Discovering the Best Places to Live in DFW
Moving to the DFW area?
You’re not alone.
On average, more than 200 people are moving to the Dallas-Fort Worth area every day – that’s a lot of growth!
Plus, last year over 117,000 jobs were added to the DFW job market, so the economy is growing right along with the population.
So if you’ve decided to take the plunge and move here, it’s safe to say you’ve made a great (and popular!) decision.
Now – what are you going to do about housing?
What are some of the best places to live in DFW?
Moving to a new area can be confusing at best and stressful at worst. That’s why I’ve put together a list of some of the best places to live in DFW.
Ranked as one of America’s highest earning cities in 2015, Southlake boasts a population of over 25,000 – 71.2% of which bring in over $100,000 a year. But Southlake is more than just an affluent area. The city is home to one of the top ranking school districts in the state of Texas – Carroll ISD. Additionally, you’ll find beautiful parks and recreation areas, an amazing downtown, great restaurants, superb shopping, and so much more.
Regularly acknowledged as one of the best places to live in DFW by D Magazine, Trophy Club is a great area for those looking for a family-friendly lifestyle. A well-established community, Trophy Club has been around since the 1970s and has continued to experience regular population growth throughout the years. The area is home to great outdoors spaces, including parks and golf courses, with the Trophy Club Country Club ranking as one of the best golf courses in DFW.
If you’re an outdoors enthusiast then you’ll love the Grapevine, Texas area. From countless mountain biking and hiking trails to the picturesque marinas, boat launch areas and recreational areas along the Lake Grapevine lakeshore, Grapevine truly has something for everyone looking to experience the outdoors lifestyle. Plus, the historic downtown area is home to quaint shops, delicious restaurants, regular festivals, weekend farmers’ markets, and elaborate Christmas celebrations. Family-friendly and located right in the heart of DFW, Grapevine is a great place to live.
Just around the corner from Grapevine, Flower Mound sits to the north of Lake Grapevine. Established as a DFW suburb in the 1960s, Flower Mound has experienced regular yearly population growth and is now home to over 64,000 residents. Much like Grapevine, the area is known for its parks and outdoor spaces. It is also conveniently located in the heart of the DFW metroplex, not far from the DFW airport. The area is very family-friendly, welcoming, and would be an excellent place to settle in DFW.
Colleyville is another great DFW suburb located right in the heart of the metroplex and near the DFW airport. Similar to Southlake, Colleyville is an affluent area with 67.9% of the population bringing in over $100,000 (it also made the list of America’s highest earning cities in 2015). The area is a family-friendly with great parks, outdoor spaces, shopping, restaurants and more. It’s a great place to live in DFW.
Overall, Texas is a great place to live and raise a family. Any of these areas would be wonderful choices.
If you need help finding the perfect fit for you and your family, or if you’re looking for a realtor to help guide you through the home buying process, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with me.
You can send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or give me a call at 972-971-6901 – I’d be happy to help!
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