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Collin County

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One of the best things about living in a smaller city north of Dallas such as Celina is that it's a complete community in and of itself.

A small city is designed to have unique, wide-ranging neighborhoods thus it comes down to where you want to live and the amenities you want to enjoy. You're going to have retail outlets, restaurants, markets, community pools, as well as friendly neighbors living in the same community.

If you're thinking of a move to North Fort Worth in the Dallas area, Celina ticks all the right boxes. To help you find your feet, we’ll start by taking a quick look at the pros and cons of living in Celina.

But why should you believe what we say? Our agents have assisted thousands of buyers to achieve their dream homes

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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:

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Ranked as No. 8 out of 3,000

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Are you checking for options on homes in Frisco? One thing that you may have in mind is looking for the best neighborhoods in Frisco, Texas. Good news! There are a lot of options that you can take into consideration. The best ones still depend on certain factors on your end, including on budget, needs, and wants in a home. Let us take a look at the options on the best neighborhoods in Frisco.

  1. Newman Village

    This neighborhood is situated in the western part of the North Dallas Tollway. It is served by the Frisco Independent School District, which means that most of the children here go to either the Newman Elementary School, Lone Star High School, or Trent Middle School.

    This gated community has its main entrance right at the front of the
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