North Texas Real Estate Area Community Map

North Texas Area Community Map


Mouse over the cities below to see them on the map:
Arlington | Carrollton | Colleyville | Coppell | Farmers Branch | Flower Mound | Fort Worth
Grand Prairie | Grapevine Haltom City | Hurst-Bedford-Euless | Irving | Keller | Lewisville
North Richland Hills | Roanoke | Southlake | Trophy Club | Watauga | Westlake

Learn more about what makes our area so unique by visiting our community pages. We look forward to helping you with your next move, where ever that may be!

  • Arlington, Texas Real Estate Arlington is a town of around 374,000 residents, located mid-way between Fort Worth and Dallas, Texas. The city, once a small farming community, grew exponentially during the 1960s as several manufacturing plants moved into the area.
  • Carollton, Texas Real Estate Carrolton, TX is a city of approximately 120,000 straddling three counties, Denton, Dallas and Collin, 20 miles northwest of downtown Dallas. Relocate America and Money magazine have declared the 37 square miles it occupies among the best places to live in America.
  • Colleyville, Texas Real Estate Colleyville is an affluent town located in northeast Tarrant County, in the heart of the Dallas/Fort Worth area. Its laid-back, friendly atmosphere combines nicely with numerous big-city amenities and employment opportunities.
  • Coppell, Texas Real Estate Located in the extreme corner of Dallas County, Coppell is a medium-sized bedroom community of Dallas and Fort Worth, Texas, home to around 38,000 residents. Once a small farming village, Coppell was transformed into an upper-middle-class suburban community in the 1980s and 1990s after the opening of Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport at the southwestern corner of the city.
  • Farmers Branch, Texas Real Estate Farmers Branch is a community of approximately 29,000 people in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. Originally established by holders of land grants in the 1850s, one of them, William Cochran, changed the name to reflect its greatest asset, rich farmland.
  • Flower Mound, Texas Real Estate Flower Mound began as a settlement in the early 1840s, but was not incorporated until 1961. Significant population growth took place in the area after the opening of the nearby Dallas/Fort Worth Airport, and the town enjoyed one of the fastest growth rates in the nation in the last quarter of the 20th century.
  • Fort Worth, Texas Real Estate Fort Worth is the 16th-largest city in the United States and the fifth-largest city in the state of Texas, covering nearly 350 square miles in the north central Texas counties of Tarrant, Denton, Johnson, Parker, and Wise - serving as the seat city for Tarrant County.
  • Grand Prairie, Texas Real Estate Early settler Alexander MacRae Dechman made some wise decisions when he discovered he could trade in his wagons and his oxen for land. He was unable to establish a home successfully in the area before joining the Civil War. In 1876, while he was still living in another community, Dechman made another wise move when he gave up part of his land to the Texas and Pacific Railroad in exchange for operating a railroad depot on it.
  • Grapevine, Texas Real Estate Centrally located between Dallas and Fort Worth just west of the DFW International Airport, Grapevine offers city dwellers a pretty landscape of grassy fields, hills, trees, and lakes, just minutes from DFW’s major attractions and employment opportunities.
  • Haltom City, Texas Real Estate Haltom City is a convenient suburb to the Fort Worth area with a population of 43,400 residents as of 2012. Originally known as Birdville, Haltom City was incorporated in 1949 and has gradually expanded over the years since its incorporation to include the nearby neighborhoods of Oak Knoll, Garden of Eden, and East Ridge.
  • Hurst, Euless And Bedford, Texas Real Estate Known as the “Mid-Cities,” Hurst, Euless, and Bedford are home to approximately 136,000 people altogether. Mid-Cities offer residents a quiet, suburban lifestyle complete with good schools and plenty of parks just minutes from the world-class economic, employment, and entertainment opportunities of the DFW metroplex.
  • Irving, Texas Real Estate In 1889, settlers arrived in the area we now know as Irving, Texas. Initially the site of a couple of cotton gins and a general store, the community grew slowly until the 1930s. Manufacturing, retail businesses and financial concerns contributed to its growth until the University of Dallas came to Irving in 1856.
  • Keller, Texas Real Estate Located in Tarrant County just north of Fort Worth, Keller is an affluent suburb in the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area. In 2009, Keller won the #7 spot on Money’s list of “Best Places to Live.”
  • Lewisville, Texas Real Estate The town of Lewisville in the northeast of Texas features a pleasant climate, a healthy economic environment, and numerous recreational resources that have attracted many new residents to the area in recent years.
  • North Richland Hills, Texas Real Estate Named one of the “100 Best Places to Live in the United States” by Money Magazine in 2006, North Richland Hills is located in Tarrant County just minutes from Dallas and Fort Worth. The third largest city in the county, North Richland Hills real estate offers a thriving economy, safe neighborhoods, nationally recognized parks, and excellent schools all within a few minutes drive of the largest land-locked metropolitan area in the country.
  • Roanoke, Texas Real Estate Located approximately 14 miles northeast of downtown Fort Worth, Watauga, Texas, rests comfortably on a 4.2-square-mile patch of land near US Highway 377 just east of the cloverleaf confluence of interstate highways 35W and 820.
  • Southlake, Texas Real Estate Affectionately known as the “Beverly Hills” of Texas, Southlake real estate boasts gourmet restaurants, upscale boutiques, and exquisite homes.
  • Trophy Club, Texas Real Estate The small town of Trophy Club, Texas, made up out of a community of 8,024 residents, has continuously developed its quality of life due to the involvement and interaction of its residents and neighborhoods. As a northern suburb of Fort Worth, as well as a part of the Dallas Fort Worth Metroplex, Trophy Club Texas real estate has grown in demand not only due to its location, but also to the fact it has been acknowledged by D Magazine, several times, as one of the best places to live in the Dallas Fort Worth area.
  • Watauga, Texas Real Estate Located approximately 14 miles northeast of downtown Fort Worth, Watauga, Texas, rests comfortably on a 4.2-square-mile patch of land near US Highway 377 just east of the cloverleaf confluence of interstate highways 35W and 820. Watauga's suburban Fort Worth neighbor to the north is the city of Keller, with the communities of North Richland Hills and Haltom City sharing its borders to the southwest and southeast respectively.
  • Westlake, Texas Real Estate One of the most affluent small towns in the country, Westlake, Texas is located just west of Dallas, between Keller, Southlake, and Trophy Club. Known for its celebrity residents and luxury lifestyle, the idyllic community also offers quality schools, large open spaces, and beautiful real estate. The land’s rolling fields and tall Post Oak trees lend it a peaceful, bucolic feel, while the town’s close proximity to Dallas-Fort Worth ensure residents have access to all the benefits of a major city.
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