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Why don't I include homes for sale in all the 270 cities that make up the Greater DFW Metroplex here on this website? Because real estate is local... You deserve to work with someone who knows where to get the dog groomed, has spoken to the school principal, and understands the highs and lows of a particular neighborhood's market value. If you're interested in an area far outside the scope of those listed above and below just give me a call. I'm glad to research and help you find the best darn agent in that area for your situation. - Cindy
Alliance Area Real Estate
Alliance Texas is a master planned region developed by Hillwood, a company recognized as one to the country's top developers. The 17,000 acre Alliance Texas project is a high profile public-private venture encompassing single family communities, golf courses, and regional malls along with corporate campuses, distribution centers, and the Alliance Airport. Talk about a diverse planned community! And like past Hillwood Developments, Alliance is turning out to be top-notch all the way.
Colleyville Area Real Estate
Quiet, up-scale residential neighborhoods, top-rated schools, plus an easy commute to the DFW International Airport and surrounding areas. Those are just a few of the features that make up the unique blend that is Colleyville. And those same features make the city popular with home buyers. Money Magazine named Colleyville one of "100 Best Towns in America", and that doesn't surprise folks familiar with Colleyville's attractive lifestyle.
Grapevine Area Real Estate
Life's a celebration in Grapevine, and residents love that there is always something going on in this vibrant little town. If a ride from the Cotton Belt Railroad Depot in an antique steam locomotive isn't your style, you could always check out the new vintage release from one of Grapevine's wineries. The fact that this little city sits at the confluence of 7 major highways and enjoys top-notch schools is just icing on the cake for home buyers considering homes for sale in Grapevine.
Haslet Area Real Estate
How small is the population of Haslet? About 1/2 the size of many area high schools... But Haslet's stature grows every day just like its population. Haslet sits right on the doorstep of the Alliance Corridor, so there are plenty of jobs coming to the area. And of course jobs bring people. One of the lowest tax rates and the some of the best schools the area coupled with 1/2 acre lot minimums appeals to many Metroplex house hunters. The future State Highway 170 will provide easy access, too.
Keller Area Real Estate
Keller has grown from a mere 5000 residents in 1980 to over 40,000 today. But the charming locally owned businesses and the landmark windmill that line historic Old Town Keller's Main Street make one wonder if the residents of this laid back, former railroad stop got the memo... Keller may be one of the fastest growing areas of the Metroplex, but it still manages to garner national attention for quality of life by winning multiple "Top Places to Live" awards year after year.
North Fort Worth Area Real Estate
From western cowboy to cowboy chic, trendy to luxury, historical to sparkling new, home buyers are discovering the North Ft. Worth area's wide variety of lifestyle choices. As the fifth largest city in Texas, Fort Worth has grown in different directions at different times. The northern portion is generally north of Highway 820 both east and west of I-35. And while Fort Worth is affectionately referred to as "Cowtown" by people who live there, this northern edge is more about shiny and new.
North Richland Hills Area Real Estate
Have you taken a look at North Richland Hills lately? High end homes and shopping are popping up everywhere. Highway 26 that runs through town has been christened "Boulevard 26" and stylish strip centers line the street. It seems North Richland Hills has decided to pull out all the stops in attracting new higher end businesses and families to the city. And it's succeeding in a big way as evidenced by North Richland Hills' wide variety of higher end new home choices.
Roanoke Area Real Estate
Roanoke was a cattle center in its early days, but now "city folk" are close to outnumbering the cattle. Roanoke was named the "Unique Dining Capital of Texas", so be sure and try out some of the city's 40 restaurants which mainly populate the thriving downtown area. And be sure to stop by the Visitor Center and Museum to see local artifacts and discover more of Roanoke's colorful past. It's located in the original 1886 Silver Spur Saloon.
Southlake Area Real Estate
"Perfect City, USA." That's how D Magazine describes Southlake, and residents couldn't agree more. Nearing build-out, the rush is on for some of the last land available in this upper crust enclave. Home buyers appreciate the availability of large lots, well plannned neighborhoods, unsurpassed shopping and arguably the best schools in the Metroplex.
Trophy Club Area Real Estate
In 1973 Houston developers approached the Westlake Town Council about constructing Texas' first premier planned community centered around a country club. Golf great Ben Hogan was commissioned to design the golf course (the only one he ever designed) and construction began on the 27 hole golf course, country club and community. Trophy Club was originally planned as a retirement community, but luckily, plans change... Now everyone can enjoy the ambiance of this "country club community".
Westlake Area Real Estate
The seven square miles of rolling terrain that make up the Town of Westlake sit conveniently off highway 114 just minutes northwest of D/FW Airport and just east of Fort Worth's Alliance airport. Westlake's 700 or so residents enjoy a rural atmosphere just a stones throw away from the upscale shopping in Southlake. In addition to a lovely setting, residents enjoy the title of the country's "Most Affluent Town" from Forbes Magazine. The cost of admission? Usually well over $1,000,000.
Have questions about real estate you want answered? Even if you aren't planning to buy or sell for years, I hope you'll feel comfortable calling me to talk about your unique real estate situation. I'd love the opportunity to become your agent long before you actually need one. -Cindy Allen
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