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Addison

With more restaurants per capita than any other city west of the Mississippi, Addison is known as “The Restaurant Capital of Texas”.

Allen

Residents of Allen enjoy close proximity to such points of interest as Lake Lavon, just east of Allen, with 11 parks and over 100 miles of shoreline.

Argyle

Many homes in Argyle, Texas include enough acreage to provide more of a country estate lifestyle.

Balch Springs

When John Balch settled here with his family in the 1850s near the springs that never ran dry, there’s no way he could have foreseen this bucolic paradise would grow to become an urban oasis, with large oak trees, cottage homes, and ranch-sized lots. The area still has close ties to its rural roots, and is full of small town pride.

Bridgeport

Set against the natural beauty of the Trinity River, the city of Bridgeport is the second largest city in Wise County, and offers outstanding amenities for families and empty nesters alike. Known as a friendly bedroom community that offers a little bit of everything and a sense of community, it’s not surprising that housing prices here – even in a depressed national market – have appreciated about 9 percent in the last year.

Carrollton

Located northwest of Dallas, Carrollton is an older, established community with diverse neighborhoods that are the cornerstone of the city’s character. The wide variety of housing, community partnerships and activities enhance residents’ lifestyles. The city’s gently rolling hills are marked with a mixture of older and newer homes, as well as an increasing number of major corporations and a recent explosion of retail centers.

Cedar Hill

Accessibility, location and excellent quality of life make Cedar Hill one of the fastest growing cities in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. Less than 20 minutes from downtown Dallas, Cedar Hill offers breathtaking landscapes of the Metroplex, Joe Pool Lake and Cedar Hill State Park.

Dallas

Dallas is a cultural crossroads that prides itself upon its cosmopolitan appeal. The city’s slogan, Live Large, Think Big, encompasses a broad world that embraces this larger than life motto. The ninth largest city in the U.S., Dallas is a virtual Mecca for the arts, with a thriving museum scene, diversity of music, regional theatre scene, and a reputation as a top film production center.

Denton

Denton is one of the fastest growing metropolitan areas in the country. Denton calls itself the creative and intellectual capital of North Texas – the city’s competitive advantage rests primarily in its academic institutions: the University of North Texas and Texas Woman’s University.

Duncanville

Accessible from I-20, Highway 67 and I-35, Duncanville is only minutes from downtown Dallas and just 20 minutes from Fort Worth. Duncanville is home to friendly neighborhoods; affordable housing; quality schools and athletic programs. In short, Duncanville offers the right amount of small town quality with perfect accessibility to big city employment and entertainment.

Fort Worth

Fort Worth, or “Cowtown” as those who live here call it, is working hard to keep its homegrown roots – even as it tops lists as the fastest-growing large city in Texas (2011). Yet, Fort Worth has kept its old-fashioned values, celebrating its colorful Old West heritage as it has grown to become a city full of opportunity.

Frisco

The city of Frisco, Texas continues to grow at an ever increasing speed, being named as the 2nd fastest growing city in the nation!

Grand Prairie

Established and new neighborhoods combined with a progressive attitude make Grand Prairie equally attractive to businesses and new residents. Grand Prairie is only minutes south of DFW airport, and offers relaxation, family fun, friendly neighbors and a smart place to live and do business.

Keller

Just 15 miles northeast of downtown Fort Worth and 25 miles northwest of downtown Dallas, Keller is located in the middle of one of the fastest growing areas of the metroplex. Only eight miles west of DFW Airport and four miles east of Alliance Airport, Keller’s outstanding transportation accessibility puts the city in a prime position for growth.

Lewisville

When the city charter was adopted in 1962, Lewisville’s biggest draw was the fact that it offered a 23,000-acre lake barely 20 minutes from the hustle and bustle of downtown Dallas. Education is a high priority and point of pride, with more than 40 public and private schools, two universities and one college nearby.

Mansfield

With a rich 115-year history, Mansfield is entering the 21st century as a former rural farming town transformed into a bustling community of high quality homes, exemplary schools, extensive recreational activities and numerous retail and shopping opportunities. Yet even with its growing population, Mansfield still maintains its hometown feel.

McKinney

Long ranked as one of the top cities to live in the U.S., McKinney is a mix of old and the new – a strong historical heritage combined with contemporary lifestyle.

Mesquite

Mesquite embodies Texas mystique, representing the Texas of yesterday, today and tomorrow. The big city with the small-town attitude is home to everything from high-tech computer companies to the ultimate cowboy competition.

Plano

Located 19 miles north of Dallas, Plano is home to a nationally recognized public school system and a host of internationally known events like the Plano Hot Air Balloon Festival. The city is also home to many information technology and telecommunications companies, including EDS, JCPenney, Frito-Lay, and Dr Pepper/Cadbury, among others.

Prosper

Noted on multiple “best suburbs” lists, Prosper is a quiet community that has experienced a true growth explosion in recent years. Sports figure Deion Sanders built a $21 million home here for his family, and other sports stars and celebrities have chosen to relocate here for the large tracts of land and quiet lifestyle.

Red Oak

Red Oak is a relaxed suburban community located on the southern edge of Dallas along I-35E – just 20 minutes from downtown Dallas and five minutes from I-20. Red Oak offers the advantages of suburban living as well as the convenience of urban shopping, and the quiet atmosphere provides opportunities for relaxed family enjoyment.

Southlake

The city of Southlake, Texas began its history back in 1866. This first plot of homestead land in Southlake was located on what is now Dove Road, and consisted of 360 acres. Settlers from Dade County, Georgia founded White’s Chapel Church, located at Southlake Boulevard and White Chapel Boulevard, in 1871.

Wylie

With it lush landscapes, flourishing housing market, and an award-winning school system, Wylie attracts both residents and businesses looking for a small-town environment that also has easy access to big city amenities.
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