Opportunity Zones

Screen recording of deepblocks software showing the houses in fort worth built from the 1900s to 2020.

Three hundred sixty-one homes near downtown Fort Worth are nearly 100 years old.

Fort Worth tract 1038.00, near downtown, has 797 homes built between 1900 and 1960s.  There are numerous old houses with tons of character, great structures, and solid foundations. When I looked into tract 1038.00 in Fort Worth, I found the following opportunities: 797 houses built before 1960 and 361 built before 1930. What are the …

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The last vacant assemblages in Fort Worth’s census tract 1139.48.

In Fort Worth’s tract 1139.48, 16 vacant parcels and potential assemblages allow for light industrial, retail, or residential.  Fort Worth’s tract 1139.48 is the third fastest-growing population density out of 218 tracts. Since 2010, its population has doubled. The median income is $80k; however, almost every adjacent tract is in the six-figure. This tract may …

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Map of Fort Worth, Texas that shows the top 5 census tracts in population density growth.

These neighborhoods in Fort Worth, Texas, have the highest population density growth.

Fort Worth neighborhoods with the highest population density growth cluster in the northeast quadrant. Four of the top five tracts in Fort Worth with the highest population density growth are in the northeast quadrant. Something is happening in this region of Fort Worth, and we received validation from the locals that there is an influx …

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Density growth index applied to Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area.

How to leverage data to detect investment opportunities automatically? The first step is determining which city has the best metrics. We conducted a pilot study on five cities in the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area. We compared Irving, Fort Worth, Dallas, Arlington, and Garland across population density, economic growth, construction density, development density, and existing building …

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Fort Worth's top five tracts for each metric cluster in and around the downtown region or the city's northeast section. 

Real Estate Investment Automation: Narrowing down the best neighborhoods.

We used a data-driven approach to narrow down the best neighborhoods in Fort Worth, Texas.  Fort Worth, Texas, has 218 census tracts. The data we’ve considered includes population and economic growth, construction activity, existing and potential density, and an index created from all the metrics combined.  Where are Fort Worth’s most exciting investment areas? Using …

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