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A mixture of lunch and breakfast eaten during the late sunrise is known as Brunch. It is eaten as late as 1 pm and 6 pm in the Eastern coastal areas. However, some restaurants may extend the hours to a later duration. The word Brunch is consolidated with breakfast and lunch, which is originated in England in the late 1800s. It is served buffet-style and became famous in the United States in the 1920s.

If you say that the early bird catches the worm, then it means that the person who comes first in a place is most credible to get what they want, and Dallas doesn't disappoint anybody when it comes to dishing out mouthwatering breakfasts and brunches. This city has something for every taste, from eggs, bacon, chicken, stuffed French toast, waffles, and

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The urban lifestyle has become one of the growing popular fashion trends for home buyers. Especially for those who are more youthful and prefer to be in the middle of the city. Aside from all the nightlife and plenty of things to see, there are a bunch of additional edges for living in a downtown environment.

Dallas is best known for high-rise condo buildings, with a keen sense of quality, style and no difference in the condo market. Developers who need their buildings to be luxuries should stand apart from the crowd to go the extra mile in Dallas. That implies using the highest-quality materials, completing foolproof finish and fir are site on, and picking the correct place.

Even with all that, Dallas luxury users are looking for the extra

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Designated as a Dallas suburb, Irving is located just northwest of Dallas, and less than an hour’s drive to Fort Worth.

Spanning over 70 square miles, the city of Irving features 80 parks, 100 shopping centers, and more than 500 restaurants.

Home to zip code 75038, Irving is the 14th most diverse city in the country. Irving residents are treated to an array of attractions including a historic downtown and multicultural events.

Developed from old ranching land, Irving has a long history with horses—a Mustang is the city’s logo and there is even a museum dedicated to wild horses.

In this guide, we will discuss the pros and cons of living in Irving, Texas. If you're planning on moving to Irving, contact us today and we’ll assist with your

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With a population of over 15,000 people, Addison boasts a strategic location 13 miles north of downtown Dallas.

For those looking to build a life in the Dallas Fort Worth Metroplex, this popular destination offers everything you could want in location, amenities, and an array of affordable homes.

Despite being a small suburb, the highlight of Addison is its diverse outdoor activities as well as its vibrant nightlife that has proven a hit with visitors from other places.

If you’re ready to pack up your bags and move to one of the best places to live in Texas, contact us today and we will help you navigate the Addison real estate market.

Why Live in Addison?

Set on the northern edge of Dallas, the small suburb of Addison offers one of

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The landlocked Highland Park is a wealthy enclave that is one of the most beautiful neighborhoods not only in Dallas but also in the country.

Also known as "the Bubble", the 2-2 square mile locale is desirable for many of Dallas's moneyed movers and shakers. Adjacent to University Park, the two communities are known as the Park Cities. Both comprise a fine collection of over-the-top estates, mature trees, broad streets, high-end boutiques, and a winding Creekside landscape right in the middle of a bustling metropolitan area.

Want to take advantage of the Highland Park real estate market? Why not employ the services of our real estate agents who have vast knowledge and experience navigating this market.

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Situated in North Texas, the city of Dallas is considered one of the best places to live in Texas.

Thanks to its warm climate, booming economy, and favorable tax incentives, Dallas, TX is a popular destination for transplants. The area attracts new faces from both the West and East coasts as well as places between. Known as the home of the mouthwatering Tex-Mex and the Dallas Cowboys, Dallas is the ninth-largest city in the country. This cultural hub and entertainment hot spot offer residents a great mix of urban and suburban living.

Whether you’re tired of renting or ready for a homeowner lifestyle, our real estate agents can help you find your dream home in a great location and at a fair price point.

Related: Pros and Cons of Living in

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Fort Worth is the 16 largest city in the state of Texas and is the county seat of Tarrant County.

Residents refer to the city by several nicknames including Cowtown, Panther City, Funkytown, Metairie of Texas, and the Queen City of the Prairie. Best known for its rich culture, exciting entertainment districts, and business opportunities, it is no wonder Fort Worth is considered one of the best places to live in Texas.

No matter what your needs or wants, our real estate agents can help you find your dream home in some of the best neighborhoods in Fort Worth.

Brief History

Fort Worth is the cradle of the “cowboy” a symbolic American western culture that goes back more than two centuries ago. Established as an army outpost in 1849, Fort

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Buyers pining for a more simple life in Texas should consider moving to Plano.

Located in North Texas, the city of Plano is in the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area. The Forbes’ 2018 list of the best cities for jobs ranked the Dallas-Plano-Irving area No. 1. In addition, the area has some of the lowest taxes in the state as well as the lowest crime rate of any city in America.

Besides the practical stuff, Plano offers plenty of open space and nature to explore, annual events, fine dining, great shopping as well as exemplary schools. With downtown Dallas only 20 miles away, booming Plano offers a plethora of big city life amenities without the hustle and bustle of a big city.

If you’re considering moving to Plano, this guide will help answer all

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Situated on the northern boundary of Frisco, Prosper is a small Texas town that is home to roughly 20,000 people.

It’s also the second-fastest-growing community in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. The town has low crime, affordable housing, and excellent schools providing a wonderful place to live and raise a family. Are you looking to move to Prosper, or just interested in the city’s livability? These pros and cons assessments of living in Prosper can help you decide whether to move, change career, or even vacation in Proper.

No matter what your wants or needs, our real estate agents are ready to help you navigate the Prosper real estate market. 

The following are the pros of living in Prosper:

Best Suburbs

Ranked as No. 8 out of 3,000

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Nestled in a deeply wooded area it’s aptly named after, Preston Hollow is known as the golden corridor of Dallas.

This is because many of Dallas’ wealthiest residents call the affluent neighborhood home. It’s also home to over 6,000 residents and the number will continue rising as more people discover the neighborhood. Boasting proximity to the Park Cities, Preston Hollow is the perfect North Dallas neighborhood to set down family roots or retire.

Few suburbs can compare to the beautiful estates, fine restaurants, and village-like boutique shopping centers in the area. Enjoy a country atmosphere laced with mature trees, lush landscaping, creeks, and ponds along with winding roads—some with “no curbs”.

Whether you're a first-time home buyer

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