Local DFW Area Communities

Home seekers will enjoy the many different cities to choose from here in North Texas, as well as the variety of houses, condos and townhomes available. Depending on where you settle, you could be right downtown, next to a popular community park or near top-rated schools.

We hope that our website's community information will help you to choose between the many wonderful areas; each has a lot to offer the home buyer.

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Collin County: There is no shortage of counties, or cities, within Texas, with one of the most well-known counties being Collin County. This county has gained great growth during the past years, with a population that has risen by almost 300,000 or more since 2000. The population is thanks to wonderful cities located within the county that offer great characteristics and unique qualities that are enjoyed by all. Read More

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Dallas County: There is a large area that makes up Dallas County, TX, which includes Dallas, Richardson, and the Highland Park area, which each contribute to a great unique style of the county that allows for great intrigue by those thinking of within Texas. During 2010, it was recorded that Dallas County held a population of 2,368,139, which makes this county the 9th most populous in the nation. Founded in 1846, the county was originally named in memoriam of George Miffin Dallas, the 11th of the U.S. Vice Presidents. Read More

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Denton County: Denton County, is one of those large counties found in the Dallas/Ft Worth metroplex, offering a bevy of neighborhoods and a great deal of amenities from city to rural and even suburban and more. Master planned communities, luxury estates, and even more modest single family homes that offer great prices. Read More

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Ellis County: Ellis County is located in the state of Texas, with a population of 149,610 as of 2010. The county is part of the Dallas-Fort Worth metro area, and was originally named after Richard Ellis, who was president of a convention credited with producing the Texas Declaration of Independence. The seat of Ellis County is the city of Waxahachie, with foundation of the county in 1849. Read More

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Johnson County: Johnson County is located in Texas and has an ever growing population of 149,797 residents. This county is home to many people from all over the world, and for anyone looking for a change in scenery as well as way of life this could be the right move for you. Residents come together to help each other out and you can now find that this is a great place to be with friendly neighbors who are there when you need them. Read More

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Kaufman County: Located in Texas, Kaufman County has a population of 103,350 as of 2010. This population continues to grow and it is a part of Forth Worth/Dallas Metroplex. The county was established in 1848 and Frank Reagh moved to Kaufman County from Illinois. He was originally known for some of his paintings and one such one was called The Approaching Herd. Read More

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Parker County: Parker County has an estimated population of 116,927, and each year as more and more people are moving here the population increases. The county was named after a legislator Isaac Parker who established and introduced a bill in 1855 that helped to establish this county. There are many people who have moved here and have made Parker County their new home. Read More

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Rockwall County: Texas certainly has many great destinations for new home buyers, with Rockwall County offering quite a location indeed. The county is actually the smallest of the state based on land area, with only 149 sq. miles compared to other counties, which have quite a bit more to add to the area. The county’s seat is Rockwall, and was formerly part of another county, Kaufman County, until 1873 due to access issues with the county seat. Read More

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Tarrant County: Tarrant County is located in Texas, and has a population of 1,809,034, and this number is increasing each and every year. Tarrant County is also the 16th most popular county in the US and is also the 3rd most popular in the state of Texas. This county received its name from General Edward H. Tarrant who was a Texas Militia. It’s located in the northern part of Texas, and is an urban county. Read More

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Wise County: Wise County has a population 48,793 according to the 2000 census, which keeps growing over the years. This county is part of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex which means that every resident will feel the peaceful and unwinding feeling of living in a small town or feel the energetic and fast-pace feeling when in a bigger city which are both found in Wise County, Texas. It has nearby grocery stores, accessible entertainment places and quality schools and housing is not very costly depending on the choice of city. Read More

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Listing information last updated on June 28th, 2017 at 9:01pm CDT.