A New Team Member, Current Listings and Roll or Stroll!
Welcome to the Team
After 20 successful years in Los Angeles and New York, Jonathan brings a VIP approach and top-tier standard of excellence to every client relationship. From starring on Television to producing films to negotiating with movie studios, Jonathan has built his career on a tenacious, never-give-up attitude that every buyer or seller in the real estate arena needs. With strong communication, truth, honesty, and loyalty being musts, Jonathan provides his clients with the red-carpet treatment from their first meeting all the way up to closing day. He attended Texas Christian University and was born and raised in nearby Arlington. Now residing in the Carrollton / Plano area, Jonathan is happy to serve clients of Collin, Dallas, Denton, and Tarrant County! Let's Connect! Check out our Listings
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Historic Fort Worth Properties Get a Second Chance
Fort Worth is full of mothballed buildings that look ripe for demolition. But, through another monocle, such buildings may be worthy of salvation. As Historic Fort Worth releases its annual list of Most Endangered Places, nine buildings and properties might get a second chance.
Among the properties nominated is a 1920s building that once boasted a 2,000-seat auditorium and housed the Ku Klux Klan. Designed by Earl Glasgow, its features are hard to miss with a high-peaked parapet and motifs of arches. The building served as the KKK headquarters, housed membership, and is located just across the Trinity from the city’s courthouse. Read More
Showing Signs of a Correction
Cracks are beginning to appear in the red-hot housing market. Spiraling mortgage rates on top of record-high and still-rising home prices are leading many experts to predict the real estate market is on the verge of a correction—if it isn’t already in one. They anticipate home prices will flatten, or even go down a bit, in certain markets. Read More