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Work-Live Lofts in Dallas

In a post-recession world, more and more people are starting to work from home, making the need for home office space a huge priority when it comes to buying a new home or condo in DFW. Last year, a Forbes article estimated around 30 million Americans work from a home office at least once per week, while a study from Telework Research Network projected that number will increase by roughly 63% over the next five years.

Enhanced video conferencing technology has been a major factor in the sudden influx of employees working from home, which allows companies to cut expenses on larger office spaces and employees to spend less time commuting, as well as less money on costly gasoline or public transportation.

Not everyone who works from home has a…

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Fort Worth Lofts For Sale

If there’s one thing about Fort Worth lofts for sale, it’s that many of the area’s best loft conversions perfectly combine new and old world charm, ultimately giving home buyers the modern, updated finishes they want, while still maintaining the historic authenticity surrounding each building. Like some of Dallas’ trendiest neighborhoods, Fort Worth has a nice variety of chic and stylish loft residences for local buyers to consider, with some of the more recognizable developments being the Texas and Pacific lofts at 221 W. Lancaster and of course the iconic Montgomery Plaza at 2600 W. 7th Street.
 
In addition to these larger residential loft buildings however, a number of smaller loft developments are scattered all throughout the Fort Worth area, which…

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