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Voted the #1 Best Place to Live in America by Money in 2014, McKinney is the 19th largest city in the state of Texas. The city’s allure stems from its affordable living, low crime, excellent schools, signature neighborhoods, and much more. Located 32 miles north of Dallas, this beautiful north Texas town sits in Collin County.

Historic buildings and unique, welcoming developments make it difficult for buyers to make a choice. This useful guide will ease your relocation to one of the top five best neighborhoods to live in McKinney, Texas.

Craig Ranch

Named the 2014 Master-Planned Community of the year by Dallas Builders Association, Craig Ranch is located about 8.5 miles southwest of Downtown McKinney. Home to luxurious properties and

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Residents of Fort Worth, Texas, as well as people who are familiar with the city, will tell you the area is home to fantastic neighborhoods. Whether you’re looking for a beginner home, a quiet, country club oasis or something close to the hustle and bustle of downtown, Fort Worth real estate is overflowing with options. Read on to discover the top five best neighborhoods to live in Fort Worth.

  1.     Arlington Heights

Located only 10 minutes from downtown Fort Worth, Arlington Heights is a great neighborhood for families and single millennials. A few minutes away from the Cultural District, Arlington Heights residents have quick access to some of the best museums Fort Worth has to offer.

Much of the real estate comprises of

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Like any major city, Dallas is home to myriad lively, safe, and fun suburbs. What each person thinks are the important factors to consider when choosing somewhere to live varies from one individual to the next. But two of the most common factors that people consider are:

· School district - If schools are important to you, families with school-aged children will appreciate the multiple elementary, middle, and high schools that are part of the Dallas community.

· Location - A central location near major thoroughfares and airports allows frequent commuters easy access to business centers in Plano, Downtown Dallas, and Fort Worth. Quick access to dining, shopping, and kids' activities is a plus.

Without moving too far away from the hustle and bustle

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California has long been the dream destination for many. Picture miles of beautiful beaches, rolling hills, year-round warm weather, and that infamous laid-back attitude. It's hard to imagine that anyone would want to move from such a beautiful location.

The reality on the ground is that many Californians are trading this picturesque setting for other locations due to the exorbitant cost of living, high-income tax, and expensive real estate.

Whether pursuing better housing, a lower cost of living, or more employment opportunities, moving to Texas will give you the freedom of choice when it comes to living in the place that best suits your lifestyle. Read on to discover the top five benefits of relocating from California to Texas.

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Affordable real estate, thousands of corporate headquarters, and warm weather make Dallas city a great place to raise a family. If you’re planning to relocate to Dallas or simply move across town, the city has an array of hot properties and neighborhoods that can fit your needs.

New Construction Homes for Sale in Dallas

But with the many subdivisions available, how do you decide which is best? Here is our list of hot Dallas subdivisions that could fulfill your home needs.

Richardson

Richardson is a charming, older, first-ring suburb that is popular with buyers for its diversity and affordability. It's home to the city’s “Telecom Corridor”, where famous companies such as Nortel and Verizon Business have a presence. Richardson connects to the DART light rail system and is only 20

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When it comes to real estate trends for 2018, there is both good news and bad news. The good news is that home sales thus far have been hot in the first quarter of 2018, and sellers are unloading their properties at a profit.

As for the bad news, demand far exceeds supply, and buyers need to be more aggressive and motivated to grab a home this year.

Market Report

Despite 2018 starting with a low inventory, the real estate market has not performed the same way it did 2 years ago. Prices are still significantly high because of low inventory while the multiple offer situations common a few years ago are non-existent.

In general, the market has slightly softened due to several factors. They include the tax reform bill passed in 2017, the

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