Recently ranked 7th in Money Magazine “Top 100 Best Places to Live,” Keller has a low crime rate, outstanding school district that’s highly rated by the TEA (Texas Education Agency), a comprehensive park system and a variety of housing. From modern apartments over retail in the heart of town to 5-acre horse-friendly homes you are sure to find a perfect fit. If you are moving here from other states, you’ll be pleasantly surprised at how far your money goes in the Texas housing market.
This community is home to 31,824 people within 22.5 square miles located in North Tarrant County. Southlake is the proud home of Southlake Town Square, the Carroll Dragons, Bicentennial Park, the Bob Jones Nature Center, and is considered one of the safest places to live in the country. To top it off, Southlake's school district, Carroll ISD, is one of the highest rated school districts in the state.
Colleyville is a community in the heart of the D/FW Metroplex. Residents say they move here for its rural feel and the proximity to modern luxuries including a variety of shops, restaurants and services.
Colleyville started as a community of neighborhoods and continues that quiet, friendly, and charming atmosphere as a municipality, despite being just minutes away from D/FW Airport.
Historic Grapevine is centrally located between Dallas and Fort Worth is a go-to destination when planning a vacation or a meeting in North Texas! Grapevine-Colleyville Independent School District rankings stand #21 out of 995 ISD’s in Texas, by TEA (Texas Education Agency). Step back in time in Historic Downtown Grapevine with its collection of charming shops, restaurants, and art galleries. Enjoy fantastic hotels and resorts, great attractions for the entire family, exquisite winery tasting rooms, world-class festivals and events, shopping, outstanding dining at over 200 restaurants, a wide variety of outdoor recreational activities and more.
H-E-B [Hurst, Euless, and Bedford]
With its close proximity to DFW, the cities of Hurst, Euless, and Bedford offer quick access to numerous science and history museums, established arts districts and galleries, professional music venues, nightlife and more. The area offers hundreds of quality golf courses and an abundant offering of tennis centers, parks, recreational centers, lakes for boating and fishing, and athletic centers. Area attractions keep families entertained at Six Flags Over Texas, Texas State Parks, summer water parks, the award-winning Fort Worth Zoo, the Dallas Zoo, wildlife refuge centers and more. Hurst-Euless-Bedford Independent School District is also recognized as #6 out of 1,021 school districts, for the best ISDs for athletes in Texas.
North Richland Hills
In 2016, North Richland Hills was recognized by the Dallas Morning News as one of the 10 best neighborhoods in DFW. The newspaper scored more than 300 communities in Collin, Dallas, Denton, Rockwall, and Tarrant counties on several factors including safety from crime, affordability of homes, good schools, well maintained and quiet neighborhoods, rising home values, pet-friendliness, places to shop and things to do, commute, walkability, trees and landscaping, and parks and green spaces.
Trophy Club’s unique history helped shape the town into the beautiful, safe, and well-maintained community oasis that it is today. Over the years Trophy Club has developed from a small, golf-centric, rural getaway for Dallas executives and retirees into a premiere North Texas residential community. As the first master planned community in Texas, Trophy Club features over 1,000 acres of parks and 36 holes of golf winding through neighborhoods and environmentally secure woodlands.
North Fort Worth
One of the fastest growing areas in Fort Worth, the Alliance Airport corridor follows IH 35 north from Basswood Boulevard to FM407. Filled with terrific shopping, a variety of restaurants, exemplary schools, and affordable housing, North Fort Worth is the choice of many newcomers who are relocating to Texas.