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What are the 2 Best Cities in the Dallas Metroplex to Buy a Home for Under $150,000?
posted October 8, 2009 in Advertising & Marketing | Uncategorized

Well the answer might surprise you!

Jason R. Anderson at T.A.G. Realty Advisors (one of Dallas – Fort Worth’s most respected real estate advisors and I must say well connected Realtor) has the answer. Here is a link to his blog post on the subject……

As a hint:

Towns North of Dallas that have great communities, the best public schools, and active lifestyle suburban
communities.

What are the 2 Best Cities in the Dallas Metroplex to Buy a Home for Under $150,000? We have done the research for you! http://tiny.cc/1upcb

2 Best Places in the Dallas Metroplex to buy a Home under
$150,000

We have many 1st Time and Experienced Home Buyers looking to purchase a home
at or below $150,000. For some reason this seems to be a magical number amongst
many buyers and lenders for that matter. After several years of research we have
found the following cities that tend to give you the most bang for your buck
when it comes to a home under $150,000! To be far we narrowed the list down to
homes between $100,000 and $150,000 with at least 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, & 1500+
Sq. Ft.



#1 McKinney, Texas

This may come to a surprise to many people! But after personally viewing
dozens of homes in

McKinney
I cant seem to find newer homes in better neighborhoods than I can
in

McKinney, Texas
. McKinney is a booming town that as of July 2008 had a
population of over 120,000 residents. The city is broken up into 2 major zip
codes

75070
and


75071
. Coming from Downtown Dallas McKinney is approximately 27 Miles or
only a 30 Minute Drive. McKinney is centrally located in Collin County North of
Plano and East of Frisco. Its rough borders would be

Custer Rd
to the West, Highway 5 to the East, 380 to the North and 121 to
the South. McKinney is also known for its school district as well which
according to
GreatSchools.com
McKinney Received an 8 out of 10 based on its public
schools test results. We have always believed that a picture is worth 1000 words
so we will not bore you with a bunch of facts and statistic you may already
know. So why not see for your self why we have picked McKinney as our #1 Best
Place in the Dallas Metroplex to buy a home under $150,000. At any given time
there are over 60 available properties in this price range with our above stated
criteria! You can actually still today as of October 2009 still buy a brand new
home for less than $150,000 in McKinney, Texas

McKinney Homes for Sale:

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#2 Little Elm, Texas

Little Elm in 2000 was a small farming town that less than 3700
people called home. As of 2008 according to the

U.S Census Bureau this small Lake Side town just West of Frisco is home to
nearly 25,000 residents. How does a town nearly increase its population nearly
10 fold in less that 10 years? The top answer to that question is of course
Location, followed by unbeatable new housing deals, offering 100% Financing
through USDA financing and of Course being one of the lowest priced Lake Side
Communities in America! You can find new homes along with 4000 sq. ft
foreclosure deals built within the last 10 years in Little Elm. Not to mention
you are still only 30 miles from Downtown and literally right next to Frisco
that has any and everything that you could ever need. Little Elm is located only
10 minutes from the Dallas North Tollway by Going West on El Dorado. You will
come up to 423 than all of sudden with no warning you are in Little Elm. Drive
another 10 minutes in on El Dorado you find yourself directly on Lake
Lewisville. Little Elm also has a few neighborhoods scattered just south of 380
on Paloma Creek & Navo Road. The only reason this is #2 on our list is because
Great Schools gave them a 6 out of 10 rating and McKinney has nearly 90,000 more
people. However Little Elm due to its location and terrain truly feels like an
urban oasis and in properly named Sunset Point they have the most amazing view
of the setting sun I have seen in the Metroplex.

Little Elm Homes for Sale

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2 Comments

  1. questinspections, December 14, 2009:

    How does Frisco, The Colony, and Allen fit into this “2 Best Cities” survey Having worked and played in Frisco for over 7 years, I see it as being one of the most progressive small cities in the area. And there are still a lot of homes that can be bought for under $150,000. Little Elm, I would have guessed would have fallen into the price range, but I am not so sure how you would judge a “best” city.

    Ken Garrett
    Quest Real Estate Support Services
    Professional Home Inspections
    questinpections@aol.com

  2. Mike Stewart, December 15, 2009:

    I would think that due to the limited amount of inventory in those cities under 150k, they would not technically fit as the best under 150k. Frisco, The Colony, and Allen are great cities. Melissa is a great city as well.

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