One of the attractions of Dallas, Texas is its wonderful communities. Being the ninth largest city in the United States and the fourth largest city in Texas, Dallas is prime real estate. There are many highlights to Dallas such as a diverse range of living lifestyles, the arts, cuisine, shopping, entertainment and business. Dallas attracts many homebuyers and investors offering wonderful investments that continue to rise in value.
Dallas offers some of the most charming and established neighborhoods, securing investments and offering a wonderful way of life. Neighborhoods that are of exceptional value include:
University Park: University Park is a small town with most of the resident’s well-educated professionals. University Park offers many styles of living including single family homes, town homes, condos and apartments. University Park is considered one of Dallas’ finest neighborhoods and offers a range of cultural, shopping, recreational and business activities. University Park also houses the Southern Methodist University and is a city within the municipality of Dallas. Homes range in price from $140,000 and go into the millions.
Highland Park: Another small community in Dallas, Highland Park is one of the most desired neighborhoods Dallas has to offer. Highland Park is the 40th wealthiest neighborhood in the United States and the third wealthiest city in Texas by per capita income and the second best educated city. For young professionals the town is very attractive offering many highlights such as community amenities, parks and recreation, shopping and restaurants. Home range from the $200,000s into the millions.
Richardson: Richardson is unique with many of its residents being engineers and computer specialists. Real estate includes both luxury properties and affordable properties. Close to shopping, fine restaurants and entertainment the area is considered to be one of Dallas’ more sought after neighborhoods. In 2007 Richardson was awarded the 69th safest city in America title. In 2008, Money Magazine ranked Richardson as the 28th best place to live in the United States by Money magazine ranking it the best place to live in Texas and in 2009 Richardson was ranked as the 2nd “Best Places to Raise Kids” in Texas according to the Business Week’s annual report.
Irving: Irving is one of Dallas’ older neighborhoods with many residents employed in finance, construction, insurance and management fields. Out of Dallas neighborhoods the real estate is some of the most affordable. It is a wonderful area for many horse lovers with attractions such as Las Colinas which features the world’s largest equestrian statue. Home in Irving begin in the $100,000s and continue into the millions.
Perry Heights: Perry Heights is an established neighborhood with many beautifully landscaped parks and homes. The area has a higher-than-average median home price beginning in the $200,000s and continuing into the millions. Perry Heights offers many up-scale condominiums and suburban neighborhoods with security and gated entrances.
Bluffview: Bluffview is a wonderful area for both young families and professionals. Many of the residents are single family residences and luxury lofts. Neighborhoods are established with beautiful landscaping and winding streets adding a sense of home to the atmosphere. Residents enjoy beautiful cliffs and hilly topography. The median priced home in Bluffview is $207,000.