Photos: Here are the Fort Worth Million-Dollar 💵 Homes 🏡 Sold in Q3, 2018

Dated: November 9 2018

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In Q3 of 2018, 12 million-dollar homes were sold in Fort Worth, as reported by NTREIS (North Texas Real Estate Information Systems) each quarter, down by 4 homes over last years total of 16.

Over the past 5 years, the highest total for million-dollar home sales in the City of Fort Worth for the 3rd quarter was 2016 with 17 homes sold. Based on fourth-quarter sales in recent years, this year projects to have a total 65 of million-dollar homes exchange hands by year’s end.

For photos of the Top 5 million-dollar homes sold during the 3rd Quarter of 2018 in Fort Worth. See the photos below!

3905 Monticello Dr., Fort Worth, TX 76107 was sold on August 31, 2018
3800 Westcliff Rd S., Fort Worth, TX 76109 was Sold on July 23, 2018
6605 Sahalee Dr., Fort Worth, TX 76132 was Sold on July 2, 2018
6600 Foxpointe Rd., Fort Worth, TX 76132 was Sold on September 10, 2018
411 Hazelwood Dr., Fort Worth, TX 76107 Was Sold on August 1, 2018

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