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Little Forest Hills is an Austin-esque neighborhood that boasts a great location in a corner of East Dallas, near White Rock Lake and Dallas Arboretum.

The neighborhood's slogan, "Keep Little Forest Hill Funky", was borrowed from Austin's slogan "Keep Austin Weird". In comparison to other neighborhoods in Dallas, Little Forest Hills prides itself on being a bit peculiar, and funkier.

Drawn to the colorful exteriors that line the streets, creatives, local artists and musicians find the heavily treed neighborhood attractive. What's more, easy access to the many attractions of White Rock Lake makes this location hard to beat.

The secret to real estate success is location, and real estate agents embrace a similar ethos. Whether you’re seeking a

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Mercer Crossing is a residential community in Farmers Branch, Texas, that offers an exclusive, affordable opportunity to live in a home near the Las Colinas neighborhood.

This unique community is part of the initial phase of an ambitious master-planned community that will comprise shopping, dining, a workout facility, a community pool, as well as hike and bike trails. The unbeatable location combines luxurious living and community amenities to provide quality housing with a wide range of designs and prices.

Unlike other planned communities that are filled with identical cookie-cutter houses, Mercer Crossing is designed to create innovative and inspiring new home designs.

Join us on a brief tour of the Mercer Crossing neighborhood and

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Family-friendly, excellent housing, local schools, shopping, and entertainment among others are some of the many reasons why buyers choose to live in a certain place.

That said, if you’re searching for the best place to live the good life in North Texas, you should consider taking a tour of Rockwall, Texas. One of the biggest draw to Rockwall and the first thing you'll notice when driving across the 4-mile-long Lake Ray Hubbard Bridge from Dallas is the waterfront Harbor District.

In this article, we will discuss the many reasons Rockwall is a popular destination and why it could be the perfect fit for you. If you want to enjoy a sparse suburban feel in a beautiful neighborhood, our Rockwall-savvy agents can help you find the perfect home to suit

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Peak's Addition is a Historic District that was the earliest developed part of East Dallas. Established in the 1850s, Peak's Addition is Dallas' fourteenth historic district.

The development of Peak's Addition is peculiar in that it features three distinct architectural styles. Furthermore, the area showcases one of the highest concentrations of Victorian homes in Dallas.

From its railroad boom of the 1800s that saw it become the commercial and transportation hub of North Texas, Peak's Addition is one of the few preserved pockets of historic areas that are still standing in Old East Dallas. Whether you are a first-time buyer looking for a starter home, or you just want to settle in a locale rich in history, our real estate agents are ready to

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Every once in a while, people entertain the idea of having a fresh start away from the hustle and bustle of city life. Having the ideal location in mind will allow you to plan your future and fulfill your wish of owning a beautiful home.

Are you in search of affluent but affordable housing, along with an authentic downtown atmosphere, and excellent local schools? Look no further than Plano. Located in North Texas, the suburban town of Plano is renowned for its excellent quality of life, wide roads lined with mature trees, excellent city services, and exquisite homes.

In this guide, we will share the pros and cons of living in Plano, and if you decide to move to the area, you can rely on our able agents to help you find a property that fits

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When it comes to housing and lifestyle, the wish list for singles and professionals is different from those with families.

Several factors must be considered when choosing the right place to live. But finding the right neighborhood that matches your current stage of life is easier said than done.

Getting to know Dallas means getting familiar with different parts of the city that offer a great location and a fair price point. Whether you're looking to live closer to downtown or want to try the single life in the suburbs, Dallas offers some of the best places to live in Texas.

Are you an empty nester looking for peace, and quiet? Or a single professional working in Dallas? Our real estate agents can help you make yourself at home in the top 5

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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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Located in Tarrant County is the small city of Southlake.

With a population of over 30,000 people, Southlake has had a consistent growth of new residents over the past 5 years. Although it’s situated in the Dallas Fort Worth area, Southlake has carved out an identity as one of the wealthiest ZIP codes in the country.

Enjoy the charm of a small-town community with festivals and pep rallies along with the perks of a big city including high-end shopping and dining. Are you looking to put down family roots in Texas, invest in rentals, or just vacation? To help you make the decision that best suits you, this blog will cover the pros and cons of living in Dallas.

For buyers seeking a great place to set down family roots in Texas, our real estate

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The medium-sized town of Flower Mound is located on the shores of Grapevine Lake in the DFW Metroplex.

Comprising 15 constituent neighborhoods, Flower Mound is home to approximately 80,000 people. The family-oriented suburb is the 51st largest community in Texas.

Widely popular for a combination of luxury real estate and affordable homes for sale, Flower Mound possesses a small-town country vibe alongside a booming economy.

Boasting a central location between Downtown Fort Worth and Downtown Dallas, commuting in Flower Mound is a breeze.

If you're planning on putting down roots in the area, VIP Realty can help you identify a property that is suitable to your needs.

Buying Property in Flower Mound

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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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