Dana Richardson


Real estate agent at Middleton Group Realty

Cell : 817 715-1542
Meet Dana Richardson





Dana strives to serve her clients with the upmost level of integrity while helping them with quite possibly the largest purchase or sale of a lifetime. She has been doing just that for the past 14 years serving those with real estate needs in the Fort Worth, TX and surrounding areas. She has worked tirelessly with her extensive knowledge of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex to help clients purchase and sell residential homes, build new construction homes and relocate to and from the area. 


Dana advocates for her clients and takes the trust ensured in her very seriously. While staying informed of current market conditions and knowledgeable in the latest technology advancements, Dana is always prepared to determine the right course of action for both her buyers and sellers. Dana is certified as a Negotiations Specialist and her strong negotiating skills deliver better results on both sides of every transaction. She has a background in marketing which enables Dana to take an individualized approach for sellers knowing that each home has unique aspects that will appeal to the ideal buyer.


Dana is excited and eager to work for you to help you get where you want to be.


Recent Articles

Appraisal gaps- Interesting Article for sure

An associate of mine sent me an interesting article on the appraisal vs bidding war that procuring in this remarkable market. I agree with it!! This should give you a better view & have fun:
By Daniel Delpriora with BrandName Real Estate

Just Sold!

Just Sold!
By Leslie Huggins with RPI Real Estate Services


While many areas of the economy have contracted, the housing market has stayed remarkably strong. But can the good news last?
By Greg Jones with Alta Realty Group CA

$4.2 million widening project to begin on U.S. 17 from Ga. to Hardeevi

A massive construction project is about to start on U.S. 17, connecting Jasper County to Georgia. And it could impact commuters for years to come.
By Travis Sawyer with Brand Name Real Estate

Does the Highest Offer Always Win?

Think the highest offer on a home always wins? Think again. Here are four reasons why a seller may not choose the highest offer:⁣ ⁣1. A buyer brings an all-cash offer: A buyer paying cash means
By Leslie Huggins with RPI Real Estate Services


Middleton Group Realty

8700 Crownhill, Suite 402
San Antonio, TX 78209