Located in the heart of the Southwest, the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex is comprised of more than a dozen world-class, top-tier communities.

Collin County

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Frisco is a booming city, part of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, and the fastest-growing city in the country as of 2009, according to U.S. Census bureau data. From an old town area to golf course lots and country homes on acreage, to resale and new construction by nationally known home builders, there is a multitude of housing styles and price ranges available. Frisco is also home to Major League Soccer's FC Dallas and will soon be the headquarters for the NFL's Dallas Cowboys.

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Allen is a medium-sized city in Collin County just north of Dallas, Texas, and it's one of the fastest-growing communities in the state. It's far enough away from the Metroplex to provide a comfortable, small-town environment yet close enough to take advantage of everything the big city has to offer. Homes are available at a wide range of prices, and the city is well-planned for growth. The city of Allen is known for its pro-business climate, but it might be best known for its high school stadium, a $60M structure that is undergoing repairs in 2014.

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McKinney has been one of the fastest-growing cities in the country over the past 15 years. The county seat of Collin County is about a half-hour to the north of Dallas and is a community that offers everything from great golfing to hiking, biking and much more. Homes surround the city's numerous lakes and golf courses. There are plenty of middle- to upper-tier homes from which to choose, and the city was recognized in September 2012 by CNN's Money magazine has being the second-best place to live in the United States.

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Plano is a key part of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex and home to at least a dozen major corporate headquarters from Frito-Lay to J. C. Penney and Toyota Motors USA. Three times Plano has been recognized as the best place to live in the western United States, and Forbes deemed it the safest city in America in both 2010 and 2011. Prospective residents often seek out Plano homes due to its fabulous public school system. Plano homes for sale usually do not last long because of their high demand and their tasteful designs.

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Celina is a small town (pop. 6,028) in both Collin and Denton counties in north Texas, but it's a town on the move having grown by more than 200 percent the past decade and a half. Nevertheless, Celina is a community that maintains all its country charm, located on state Highway 289 and Farm Road 455, 15 miles northwest of McKinney and 12 miles north of Frisco. Celina is a hotbed of residential development, too, with many middle- to upper-scale homes from which to pick.

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Prosper is -- as its name might suggest -- a prosperous upscale suburb in Collin and Denton counties, north of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. Beautiful upper-scale homes are built in the area, but it's far away enough from the big city to maintain its country characteristics. You'll love the view of beautiful farms, ranches and the natural beauty that make Prosper perfect for country living.

Dallas County

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Addison is in the heart of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, just north of Dallas proper. It's a center for business in the metro area, yet it maintains a close-knit neighborly atmosphere. Addison has excellent municipal services, such as a city-wide wireless Internet network, along with outstanding parks and recreation programs, adding to the city's charm. The area is within 20 minutes from downtown Dallas and has easy access to major highways within the city.

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Carrolton sits in the northern crest of Dallas but rests within three counties in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, including Denton, Dallas and Collin counties. The city has been recognized multiple times by multiple publications as one of the best places to live among small cities. Families relocating to the D/FW Metroplex will love the affordability of homes in this area and its access to big city amenities.

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Coppell is a small city in the northwest part of Dallas County, located in the heart of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. This bedroom community has one of the highest median household incomes in the region, and its homes are usually large brick homes, many bordering creeks and lakes in new developments. Coppell is served by an exemplary school district that features one of the consistently best-rated music programs in the country.

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Highland Park and University Park, also known as the Park Cities, are both considered premiere neighborhoods in the Dallas area. This area is located just four miles north of downtown Dallas, and it features some of the nicest homes in the entire Southwest United States. Park Cities is known for its high quality of living, proximity to world-class shopping and its wonderful schools. Highland Park High School was ranked as the 15th best high school in the United States by Newsweek in 2008.

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Irving and Las Colinas, Texas, are communities in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex sought out by home buyers for their business climates and proximity to DFW Airport. Technically a suburb of Irving, Las Colinas was one of the first master-planned communities in the United States, and it's home to three premier country clubs. The area boasts a wealth or art, culture, and sports opportunities and beautiful, private residential communities in Irving. Irving is also home to the PGA's annual Byron Nelson Golf Classic.

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Dallas is the epicenter of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex and one of the business and cultural hubs in all the United States. In just the past 20 years, Dallas has been the scene of explosive growth in upper-scale lofts, apartments and condominiums, catering to upwardly mobile young professionals who crave access to art, culture, great food and entertainment. Dallas is home to some of the best public schools in the nation as well as to the NBA's Dallas Mavericks and the NHL's Dallas Stars.

Denton County

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Lewisville is a dynamic city in Denton County, roughly a half hour north of Dallas and one of the fastest-growing communities in the United States. Its access to major freeways and big-city amenities make it particularly appealing to upwardly mobile professionals, and Lewisville Lake makes it attractive to families who enjoy fun on the water. The Hank Haney Golf Ranch at Vista Ridge and the Timbercreek Golf Center have raised Lewisville's profile as a primary golf mecca for the Metroplex.

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Highland Village is north of Dallas by about 30 minutes, and it's part of one of the most quickly growing areas in the region, Denton County. A family-oriented environment for middle- to upper-income families, Highland Village is particularly attractive for professionals who love access to the water as it's right on the edge of Lewisville Lake.

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Flower Mound is a city located in Denton and Tarrant counties within the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. The city saw a massive housing boom after the construction of DFW Airport in 1974 and has been a coveted community for home buyers ever since thanks to its well-built, affordable middle- and upper-scale homes. Recreational enthusiasts will love Lake Grapevine and Lake Lewisville as well all the wooded hills and panoramic views in the area.

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Frisco is a booming city, part of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, and the fastest-growing city in the country as of 2009, according to U.S. Census bureau data. From an old town area to golf course lots and country homes on acreage, to resale and new construction by nationally known home builders, there is a multitude of housing styles and price ranges available. Frisco is also home to Major League Soccer's FC Dallas and will soon be the headquarters for the NFL's Dallas Cowboys.

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Celina is a small town (pop. 6,028) in both Collin and Denton counties in north Texas, but it's a town on the move having grown by more than 200 percent the past decade and a half. Nevertheless, Celina is a community that maintains all its country charm, located on state Highway 289 and Farm Road 455, 15 miles northwest of McKinney and 12 miles north of Frisco. Celina is a hotbed of residential development, too, with many middle- to upper-scale homes from which to pick.

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Prosper is -- as its name might suggest -- a prosperous upscale suburb in Collin and Denton counties, north of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. Beautiful upper-scale homes are built in the area, but it's far away enough from the big city to maintain its country characteristics. You'll love the view of beautiful farms, ranches and the natural beauty that make Prosper perfect for country living.