, citing the pools as a safe place for their children to swim, the City feels it was the appropriate choice.

Trinity River Vision

The Trinity River Vision Authority has a newsletter available to the public at www.TrinityRiverVision.org. It is a wealth of information on the upcoming revitalization of property by downtown Fort Worth. In 2015, they will be breaking ground on Panther Island. The job and activity growth is expected to employ more than 29,600 full time workers in the future.

Ready. Set. Grow!

It probably comes as no surprise to residents of Fort Worth that it is growing. What may surprise them is the tremendous amount of growth that is expected over the next 20+ years.

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