Where are the best suburbs to live in Dallas area?
Thinking of moving to the Dallas/Ft Worth area. Would like to know which suburb(s) would be the best for job opportunities, nice and affordable housing (built within 10 yrs), low crime, friendly neighborhoods, and not far from things to do. Do not have any children so no need to worry about school systems. Thanks for your input!
Asked By: briandchell - 2/26/2010
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There are a number of suburbs in the Dallas-Fort Worth area that meet your desired criteria. Since these cities aren't concentrated in just one area, I've grouped the communities by their relative location in the metropolitan area... More
Answered By: Anon01 - 2/27/2010
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Parts of Plano, Allen, and Frisco would probably be your best bet.
Answered By: lestermount - 2/26/2010
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Answered By: Thailand Fans - 2/26/2010
In my opinion the nicer suburbs are Plano, Allen, McKinney, Frisco, Flower Mound, Coppell, Carrollton, Las Colinas (which is actually a Master Planned community in the north part of the suburb of Irving). These are all nice areas, with low crime, friendly neighborhoods, close to things to do, with affordable housing... More
Answered By: Prairie Girl - 2/26/2010
Look into the Mid-Cities between Dallas and Fort Worth. Much of the housing will be older but you can still find many new infill developments in the area. Crime is low, and it's convenient to both Dallas and FW. Avoid Arlington because crime is high. It's best to stay north of Airport Fwy... More
Answered By: WJ - 2/27/2010
I'm with Plano, Allen, and Frisco... Stick with the north side of Dallas.
Answered By: Dayna - 2/28/2010
Yes, like the others have said you would be wise to stick to the northern area of Dallas, Ft. Worth. The Grapevine area is central to everything but pricey. We lived in the city of Grand Prairie ( a middle, south suburb) and it was going down hill as far as crime and property values.
Answered By: Buck - 2/28/2010
There are nice suburbs with low crime and affordable housing all over the Metroplex, they are NOT limited just to cities north of Dallas. Yes, Plano, Frisco, Allen, and McKinney have great neighborhoods, but so do many of the other DFW suburbs.
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