Fastest Growing Zip Codes in North Texas

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75078 Prosper

75054 Grand Prairie

76177 Fort Worth

75454 Melissa

75166 Lavon

These North Texas cities are growing at a phenomenal pace.  Somewhere between 5 and 10% a year in the past five years.   Prosper is on track to almost double in size in the next five years by 2020.

If you're looking a for a new or preowned home in one of these great communities, call or text Bruce Lynn and his team at 214-675-6992 today to get access to their system to alert you to the the hottest buys and beat other buyers to new listings.   Speed can be vital in this market to being a successful bidder where there are more buyers than homes for sale.

There are now virtually no new homes being built under $200,000 , but you can find a few here in the outlying areas.

One thing to keep in mind when moving to one of the fastest growing cities is school zoning can change.  Think of Frisco that has added several high schools over the past few years.....and the trickle down effect to middle and elementary schools.   Be prepared for change.

If you are interested in this growth corridor, you might also check out some of the other cities along the Highway 380 growth corridor from Denton to McKinney.  The include cities such as Cross Roads, Lincoln Park, Oak Point, Pilot Point, Celina, New Hope, and Weston.   The master planned communities of Savannah and Providence are also cool communities to check out.

We are here to assist you when you need to view homes, buy homes, or sell homes in any of these great North Texas communities.


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