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Homes for Sale
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Texas homes for sale offer buyers a good quality of life in some of the best neighborhoods in the country. The greater Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) area is particularly full of such places, with cities like Plano, Carrollton, Denton, and North Richland Hills being listed in the top 100 Best Places to Live in the United States by CNN in 2006. Keller and Grapevine received that title as small towns in 2007.
The Real Estate
Buyers have a wide range of real estate available in DFW, ranging from single-family homes with several thousand square feet to cozy condos no bigger than a small apartment.”…Buyers have a wide range of real estate available in DFW, ranging from single-family homes with several thousand square feet to cozy condos no bigger than a small apartment..” Towns like Southlake and Colleyville, Texas are among the wealthiest in the region, with many luxury homes and developments. On the flip side, several zip codes in Dallas and Fort Worth have some of the most affordable prices in the nation.
No matter where buyers want to settle in Texas, there are several important factors to consider when determining which piece of real estate to buy. This includes things like how much house the buyer can afford, how much space is needed for the buyer’s family or business purposes, and how far the buyer will have to commute to his or her job. It is also critical to consider the quality of the local schools, as well as how well the city’s real estate has retained its value over the years. David Winans Better Homes & Gardens Real Estate (reachable online or at the following numbers: 972-774-9888, 817-540-2905, or 800-836-4374) can help Texas buyers figure out the answers to all these questions, as well as aid them in locating real estate homes for sale.