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Wondering Where To Buy A Home In The Dallas-Ft. Worth Area?

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There are so many cities and outlying suburbs in the Dallas-Ft. Worth area it’s hard to choose where exactly it is you want to buy a home. While Dallas is one of the hottest destinations for homeowners in the U.S. today, there’s a lot of information you need to know in terms of quality schools, property taxes, home values, crime rates and more. We’ve included some of the best places to purchase your dream home below to help you make an informed decision.

Frisco is highly popular among those searching for a home because of the Frisco ISD school district, diversity, nightlife, good grade in terms of crime/safety and more. With plentiful job opportunities and a focus on healthy lifestyles, Frisco is the ideal location for families with a population of nearly 146,000.

Preston Highlands is a small neighborhood of just about 4,400 located in Dallas, one that offers excellence when it comes to schools, jobs, diversity, commute times, family housing and activities for active families because of its location. If you prefer not to live smack in the middle of a bustling, busy city but just on it’s edge, this is the perfect community.

With a population that’s not too big but not too small at almost 22,000, Prestonwood is a Dallas neighborhood that has more people who own their homes than rent. With an urban feel and median home values that range around $320,000 or so, Prestonwood is the ideal spot for families who are looking for great public schools, diversity, a focus on health and fitness, low crime rates, nightlife and a relatively low cost of living.

Flower Mound is an upscale suburb of Dallas with a population of about 70,000, one that scores high in terms of education, jobs, housing, a healthy lifestyle and safety. Offering a suburban feel and considered one of the top 15 suburbs to purchase a home in the state based on U.S. Census and other expert statistics, Flower Mound residents have a median household income of just under $124,000.

These are just a few of the suburbs and neighborhoods in the DFW area you may be interested in. Others that rank high include Wilshire Heights, White Rock Valley, Allen, Coppell, Trophy Club and Plano, to name a few. There are so many places that offer an enhanced living experience it’s hard to choose!

At Team Nelson part of our job as DFW real estate professionals is to help you find not only the perfect home, but the ideal community for couples and families of all ages in terms of education, employment, safety, activities and more. Give us a call today and make the process of finding your dream home easier!

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