Neighborhoods and Communities
With a vision for the future, Hurst has plans to develop and redevelop three corridors of the city including open land. Current population for Hurst is approximately 38,500, and the average household income is estimated at over $75,000.

Mesquite covers 49 square miles and residents enjoy over 220 days of sunshine a year and an average daily temperature of 65 degrees. Approximately 138,000 people call Mesquite home and have a median family income of $61,363. Mesquite ISD educates more than 35,000 students at 45 campuses.

North Richland Hills
North Richland Hills offers attractive neighborhoods, excellent recreational programs, diverse businesses and industries, excellent medical services, convenient shopping, and a low crime rate. In 2006, North Richland Hills was named by Money magazine as one of the 100 “Best Places to Live” in the United States.

Nicknamed “The Telecom Corridor” because of the high concentration of telecommunications companies, Richardson is growing steadily. Urban amenities in a suburban setting provide a unique quality of life for the 100,000 plus residents and more than 5,000 businesses

From amazing outdoor parks to every range of retail, from nationally recognized schools to environmentally conscious neighborhoods, Allen residents enjoy a wholesome community atmosphere with something for everyone. Allen ranked 20th in Money magazine’s “Best Places to Live” in 2008.

Within 10 short years the population of Frisco has nearly tripled. The reason for this explosive growth is mainly due to the construction of the Dallas North Tollway which now cuts across FM 720, Frisco’s Main Street and connects to Highway 121. 67% of households are married couples with children and the median age is 33 years. Sports enthusiast can golf at 3 major courses, swim at the city Natatorium, watch the Double-A Texas Rangers affiliate or the FC Dallas major soccer club, and cycle of the Superdrome which is part of the United States Olympic training centers. If sports are what you love, Frisco is perfect for you.

McKinney’s population is energetic, affluent and well-educated. 48 percent of McKinney residents have college degrees while another 23 percent have attended – or are currently attending college. The median age is 31 and the estimated average household income is $94,000.
With McKinney’s remarkable growth has come new retail and restaurants which are shooting up regularly at Eldorado and US 75 and throughout the city’s west side.

Just a 20 mile drive up US-75 from Dallas leads you to the prosperous community of Plano. After experiencing a growth surge in the early 1990s, Plano became known as a fast growing city. Present day population is about 267,000. For cities with more than 100,000 residents, Plano has the lowest crime rate in all of Texas, due in part to the actively involved neighborhood crime watch groups. Plano has earned appearances on “Best Places to Live” and wealthiest city lists by Money magazine over the last decade and has the nickname Balloon Capital of Texas for the yearly balloon races that draw thousands of spectators.

Ennis is a thriving community of 19,223 people. Unique downtown architecture is recognized by the National Register of Historic Places and is retained through beautification programs. Quality public education is a top priority, Ennis High School has been named among the top 96 American High Schools by U.S. News & World Report Magazine and all four Ennis elementary schools are currently rated "Exemplary" by the Texas Education Agency.

The city of Terrell is located in Kaufman County approximately 25 miles east of Dallas on Interstate Highway 20 and U.S. Highway 80. Terrell is a community that looks to the future – without forgetting the past. Experience the charm of gracious older homes and shop in the modern outlet mall or turn of the century downtown.

Once a city built upon the cotton industry, Waxahachie has successfully moved into modern day industry but sustains its historic grandeur. This picturesque city has even been the backdrop for many Hollywood films. With a population just over 30,000 and a healthy average growth rate of 3.7%, Waxahachie will continue to prosper as million dollar developments are funded.

Lancaster is fast becoming the region’s newest logistics center with development of the Dallas Logistics Hub, a 6,600 acre project utilizing the easy access of major interstate highways, rail systems and general aviation airport. This project will create new jobs making Lancaster a prime employment center. Average home prices are $115,950 and average rent for an apartment is $618.

In its more than 100 years Mansfield has developed from a rural, farming community to a bustling suburban city of more than 50,000 people. With a quality of life considered to be one of the best in the Metroplex, Mansfield offers more than 240 acres of beautiful parkland, a historic downtown area, recreational opportunities for young and old, superior rated schools, quality housing and a growing business community.

Mineral Wells
Mineral Wells is a diverse and spirited community located in Palo Pinto and Parker counties. The area boasts excellent employment and business opportunities, and the stunning landscapes can turn tourists into residents. Plenty of water sports can be enjoyed at Lake Palo Pinto, Possum Kingdom Lake and Lake Mineral Wells.

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