For those of you considering relocation
to the Collin County, this website will give you an intimate
knowledge of the
communities and the
investment opportunities available in these communities. You
will also get a better understanding of this small slice
of the American Dream. You click on the
community links to the left to learn about the cities
we specialize in, which we believe to be the best in the
Collin County area.
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Allen real estate has become an excellent investment. With the city's booming
job market and a celebrated school district, Allen has taken its place in
the economic future of Texas. The Allen Independent School District serves
the public's educational needs with 13 elementary schools, three middle
schools, one freshman center, one alternate school and one high school.
A lovely rural town with a
down-home country feel, Fairview is located in Collin County
on the northeastern edge of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. The
community has been “Keeping It Country” since the 1960s, when it
first experienced significant growth. Situated a short distance from
Plano, Allen, McKinney and Dallas, Fairview blends a rich
agricultural legacy with modern accessibility. Its spacious plains
create a quiet country atmosphere, making it one of the most
desirable communities in the area.
Situated in northern Texas, Lucas is in an ideal location. It is
approximately 45 miles north of Fort Worth and 20 miles northwest of Dallas,
which makes it a perfect city for commuters.
Lucas has become a
popular place for those who desire to move away from the larger,
metropolitan area of Dallas and Fort Worth, and want the slower pace
of suburban/country life. With Lucas, residents certainly experience
the best of both! So you can come home at the end of a day at work,
and saddle up and ride into the proverbial sunset without even
leaving your backyard!
Located just 30 miles north of
Dallas, McKinney's gently rolling hills, tree lined neighborhoods,
historic downtown and beautiful parks give the city a small town
feel - Quite different from the Metroplex .
The friendly charm and comfortable pace is why
McKinney, with a population of more than 100,000, is one of the
fastest growing cities in America.
Murphy is a small, fast-growing community with a history that goes back to the early 1900's. Murphy is located in southeastern Collin county, on the outer fringe of the Dallas/Fort Worth
Metroplex. Situated midway between Plano and Wylie on FM 544, Murphy is two miles south of the famous South Fork Ranch. Its borders enclosing only 3.8 square miles and shares borders with Plano, Richardson, Wylie, Sachse, and Parker. It is approximately 20 miles from downtown Dallas and about 30 miles from D/FW Airport.
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Parker is a small town located to the east of Plano, Texas and is ideally
situated about 20 minutes of Dallas and 45 minutes from Fort Worth.
Don't let the size of the town deceive you! This place has earned a
national reputation as one of the best places in the country for employers
to do business and for families to live and work.
Due to the interest in
“Country-Living” and still being close to city life, Prosper, Texas
has become a top choice for relocation in North Texas. With
exemplary schools at all levels and quality living, it is no longer
the best-kept secret in Collin County. There has been a dynamic
increase in new communities and homebuilders
Prosper is only a short drive through picture-perfect scenery to Legacy
Business Park and numerous new business developments near State Highway 121
and the Dallas North Tollway area. Plano shopping is just 20 minutes away
and downtown Dallas is only a 45-minute drive.