Coppell Real Estate
One of the numerous bedroom communities of the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex, Coppell showcases the best of Texas living with the convenience of a central location and proximity to many amenities. The city of Coppell grew out of the farming town of Grapevine Springs; settlement of the area began around 1840 when the area was known as "Gibbs," after Texas Senator Barnett Gibbs. Eventually the name was changed again to Coppell after George Coppell, known for bringing the railroad to the emerging town.
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Coppell Real Estate Listings
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Coppell Homes For Sale
The newly formed community revolved around the railroad which provided transportation and a lifeline to many of the area's residents, who at the time were primarily involved with farming. The city has grown exponentially since its early days and is now home to more than 38,000 residents.
The strong points of the Coppell real estate market include its location, proximal to Dallas and Fort Worth and to the DFW international airport. Condos, townhomes and properties are at a premium in this area and the boom of Coppell's real estate shows no signs of slowing down. This area enjoys a competitive market that is exciting for both sellers and buyers. If you have any questions regarding the sale or purchase of a home in Coppell, don't hesitate to contact us. We would be more than happy to answer any questions that you might have.
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Listing information last updated on March 10th, 2014 at 5:45pm CDT.