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Door.com helps you find the newest real estate listings in Dallas, TX. When you find a property you like, schedule a showing with one of your licensed agents. Buying with Door means you buy with confidence. Our agents transact, on average, 10X more homes than your typical real estate agent, while still providing an unrivaled experience. In Dallas, TX, you have many neighborhoods to choose from which is why we've assembled a list of our favorites in our blog post, Top 5 Best Neighborhoods in Dallas TX.
The Dallas metroplex is filled with quality suburbs to choose from. Here are five of the best locations, according to resident surveys.
Plano: Plano was recently named the Happiest City in the U.S. by WalletHub.com. Located 20 miles outside of Dallas, the suburb landed in the top 10 in each of the three umbrella factors the study looked at: emotional and physical well-being, income and employment, and community and environment.
University Park: Home to Southern Methodist University, University Park is located four miles outside of Dallas and is considered one of the most affluent places in Texas based on per capita income. In fact, it was revealed to be the 2nd wealthiest city in the United States in 2018 by data from the American Community Survey.
Garland: Garland is a popular suburb for younger, first-time homebuyers, and those who enjoy outdoor activities. The Spring Creek Forest Preserve offers hiking opportunities, eco-friendly gardening and guided walks, and residents can travel nine miles to the east to go fishing or boating on Lake Ray Hubbard.
Richardson: Richardson boasts the easiest commute to Downtown Dallas with just a 20-minute drive down the highway. However, some would argue that it’s the unique cuisine of Richardson that is pulling young homebuyers to the city. With a robust Asian food district as well as a large Indian and Mediterranean food scene, there is plenty for foodies to enjoy.
Frisco: Frisco was named the fastest-growing city in 2017, as well as “Tree City USA” by the National Arbor Day Foundation for its efforts in highlighting the importance of urban forestry. As mentioned before, the city is rich with sporting events with the Dallas Rattlers and FC Dallas, as well as three other minor teams.
Dallas has been touted by real estate analytical experts as the number one market to watch in 2019. This prediction is based on high rental demand, reasonable property prices, job growth and real estate appreciation.
Dallas, Texas is the third-largest city in the Lone Star State and the largest landlocked metropolitan area in the country. Founded in 1841, the ultra-modern metroplex is filled with gorgeous art, professional sports and cultural attractions, bringing in an increasing number of visitors every year. In fact, a record-breaking 27.2 million tourists strolled the streets of “Triple-D” in 2017.
Among other notable achievements, Dallas boasts the largest urban arts district in the United States and an airport that is larger than Manhattan (yes, the big island in New York).
The Arts District, which spans over 20 blocks and encompasses 60 acres, is at the center of Downtown Dallas’ cultural hub. The walkable area features a diverse collection of award-winning museums including the Dallas Museum of Art and The Perot Museum of Nature and Science, as well as performing arts venues, unique restaurants and bars, an even an acclaimed arts magnet school to inspire and cultivate future artists.
Although the Cowboys are America’s Team, the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex is home to teams in six major sports, so there’s no shortage of fan-driven passion no matter what your game is.
The Dallas Mavericks play at the American Airlines Center in Downtown Dallas and have enjoyed one of the largest NBA fanbases in the United States. The venue is shared with the Dallas Stars, an NHL team, who helped popularize hockey in the region.
The Dallas Cowboys and the MLB team the Texas Rangers are both located in Arlington, a suburb of Dallas. The Cowboys are the most valuable sports franchise in the U.S., as well as the world, worth $2.3 billion. The Rangers made consecutive appearances in the World Series in 2010 and 2011.
Is lacrosse more your thing? How about soccer? Dallas has you covered. MLL team the Dallas Rattlers and MLS team FC Dallas both play in the Dallas suburb of Frisco.
Those visiting Dallas in the fall can also catch a glimpse of Big Tex, a 55-foot cowboy, at the Texas State Fair. The biggest event in Dallas has been held at Fair Park for 132 years and attracts an average of 3 to 3.5 million people annually. Visitors can grab a “corny dog” or deep-fried turkey leg and enjoy exhibits spanning from “painting to cooking, designing to inventing, and everything in between,” according to the fair’s website.