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Keller, TX

Keller's population was a mere 8000 in 1980.  Today, at around 45,000 residents, Keller is near build-out.  Tree-lined streets and an extensive park and trail system give the city a friendly charm. The fact that the city has grown almost goes unnoticed by new residents seeking a small-town, welcoming vibe.  Keller's warmth and spirit garner national attention for quality of life, earning the city multiple "Top Places to Live" awards year after year.

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National Recognition for Keller's High Quality of Life

Located in one of the fastest growing areas of the DFW Metroplex, Keller started gaining national attention when MONEY magazine named the city to its "Best Places to Live" list of small U.S. towns.

MONEY magazine only highlighted what Keller home buyers already know. Keller offers big-city conveniences and amenities while showcasing the best of its small-town roots.

We moved to Keller just 3 years ago when we decided to get out of the cold of the Northeast. We could have lived in almost any area of the Metroplex but chose Keller because of the parks and greenbelts, and it felt friendly and welcoming. The homes are a bit older, but they're typically custom and lots of them offer larger lots and more trees than other cities we looked at.

- Janelle Edendale -
Homeowners in Keller's Highland Oaks Neighborhood

The strength of the city's excellent economy, admired public schools, and low crime rates are just a few factors contributing to Keller's high quality of life. They go a long way in solidifying the city as a desirable location for home buyers.

Keller is an easy drive to major business hubs, including employers like TD Ameritrade, Charles Schwab, Fidelity Investments, FedEx, and Sabre Holdings. These companies within the nearby Alliance area's "Golden Corridor" have helped Keller's population triple since 1990.

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Discovering Keller Real Estate

When it comes to the Keller housing market, there's plenty to get excited about.  The town offers homes on acreage lots.  You'll find garden homes on smaller lots.  Master-planned communities that include neighborhood pools and trails are popular Keller housing options, too.

Home buyers also have plenty of choices of homes for sale in Keller with inground pools, 3-car garages, and everything in between. It is a bit more difficult finding new homes for sale in Keller, due to the lack of open land in the city. Single family homes make up the vast majority of homes for sale in Keller. 

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Homes for Sale in Some of the Best Keller Neighborhoods

You'll find volume builder homes as well as high-end custom real estate within the Keller city border. The Northern side of Keller includes neighborhoods with larger lots, several of them dating from the mid-1980s.  You'll find volume builder master planned communities often constructed in the mid to late 1990s.

Custom home neighborhoods have been built in Keller throughout the city's history. More traditional suburban homes can be found in well-established neighborhoods, some on larger lots. There are some affordable home options, but there are also executive luxury homes in Keller.

Considering a Move to Keller?

If you're considering relocating to Keller, TX, be sure to download our free Homebuyers Guide.  It may answer a few of your questions and perhaps help you discover a few things you hadn't even considered when buying a home.

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As a local real estate agent, I have extensive knowledge of the current Keller real estate market and can answer your home buying and selling questions.  I look forward to showing you the city from a local point of view.   At DFWMoves we're committed to making your Keller move experience exceptional.

Cindy Allen, Keller Realtor
About the Author

After 30 years working for well-known real estate firms, Cindy wanted a better way to do business for her clients. With the creation of DFWmoves, Cindy can tailor services specifically for each client, giving them the personalized approach they deserve.  Her knowledge and no-pressure approach has led to her being voted a Top Favorite real estate agent by readers of the Ft. Worth Star-Telegram, recognition as a Top Agent by Top Producers Magazine, and inclusion as a Top Realtor by Ft. Worth Magazine.  You'll also see Cindy quoted in national publications like the Redfin and Realtor. com blogs.

Real Estate and Homes for Sale Keller Texas 76248

Keller home owners live in Tarrant County. While 76248 is the main Keller zip code, a small section of Northern Keller is in the 76262 zip code boundary.

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