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The plan was to put a flood detention pond in the area. Due to concerns raised by residents about that concept, plans have now changed, and the city has put the nine remaining houses up for sale.


Houses Bought by Fort Worth Due to Flooding Now Up for Sale

Houses Bought by Fort Worth Due to Flooding Now Up for Sale

Original Plan: Flood Detention Pond

  • City purchased houses in flood-prone area
  • Intended to build a flood detention pond
  • Residents raised concerns about the concept

New Plan: Houses Up for Sale

  • City changed plans due to residents’ concerns
  • Nine remaining houses now up for sale
  • Opportunity for real estate investors and homebuyers

Quotes from Jessica Fulk, Real Estate Expert

“This situation presents a unique opportunity for both real estate investors and potential homebuyers. It’s not every day that you see houses bought by a city due to flooding concerns being put back on the market.”

“If you’re considering purchasing one of these homes, it’s important to ask questions about the flood history and any mitigation measures that have been taken. A knowledgeable realtor can help guide you through this process.”

“As with any real estate transaction, it’s crucial to do your due diligence and work with a trusted realtor to ensure you’re making a sound investment.”

Engagement and Discussion

What are your thoughts on the city’s decision to change plans and put the houses up for sale? Do you think this presents a good opportunity for real estate investors and homebuyers? Share your thoughts and join the conversation.

Orginal article: Link To Article – provided by Kansas City Realtors