From majestic rolling estates and elegant mansions to modern luxury condos and vintage 1920’s bungalows, Dallas real estate offers endless options to accommodate nearly any budget or style preference. See below for listings and more information.
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DALLAS: AN URBAN OASIS
Located on the Trinity River in North Central Texas, Dallas boasts a population of more than 1.3 million people and is one of the largest cities in the US. Home to multiple Historic Landmarks, museums, airports, theaters, cultural arts districts, symphony centers and more, Dallas is a robust, bustling city that continues to attract residents and tourists alike.
Founded in 1841 by John Neely Bryan, Dallas quickly became a service center for the rural area surrounding it. Since economic expansion hinged upon transportation, the city experienced massive growth in when it became one of the first railroad crossings in Texas in the late 1980s.
During the last quarter of the nineteenth century, banking and insurance emerged as major industries, and after World War II Dallas experienced another economic boom with nearly 5 new businesses opening each day and 13 manufacturing companies opening each month. In the 1960’s Dallas became the nation’s 3rd largest technology center with the growth of companies such as LTV Corporation and Texas Instruments.
REAL ESTATE INSIGHTS
Due to its vast array of housing options, desirable location, and global reputation for business, lifestyle, and entertainment, Dallas remains one of the top real estate markets in the US.
- Average sales price of $300,000
- 1 1/2 months of inventory and average of 40 days on market
- Median list price per square foot of $202 compared to the overall DFW average of $137.
- Nearly 55% homes are non owner-occupied, making Dallas a prime location for leasing and investors with buy and hold strategies.
Parks & Nature: Klyde Warren Park, White Rock Lake, Cedar Ridge Preserve, Texas Discovery Gardens, Dallas Botanical Gardens
Schools: With nearly 250 schools and more than 155,000 students, Dallas Independent School District is an above average, public school district with more than155,000 students in grades PK, K-12. DISD has a student-teacher ratio of 15 to 1 and offers a variety of specialized learning programs and options. See detailed ratings here.
Nightlife & Restaurants: Uptown & Downtown Dallas live and breathe restaurants and bars and offer many low-key, cool-vibe options. Visit the design district for the best local brisket and friend chicken. Oaklawn is full of hidden gems such as Sprezza and Carbone’s. Trinity Groves is Dallas’s newest addition walkable restaurants and bars.