Dallas Fort Worth Residential Real Estate
If you are relocating to the Dallas area and considering buying a home, you probably have a lot of questions, such as ...
- What are the Dallas Fort Worth cities and towns that make up the DFW metroplex and how do they differ?
- Where in Dallas Fort Worth are the best places to buy a home?
- Which are the best school districts in the greater Dallas area and where are the best neighborhood schools?
- Which are the best high schools, best middle schools and best elementary schools?
- What are the most desirable Dallas area neighborhoods?
- How far is it from various Dallas suburbs to the most frequently traveled to driving destinations and how long does it take to drive to them?
- What are the property tax rates in the various cities and towns in the metroplex?
Both my experience as a real estate agent and the on-going analyses I do regarding the Dallas Fort Worth housing market show that upscale home buyers are most likely to select the north Dallas suburbs and park cities/north Dallas areas as DFW's best places to live. Much of my analysis can be accessed by clicking on the Best places to live tab on the top navigation menu bar shown on all pages of this website. If you are using a mobile phone or tablet, the navigation menu bar is displayed by tapping the menu icon shown at the top of the page to the right of my phone number.
Clicking on the Featured communities tab on this navigation menu provides access to additional, specific real estate and school information about the north Dallas suburban cities, towns and areas that generally are acknowledged to be among the top places in the Dallas area to buy a home. Clicking on these Argyle area, Colleyville, Coppell, Flower Mound, Frisco, Grapevine, Highland Park, Highland Village, Keller, north Dallas, Prosper, Southlake, Trophy Club, University Park, west Plano and Westlake community page links provide up-to-date analyses of the housing market in north Dallas and the north Dallas suburbs featured on this website.
Please also take advantage of one of the most advanced Dallas area MLS search toolsets available on the internet. Either a quick search bar or a predefined property search is displayed on all pages of this website, except the property description pages. The quick search bar, shown at the top of this page, is especially useful when you want more information about a property and have only limited information to identify it, like its MLS number or the street on which it is located. Predefined property searches, which are embedded in the content of all other site pages, can be modified to construct and save your own custom selections. You also can click on the Search tab on the site navigation bar to access a full-featured MLS search form on which you can choose from a wide range of mapping, keyword and numeric search parameters. However you frame your search, all current DFW metroplex listings will be scanned and the properties that meet your specific selection parameters will be displayed. Registration is not required and there are no advertisements or paid placement "featured" listings.
Pages that describe my business experience and how I work with my clients are under the About tab.
About this website
This website has been designed to be especially useful for people who are moving to the Dallas area and considering where they may want to buy a home. DFW homes for sale listings are, of course, updated throughout the day. Market information on pages like Frisco homes for sale is updated monthly. Most pages included in the Best places to live section, such as DFW best school districts and DFW best places to buy a home, are updated as new information becomes available, and at a minimum, annually.
The term neighborhood unfortunately is ill defined and often means different things to different people. Since this website is all about residential real estate and because MLS locality searches are only defined by two parameters, municipality and subdivision, the words neighborhood and subdivision are used interchangeably on this website. The words community, area and place are used on this website to describe a group of neighborhoods, a section of a city or town, a city or town, or a group of cities and towns, and also are used interchangeably.
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Looking for an experienced real estate agent to assist you in buying an upscale home in the DFW area?
If you are looking for a uniquely qualified buyer's agent who works personally with each of his clients, please call 972 355-3511 or send me an e-mail and let's talk about how I can assist you. If you will be coming from outside the Dallas Fort Worth area and want me to show you houses while you are here, please call me before finalizing your travel plans.