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Real Estate in the Mid-Cities Defined
Come discover Premier and Luxury Texas Real Estate that is found within the mid-cities of DFW. Technically, the DFW Mid-Cities were originally and still known as "HEB". This is an acronym used for the first of the suburban cities to grow in the middle of Dallas and Ft. Worth. Theses cities are Hurst, Euless and Bedford. Then as building and zoning progress happened in real estate, the HEB cities grew. The small towns that are adjacent to HEB began to see the overflow of the HEB growth pattern. Over the last 15 years, the small towns have now grown into suburban cities. The newest and most popular (in my own opinion) of the fastest growing suburbs located in the mid-cities area are the cities of Southlake, Colleyville, Grapevine, and Westlake. These four "residential powerhouse" cities also border the suburban cities of Keller, Trophy Club, and Roanoke, which are also growing and re-developing due to overflow from the new "powerhouse cities".
These mid-city suburbs have become some of the most sought after real estate areas to own and lease during the Covid-19 pandemic, as they lie right in the middle of in the cities of Dallas and Ft. Worth. Best known as some of the safest and most affluent suburbs of DFW. All of these "sister cities" literally connect to each other via city streets. It is very difficult to tell where some cities end and another begins, unless you read the city logos printed on the city street signs.
What makes the mid-cities area so attractive is that these suburban cities are respectively about a 20 minutes drive to both downtown Dallas and downtown Ft. Worth. The "powerhouse cities" of Westlake, Southlake, Colleyville and Grapevine public school systems currently receive the highest ratings in the area and are also flanked by many Private, Charter, and Montessori schools. All of the cities have been master planned and compete to allow for the growth and new construction of commercial properties, housing, and outdoor activities for both small and large families, singles, people of all ages, race, religions, and financial demographics.
There really is something for everyone in the mid-cities. The restaurants and stores are abundant from mom and pop's to popular retail chains. The mid-city communities welcome newcomers flocking to the area and are also engaged in preserving the small town history in which all of these cities have grown out of in the last 30 years. Both the Dallas/Ft. Worth DFW Airport and the Grapevine Lake is only a 10 minute car ride away from all the mid-cities. Quick and easy access to downtown Dallas, Ft. Worth, shopping, restaurants, top rated schools, DFW Airport, Grapevine Lake, and safe neighborhoods and streets constantly patrolled by area police, all help to keep property values stable in the mid-cities amidst an ever changing economy.
I have lived and worked in the DFW mid-cities suburbs for the last 30 years. I understand the real estate market in this area and can help introduce you to the real estate markets in each city, so that you can navigate these suburbs to decide which one is the best for you and your budget to purchase real estate in.
Call me to set up a consultation where I can answer any question you have about listing, buying or leasing commercial or residential properties or land in the DFW mid-cities suburbs. I have aligned myself with the best real estate experts in the area and also utilize specialty real estate software in order to research data that will help you make the best decision. I work with buyers, sellers, investors, and business owners.
Contact me today for more information on this exciting and growing suburban area of the Dallas/Ft. Worth Metroplex.
The information submitted above was compiled and written by Kathryn Dean, Texas Real Estate Agent, License #0683656, on September 11, 2020, for her personal real estate information blog in order to give real estate advice and opinions to the general public. Please make sure to fact check any real estate information provided in Kathryn’s blog for accuracy, as real estate regulations are subject to change and/or be modified by the specific regulatory agencies that create them at any time.