Dallas Fort Worth real estate news, local home price trends, statistics, and profitable insights written by Chandler Crouch Realtors.

April 14, 2017

How to Protest Your Property Tax Value in Tarrant County and WIN!

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April 7, 2017

Chandler Crouch Named Top 3 Realtor in Fort Worth

I was completely shocked and honored to see this.

This company does a 50 point inspection reviewing customer reviews, history, complaints, ratings, satisfaction, trust, and cost to find the best practitioners in an industry.  They selected US!!! Chandler Crouch Reatlors is in the TOP 3 Realtors in Fort Worth! I just have to say thank you to the best clients on earth and thank you to the best team on earth!!! I feel humbled and honored.

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Posted in CCR in the News
April 4, 2017

The Truth About the Keller Tennis Court Bubble Dome Proposal

There is quite a controversy surrounding a proposed 27 acre, 35 court private Birth Tennis Club at Rocky Top Ranch built by Taylor Dent will include two large bubble domes to provide a weather proof tennis facility for its members.

The proposed development will be located in Keller near Johnson and Keller Smithfield Road.

Opposition was so strong that the Keller City Council is now required to have a super majority (6 out of 7 votes) to approve the project. 

The entire opposition of the Keller Bubble seems to be about property values. Will this create enough of an eye sore to detour people from buying houses in the area?

In real estate the way we value residential property is through a “sales comparison approach.” We look at previous sales of properties that compare ("comps") with the subject property. That's all you have to do in this situation.

Only 2 large bubble-like structures come to mind.

Comparable Example 1:
Valley Ranch Dallas Cowboys inflatable structure built 2003 (same one that collapsed in 2009):
Median Sales price in 2003: $190k
Median Sales price today: $415k

218% increase

Comparable Example 2:
The dome in Argyle TX for Cross Timbers Church built approx 2003
Median Sales price in 2003: : $255k
Median Sales price today: $452k
177% increase

Compare that with the entire Dallas Fort Worth metroplex:
2003: $130k
Today: $234k
180% increase

A couple things to note:
It’s impossible to isolate the 1 variable of installing an inflatable dome. Many other factors affect market value. I just think if you compare enough of these markets, you’ll be able to know whether or not installing an inflatable structure correlates with reduced increase in property values. Causation is different than correlation, but its the best we’ve got.

Every inflatable structure is different. Valley Ranch was significantly more attractive than Cross Timbers. Distance and proximity of residential housing to the inflatable structure may also matter.

Another thing, you just aren’t going to find a private tennis club in a low-class area. There is a status appeal to living near something like this. My hypothesis is that putting the inflatable structures closer to the interior of their 26 acre lot would be sufficient to mitigate any negative effect on property values. 
There are also many different types of inflatable structure products. Requiring a more attractive version may be in both parties best interest. 

I'm not for or against the project. I'm 100% for the community. I just think if both sides work together, the community will benefit greatly. There's bound to be a middle ground in the situation.

If you’re interested in learning more about the real estate market, check out this market analysis I recently did for North Fort Worth area


If you have questions about the Dome or its effect on local property values, please feel free to contact me.

Chandler Crouch, Broker / Owner

Author of Proven Strategies to Sell Your House for Top Dollar

817-484-5300
chandler@chandlercrouch.com

March 31, 2017

Dave Ramsey Real Estate ELP and Advice

Dave Ramsey Real Estate ELP and Advice | Fort Worth Texas

If you're thinking about buying or selling a home, it would be smart to do your homework and make the best decision you can for your finances.

Any real estate transaction you have is going to be among the largest financial transactions of your entire life. The funny thing is, some people actually put more time into thining about what they're going to have for dinner than they do about planning to enter the real estate transaction with a smart financial plan. 

There are plenty of financial advisors that will give you advice on how to buy a house. From Suze Orman, Clark Howard, David Bach, Robert Kiyosake, to Dave Ramsey. Everybody has an opinion.

I've studied them all. These people are full of wisdom. I tend to think, if you are the kind of person that is going to research and submit yourself to the authroity of a set of guiding principles, you're going to probably be ok no matter who you listen to. The folks that really get themselves into trouble are the ones that don't seek any kind of guidance whatsoever.

With that being said, I am quite partial to Dave Ramsey. He teaches based on Biblical principles, which is important to me, and he just doesn't give advice that is questionable. He is very conservative, and for this reason, it's difficult to fault him for anything except being too conservative. I'm ok with this.

In December 2007 I found myself in a position, as a result of paying a LOT of dummy tax, in debt up to $300,000, much of which was revolving credit (business unsecured lines of credit). It is only because of adhearing to the principles that Dave Ramsey teaches that I can now say I'm on baby step #7 and I'm DEEEEEEEEEEEEEBBBT FREEEEEEEEEEEEEE!!! (he features callers on his radio show yelling "I'm debt free." That was my version of yelling in text).

Where to begin? The best first step would be to just call my office. There is far too much to share on a blog post. We can tailer a plan of action according to Dave's principles as demanded by your specific uniqe situation. Our number is 817-381-3800 or email at hello@chandlercrouch.com

If you'd like to self study, these are good resources to begin with:

 

Dave Ramsey Mortgage Do's and Don'ts

 You’ve got plenty of options when it comes to financing the purchase of your home. Dave doesn’t recommend most of them, but it’s a good idea to know what’s out there and why you need to avoid some of the more popular mortgage options.

Adjustable Rate Mortgages (ARMs)

ARMs hook homebuyers with a low initial rate, then, after a designated period, the rate fluctuates for the remainder of the life of the loan. This kind of loan actually transfers the risk of rising interest rates to you, the homeowner. Right now, interest rates are incredibly low, and they have been for some time. But once rates start to adjust, there’s only one direction they can go: up! This risk makes an ARM one of the worst mortgage options available. Do not finance your home with an ARM.

Federal Housing Administration Loan (FHA)

FHA mortgages are backed by the government, which means the government insures the bank so it won’t lose its money if you don’t make your payments. You can qualify for an FHA loan with a down payment as low as 3%. But new regulations require you to keep private mortgage insurance (PMI) for the life of the loan. PMI can cost around $100 a month per $100,000 borrowed.

 

Department of Veterans Affairs (VA)

Loans designed to make it easier for our country’s military veterans to purchase homes are a great idea in theory, but the program falls short in practice. VA loans are backed by the Department of Veterans Affairs and allow veterans to purchase a home with practically no down payment. VA loans also have lot of fees, and interest rates are usually higher than those for conventional loans.

Buying the Right Way

The best way to buy a home is to pay cash for it—the 100% down plan. It sounds unrealistic, but people do it every day. And not just those with super-deep pockets. Many save for years to achieve their goal.

If you’re going to buy a home with a mortgage, you need to be on Baby Step 3, debt-free with a three- to six-month emergency fund in place. In Baby Step 3b, save up your down payment—at least 10%, but 20% will allow you to avoid PMI payments.

Your home loan should be a conventional, fixed-rate mortgage with a 15-year (or less) term. Do not get a 30-year mortgage! A $175,000, 30-year mortgage with a 4% interest rate will cost you $68,000 more over the life of the loan than a 15-year mortgage will. That’s a lot of money you could use to build up your retirement fund or save for your kids’ college.

 

Your monthly payment should not exceed 25% of your take-home pay. Any more than that will tie up too much of your income and slow your progress through the remaining Baby Steps.

House Hunt With a Pro

Once you have your bases covered financially, it’s time to start house hunting. Talk with a professional agent about your financial goals so they can help you find a home that fits your budget.

(Call Chandler Crouch Realtors at 817-381-3800)

 

Take Control of Your Money One Step at a Time

Building a new future with money is a lot like building a home. You don't add the roof until you've finished framing, and you don't frame until the foundation is secure. Dave Ramsey's Baby Steps are designed to help you out of debt and stress and into a life of saving and giving. We're all in different places with money. Start right where you are and get where you want to be. Know-how is 20% of the equation. Behavior change and self-discipline make up the other 80%. You can do it! Just follow the steps.

Here's The Process:

  1. $1,000 to Start an Emergency Fund

    An emergency fund is for those unexpected events in life you can't plan for. Whether there's a plumbing issue and everything but the kitchen sink is draining, or your brakes are squealing at every stop sign, you can be ready!
  2. Pay Off All Debt but the House

    List all debts but the house in order. The smallest balance should be your number one priority. Don't worry about interest rates unless two debts have similar payoffs. If that's the case, then list the higher interest rate debt first.
  3. 3 to 6 Months of Expenses in Savings

    This step is all about building a full emergency fund. It's time to kick debt for good, with 3–6 months' worth of emergency savings. Sit down and calculate how much you need to live on for 3–6 months (for most that's between $10,000–15,000) and start saving to protect yourself against life's bigger surprises like the loss of a job. You'll never be in debt again—no matter what comes your way.
  4. Invest 15% of Household Income Into Retirement

    Now it's time to get serious about retirement. With no payments and a full emergency fund, put 15% toward the retirement of your dreams. Between your 401(k), Roth IRA, and Traditional IRA, you have a lot of options. Find the fit that is right for you. The money you were using to attack debt can now help build your future.
  5. College Funding for Children

    College tuitions and housing expenses continue to rise. Don't let college sneak up on you. Saving now will put you ahead of the game when your kids graduate from high school. Two smart ways to save for your kids' college are a 529 college savings fund or an ESA (education savings account). These are both tax-advantaged savings vehicles that let you save money for your kids' education expenses.
  6. Pay Off Home Early

    It takes the average family five to seven years to pay their home off early. Just imagine life with no mortgage. There's only one more debt standing in the way of freedom from all debt! Apply all the extra money toward paying off your home. Not only are you paying off your home early, you'll be saving tens of thousands of dollars in interest fees.
  7. Build Wealth and Give

    This is the last step and by far the most fun. It's time to live and give like no one else! Build wealth, become insanely generous, and leave an inheritance for future generations. You know what people with no debt and no payments can do? Anything they want! Now that's leaving a legacy.

Great, So Where Do I Start?

The first step in taking control of your money is to create some cushion between you and life's little emergencies. Start by getting $1,000 in savings. It's easier than you think, and it's absolutely worth it.

Most people can do it in a month or less, and these tools can help you get started.

 

Dave Ramsey Background and Bio - Dave's Story 

 

March 31, 2017

How to Find Senior Housing

How To Find Senior (or 55+) Housing

Your first step will be to make a plan on what to do with your current house. We specialize in helping seniors. Contact us for a free home valuation and to map out the best strategic plan to maximize your return and have a smooth hassle free transition into housing that fits your needs 817-381-3800 hello@chandlercrouch.com

The term "Senior Housing" is really too broad to accurately describe exactly what you're looking for. If you are uncertain about exactly what kind of housing you need, please scroll down to see "What is Senior Housing."

However, when people ask me about Senior Housing, they are usually looking for a retirement community or housing that specifically caters to senior citizens offering additional amenities, socialization opportunities, and a cruise-like atmosphere. One of the best 55+ housing developments I've ever seen is Robson Ranch. This is a master-planned active adult community with clubs, classes, and social opportunities like no place I've ever seen.

Villas of Stone Glen is another housing development in Keller Texas that is 55+ restricted. Developed by Epcon Communities, the neighborhood will host 115 single family homes from 1607-2000sqft. Amenities include a 3000sqft clubhouse with exercise room, multipurpose event room, media area, and kitchen. Year built construction dates range from 2013-Present and house prices range from the low $300's to mid $400's. If you would like a tour of the premesis or to view the interior of any homes, please give us a call at 817-381-3800.

If you are more interested in leasing, take a look at this list of local apartments and additional housing options at a more affordable price:

  • Heritage Senior Living
    • 877-757-1003
    • 701 Heritage Way, Hurst, TX 76053
    • http://www.seniorhousingnet.com/seniorliving-detail/heritage-senior-living-ltd_701-heritage-way_hurst_tx_76053-564346
    • Rent: $1389-$1689
    • Sqft: 810-1204
    • Services offered: 1 and 2 bedroom floor plans. Wait list for 1 bedrooms. Smoke-free. rent includes continental breakfast, coffee bar, membership to Hurst Senior Center (community shares parking lot), aerobic classes at pool, and discounted At&T package (resident pays $25 and community pays any additional. normal bill is $80), travel to Winstar for $10. pets are allowed for a small monthly fee. Residents pay for electric, water, trash
  • Evergreen at Keller
    • 817-741-6000
    • 501 Bourland Rd, Keller, TX 76248
    • http://www.evergreenkeller.com/
    • Rent: $730-$882
    • Sqft: 700-925
    • Services offered: floor plans include 1 and 2 bedroom options. Only 2 rent rates. No wait list. Smoke Free. Rent includes bus to grocery store every Tuesday, computer room with printer, community organized activities including fitness 5 days a week, bingo, computer classes, library on site, games nights etc.  
  • Conservatory at Keller Town Center
    • 682-593-2742
    • 200 Country Brook Dr, Keller, TX 76248
    • http://www.conservatoryseniorliving.com/
    • Rent: Waiting to confirm
    • Sqft: 717-1110
    • Services offered: LM for sales team. Unable to get questions answered immediately. 1 and 2 bedroom floor plans. Kitchen in unit or full menu dining service. Professional team onsite 24 hours a day.  
  • Silver Ridge Assisted Living (and Independent Living Cottages)
    • 817-517-3826
    • 5314 Bransford Rd, Colleyville, TX 76034
    • http://www.sedonavillageseniorliving.com/
    • Rent: $2,700-$3,500
    • Sqft: 500-700 (approx)
    • Services offered: 6 month minimum lease which can be canceled if medical conditions change. 4 total units with no wait list studio or 1 bedroom only. Can participate in assisted living activities such as bingo, but nothing really set up for independent living people. Units include with rent all utilities, internet, phone, complimentary meals 3 times a day (kitchen is available in the unit), snacks and beverages, weekly housekeeping, weekly medication set up (such as pill boxes), bed linens laundered, and more. 
  • Sedona Village
    • 817-232-9300
    • 2800 Sedona Ranch Dr, Fort Worth, TX 76131
    • http://www.sedonavillageseniorliving.com/
    • Rent: $600-$880
    • Sqft: 716-1007
    • Services offered: 1 bedroom or 2 bedroom floorplans. Tax based credit property for fixed income seniors. Rent rates vary depending on what you qualify for. Waitlist also varies. Can be added to waitlist from a short phone call. 2 person income cap to qualify is $33,480. ! person income cap is $29,280. Have activities every day that are mostly resident run. 3 waitlists for 30%, 50% and 60% reduction. 30% has a 3 yr wait-list, 60% has a 1-3 month waitlist. cost of 1 bedroom at 30% is 339/month, 50% 600/month, 60% 731/month. 2 bedrooms at 30% is 409/month, 50% 723/month and 60% is 880/month. No application fee, but $100 deposit for 1 bedroom or $200 deposit for 2 bedroom. Pets under 35 pounds are allowed for $250 deposit and $15/mo rent

What is Senior Housing or 55+ Housing?

The first step is to accurately define exactly what you're looking for. After you do this, the search gets easier.

Obviously, some of these are housing situations you probably wouldn't choose for yourself (eg Alzheimer care). This information might be helpful for someone trying to care for an aging parent. If you are looking at this for personal needs, the more education we have about different types of living situations, the better we can accurately communicate our future wishes and desires to our loved ones that may be helping care for us in the future. Doing a little homework in advance is an incredibly loving and generous gift you can give to those that you may depend on at some point.

Here is a list of different kinds of Senior Housing terms and what they mean:

  • CCRC - Seniors buy-in for care for the rest of their lives. Includes all levels of care from independent living to skilled nursing care in one location.
  • In Home Senior Care - This can include anything from scheduling entertainment to Hospice supervision in your own home. Lowest cost if only need for part of the day. Usually requires a family member / friend as the primary caregiver
  • Retirement community - Own or rent in a community just for seniors. Access to social activities, valet services and often an emergency call system. Other terms that might be considered retirement communities are:
    • Senior Co-op
    • Congregational
    • Active Senior
    • Senior Apartments - Total freedom with access to other seniors
    • Independent Living - Total freedom with access to other seniors, entertainment, and emergency help
  • Respite Care - Includes a wide range of temporary care in a facility
  • Assisted Living - Personal Care Homes (PCM's - unique to certain states) care including ADL's plus help with medication and finance (paying bills). Often includes more socialization
  • Personal Care Home - Help with meals, hygiene, entertainment, and transportation
  • Dementia / Alzheimer Care - Assisted living plus high level of daily supervision
  • Nursing Home - Rehabilitation and 24 hr supervision by a skilled nurse
  • Hospice Care - End-of-life support at home or at a special care facility

 

Call us today to get help on mapping out a plan on what to do with your current house. We specialise in helping seniors. Contact us for a free home valuation and to map out the best strategic plan to maximize your return and have a smooth hassle free transition into housing that fits your needs 817-381-3800 hello@chandlercrouch.com

March 15, 2017

Brick Mortar Crack Repair Secret - Cheap & Easy (Heritage Subdivision)

Click here to get a home repair checklist or scroll down for brick repair secrets.

 

 

Brick Mortar Crack Repair

 

The Problem

If you're selling your home and have a crack in your brick, buyers will assume the worst and go buy another house. They don't assume they can fix the issue. They just move on. This can cost you thousands. 

What to Buy

 

Use pre-mixed sanded tile grout, not mortar repair. Mortar repair usually has only 3 different color options. Sanded tile grout usually offers 20+ color options, which allows you to color match to near perfection. Also, sanded tile grout is suitable for swimming pools, showers, and exterior uses because it is highly weather resistant, and the texture is virtually identical. Brand doesn’t matter much. Any home improvement store will have a nice selection, however each store will carry different color selections due to available inventory.

They come in quart or gallon size buckets. Get quart size. See the image below for colors we have found work well on most homes. The colors below with arrows are ones that work well on most homes. Purchase a few good colors. The biggest time waste is driving to the store. If you see all the ones I marked, buy them all. If you don’t see them all but you see something else that looks close (linen, earth, or another), by all means grab it too. Home Depot and Lowes have excellent return policies.

 

Application Instructions

Put your artist hat on. Get an empty shallow sturdy container to serve as your palette. Scoop a spoonful of a brownish color and grey color onto the palette. Next mix the colors together in portions that would help you achieve the best match. Keep mixing the colors until it matches to 80% perfection. The color will appear slightly different after it has dried. Effective blending will mitigate any color match imperfections.

Next, begin a test area by finding an inconspicuous area of the house, dip your finger in the mixed solution then run it along the mortar area (between the bricks). If you have several cracks, you may need gloves.

As you drag your finger down the mortar line, the mix will naturally taper off and blend really well with the existing mortar color.

 

Cracks Running Through the Middle of a Brick

Most of the time the thing that makes a crack stand out is the shadow inside the crack. If there is a small crack in the brick, fill the crack with a very small amount of the mortar solution. Just use a minimal amount so its not caked on. Then wipe off any excess. It’s always best to test a little area to see how it looks before covering a large area. Keep in mind, you know where the cracks were before you attempted to fix them, so you’ll always know exactly where to look to find the patch job. Someone that didn’t know where the crack was before your repair job likely won’t be able to find the repaired area if you did a good job matching colors and blending.

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  3. Plan ahead by getting an instant free home valuation

 

 

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March 14, 2017

North Texas DFW Real Estate Market Report

The market in North Texas is hot.

Watch this video for an complete market update:

 

 

March 10, 2017

RANKED: Top Realtor in 2017

Chandler Crouch Realtors Ranked as 2017 Top Realtor by Fort Worth Magazine

I am humbled to work with such a great team. 

Fort Worth Magazine recognized us in their Top Realtor List for 2017!

We are so honored to serve this community! I can't thank you enough for your support! It's truly our pleasure.

 

 

 

 

Posted in CCR in the News
March 10, 2017

How to Avoid or Transfer from a Poorly Rated School in Keller ISD

Poorly Rated Schools in Keller ISD

First, I just have to say, there really isn't such thing as a bad school in Keller ISD. Some may not be rated quite as high as another, but if you've ever been to a truly bad school, you'd this article is just focused on the difference between GREAT schools and BEST schools... lets proceed.

School District Affecting the Heritage Subdivision Among Others

Several people have contacted me recently asking about elementary school redistricting. I thought other people might appreciate the information so, here it is:
  • Redrawing Cape Cod from Lonestar Elementary to Friendship Elementary

    • Old news: Plans to redistrict the attendance zones were discontinued.
      • The reason the plans were discontinued is because of your involvement at the public forums. Find forum agenda and the presentation they used here: https://goo.gl/eqEV2r
      • Lonestar is however very full and the area is still growing, so they may propose this change again in the future.
  • If I want to appeal to have boundary lines redrawn, what do I do?

    • Waiting until the redistricting is proposed then attending the public forum will be the most effective route. Less effective (and possibly counterproductive) would be to contact Billy Kidd (contact info below).
    • When do they notify of changes?

      • One person told me it takes 1 year to fully pass.
      • Previous meeting where the board of trustees voted on it was Nov 30.
      • Previous dates for public forums were mid to late January held in the evening.
      • How do they notify of changes? They do a press release, so news organizations pick it up and disseminate widely. If you have personal experience, please share how you found out and I’ll update this.
  • Can I transfer my child?

    • List of schools accepting transfers: https://goo.gl/DJuMCu

    • Transfer application: https://goo.gl/1ygxSR

    • Dates to submit application for fall semester: March 1 - April 30 (reviewed by June 21)
    • Dates to submit application for spring semester: Oct 1 - Nov 30 (reviewed by Jan 14)
    • They only allow transfers to certain schools. The list changes periodically.
    • Even if your school is listed, transfers may still be denied.
    • If the child has disciplinary issues or is trying to transfer to a school far away, odds are less likely they will be approved.
    • Transferring from one school district to another (not just from one school to another inside the same district) requires a different process.
    • If your child is granted a transfer, it can be rescinded due to academic issues, behavior issues, or changes in overcrowding.
    • Communicate with the school principals about transfers
    • For elementary: If class sizes are at 90%+ capacity, requests will likely be denied
    • For questions email: leanne.shivers@kellerisd.net
  • Address lookup - Which schools would this address go to?: https://goo.gl/jfroHU

  • Feeder pattern - Which middle school and high school does my elementary schools feed to: https://goo.gl/74UXsx

  • Who to talk to:

    • You’re more than welcome to call me (Chandler Crouch). My team is happy to research to find answers. Direct: 817-484-5300, office: 817-381-3800 chandler@chandlercrouch.com, hello@chandlercrouch.com

    • Billy Kidd is in charge of analyzing demographics and proposing redistricting
    • Hudson Huff was in charge until Billy took over, so he is familiar with the history of any redistricting that took place.

March 4, 2017 Update

Lone Star rezoning. The change they were proposing wouldn't have immediately changed the overcrowding at the school. It was designed as a phase out that really wouldn't have had an impact for 5 years. They were basing it on saying homes were going to be built in the land next to the YMCA. That was proven to be false information because that land belongs to the Catholic church which still has plans to build a High School there. The demographer was basing his projection on A5 residential going there in about 5 years. It did not change just based on complaints

If you're curious whats going on with the Catholic High School plans that you may have heard about for years, just wait, but don't hold your breath. The Catholic Diocese is still raising funds for it, and they don't plan on selling the land.

March 3, 2017 Update:

I just got some more information from the gentleman that is in charge of proposing changes. He has been very helpful: Boundaries are decided by the need to meet TEA requirements for number of students per class based on the population of the district.

Boundaries can be adjusted to address highly populated areas, when space is available at existing campuses or by adding a new school and making adjustments.

The conversation begins in house, is shared with the school board, and is presented to the community through public meetings. The School Board will vote on the boundary changes, if passed, it is put in place and communicated on the district website.

Parents can request a campus transfer, those transfers are dependent on space availability K-12. A parent could send a request for a boundary change, but it’s subject to the information above

Aug. 30, 2016

NEWS: Secret Interview About Bubbles Makes the News

This is exciting! I hope this never gets old.

I found this in my inbox this morning:

Chandler Crouch Realtors in the News

 

After discussing real estate bubbles with superb journalist Andrew DePietro, he wrote 2 articles and used our company as a source! This guy writes incredibly well.

See what Andrew has to say about real estate bubbles in his article 6 States With the Biggest Real Estate Bubbles.

And the article Top 20 Cities Where Home Prices Are Skyrocketing.

To get all my thoughts on real estate bubbles and how Texas is affected by the current economic conditions see the blog post Is TX in a Housing Bubble (and my forecast).