The area of North Richland Hills was completely agricultural until Clarence Jones developed his farm into a residential area in 1950. Now it is a mid to high-end suburb of Fort Worth and the third-largest city in Tarrant county. There are 30 miles of hiking and bike trails across North Richland Hills that provide opportunities for recreation and fitness, links neighborhoods, and creates a portal to parks and open areas that complete a network for alternative transportation. Here the median list price per square foot is right on par, if not slightly higher, than Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington Metro average. Homeowners in North Richland Hills have enjoyed consistent increases in home value and median list prices ever since 2012. With 445 new home communities to choose from buyers have a great selection and opportunity to negotiate deals. Also, market trends are currently favoring sellers as it is a warm seller’s market, but there are equal opportunities on both sides. Whether you are buying or selling, Crosstown Engineering is here to provide you with our expert engineering reports, foundation evaluations, and home inspections to help you build your perfect living situation.