Dallas & Fort Worth, Texas Real Estate Blog - Neighborhoods

Coppell is a suburban community that is part of the Dallas city metro area.

Located 20 miles from the heart of the city, Coppell is rapidly becoming one of the in-demand suburban districts in Dallas.

Living in Coppell offers an out-of-town vibe, which is ideal for families looking for more space to raise children than the growth and sprawl of densely packed cities.

Downtown Coppell's regeneration efforts including a modern town square, easy access to DFW International Airport, and southern hospitality make the area special.

With a convenient location in the DFW Metroplex, exemplary schools, and a vibrant community, it's no wonder there's a continuous inflow of families to the area.

If you would like to buy a property in Coppell, our real…

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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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What kind of neighborhood are you interested in finding? Do you like a warm and friendly community of people? Las Colinas is, no doubt, a good neighborhood to take into consideration. It is situated right within Irving in Texas.

If you are looking for an option that typically features bigger homes that come at competitive prices, the following neighborhoods in Las Colinas are definitely worth your attention.

 The Enclave at TPC

The Enclave at TPC is a safe neighborhood that is located amidst the promising city of Irving in Texas. It is also located close to Northwest Dallas County. This guarded and gated community features amenities, which include the Four Seasons Resort and Golf Club, and a gorgeous view of winding waterways, lush…

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Are you considering living in Dallas’ Uptown?

In this blog, we'll discuss the pros and cons of living in the most walkable live-work-play community in the Big D.

Over the years, Uptown Dallas has developed to become the preferred destination for young professionals and families. The upscale shopping, vibrant nightlife, and luxury apartments are a big draw for locals and visitors alike.

Before we dive in, contact us today for expert assistance if you're interested in viewing available homes for sale in Uptown or want to learn more about the area.

Pros Convenient Location Vibrant Social Scene Plenty of things to do Dining options Walkability Cons Housing Costs High crime rates Public ISD

Pros of Living in Uptown Dallas

Convenient Location

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Many would agree that Highland Park is the best suburb in Dallas, Texas. Some may hesitate to accept this fact because of the high cost of living associated with Highland Park. But when it comes to the community itself, involving its homes and amenities, you can say that it is simply the best place you can live in. Its reputable schools, hedge-lined streets, and plenty of elegant shops characterize the convenience of the community.

Highland Park is situated in Dallas County and is known to be one of the best places in Texas where you and your family can live. The place is not very crowded as it only has a population that does not exceed 10,000. You will also love the family-friendly environment in this community. Your children will also love living…

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Prolonged periods of mild temperatures have made golf a popular outdoor activity in Dallas. Golf communities are common throughout. These communities provide residents with more than just a house to live in.

As a resident, you’ll get access to golf courses and plenty of other amenities. Here are five of the top golf communities in Dallas, Texas.

1. Gleneagle Golf Community

Located in West Plano, this community consists of over 182 residences. The building’s Mediterranean design emphasizes the natural beauty of the area.

Inside the community is the award-winning Gleneagles private country club. The club’s classic charm and state of the art recreational and social amenities provides a social gathering place for the community.

The…

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While the higher-end markets in Dallas and its wealthy northern suburbs are cooling, mid-range properties are on fire south of the city. More buyers and investors are looking to step out of the crowded big city and its built-out northern territories and heading to the south to reclaim an area that’s suffered its share of black eyes this past decade or two.

Lancaster

Home values in Lancaster have been climbing more or less steadily for a solid year ‒‒ and inventory is going down. In other words, the word’s out about this unassuming neighbor to Dallas’ south. The city’s inventory has been cut in half since a year ago and the median price of a home has grown by 40 percent. Even the size of the living spaces has increased by nearly 30 percent in new…

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Forth Worth is no longer the distant cousin to Dallas. The city is its own and it rivals anything its more famous neighbor is doing. It’s also on of the hottest places to live in Texas, especially in these neighborhoods.

Meadows West/River Park

The Trinity River area is booming. New businesses and residences are going up almost weekly, especially in the Meadows West/River Park area. Meadows West and River Park are adding hotels and amenities, and newly built family-sized homes starting around $400,000. Also, the Waterside will be a big draw once it’s built. This is a 63-acre, mixed-used development that will be anchored a Whole Foods and a high-end hotel.

Fairmount

If you’re looking for old-school charm, this neighborhood of Craftsman-style…

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DFW rapid expansion might be cooling a bit, but the city is still building, and those looking to be part of the DFW scene should be considering these hot new subdivisions.Top 5 Dallas New Subdivisions

Belmont Landing, Coppell

Belmont Landing features stunning homes in the beautiful Dallas suburb to the city’s west. Homes from 1,800 to 4,259 square feet begin in the $580,000s. For that, you get exclusive living convenient to the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, proximity to the city’s major highways, and the highly desired schools of the Coppell ISD.

The Heights at Oak Lawn, Dallas

If you’re looking to stay in Dallas, in the shadow of Uptown and Downtown, these 14 three-story homes offer low-maintenance luxury in the heart of the city. The Heights distinct…

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