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Suburban Fort Worth New Home Communities to Explore

Suburban Fort Worth new home communities are enjoying tremendous popularity. Here, we explore some exceptional greater Fort Worth neighborhoods and examine the reasons people are flocking to this booming region!

5 Reasons Fort Worth New Home Communities Are So Popular

Fort Worth new home communities have become popular for several reasons including high quality of life, favorable cost of living, great schools, small-town feel, and the greater region’s booming economic development.

1.     Amazing Quality of Life

The quality of life in greater Fort Worth neighborhoods is excellent.  Fort Worth new home communities like Pecan Square by Hillwood offer stylish, energy efficient homes in beautiful, well maintained neighborhoods.  Home ownership in the community gives residents access to a fantastic array of amenities, social events, and activities that are enriching and engaging.

2.     Favorable Cost of Living

Compared to many other states, Texas offers a more favorable cost of living than the national average. The cost of homes, groceries, and healthcare in Fort Worth all measure below the national average, with median home costs being nearly $40,000 lower than the U.S. average.

3.     Award-Winning Schools

The Fort Worth suburbs are home to independent school districts such as Northwest ISD, Argyle ISD, and more. These districts have great student-teacher ratios, well-trained staff, and high parent satisfaction rates. The region is also home to various private schools with high standards of quality.

4.     Small-Town Atmosphere with Big City Amenities

People want to get out of the city, preferring a small-town atmosphere where they can connect with their community. At the same time, there’s something to be said for the convenience of the big city. Fort Worth new home communities offer a charming small-town feel with the convenience of major city centers nearby.

5.     Booming Economic Development

This proximity to large cities provides many economic opportunities. For instance, Denton—about 30 miles north of Fort Worth—has a stellar economic development program. Since 1999, the city of Denton has invested over $22 million in tax incentives for businesses and created about 8,400 jobs.

The nearby Alliance corridor is also a booming area with many opportunities for business owners and employment seekers alike. AllianceTexas, Hillwood’s 27,000-acre mixed-use development, has generated over $100 billion in economic impact for the region and is home to 559 companies.  It’s an excellent place to find a job in the aviation, transportation, health care, hospitality, and construction sectors, among others.

Best Fort Worth Suburbs for an Unmatched Quality of Life

Two of Fort Worth’s suburbs offer excellent new home communities: Northlake (home to Pecan Square) and Argyle. Of course, these aren’t the only suburbs in the area, but we’ll look at these two in more detail.

Northlake

Located on the southwest corner of Denton County, Northlake provides easy access to Fort Worth, Denton, and Dallas.  It provides residents with a rural lifestyle within reach of the city conveniences. Northlake residents benefit from the quality education offered by three independent school districts: Northlake, Argyle, and Ponder ISDs.

Our very own award-winning new home community, Pecan Square, is a prominent fixture in Northlake, Texas.  Here, you can enjoy the comforts of cutting-edge smart home technology and the connection offered through shared amenities, such as:

  • A resort-style pool
  • The Greeting House which houses a co-working space and HOA offices
  • Jackson Hall, a community gathering space with a game room and classroom
  • Post & parcel with Amazon Hub lockers
  • The Lawn, a centrally located green space
  • The Barking Lot, our community dog park with enclosed areas for large dogs and small dogs
  • The Arena, a multi-purpose pavilion with sport courts, a playground and an event venue

Homeowners love the community amenities and find they are a great way to meet their neighbors and build friendships!

Argyle

Argyle is another suburb of Fort Worth that’s experiencing tremendous growth. Aside from its accessible location, Argyle draws people in with scenic vistas, unique dining, and award-winning schools. Argyle ISD serves families in the area, as does the private Liberty Christian School.

Other Suburbs

In addition to Argyle and Northlake, other suburbs provide great locations to settle down, work, or raise a family. Some of these suburbs include:

  • Roanoke
  • Southlake
  • Westlake
  • Coppell
  • Flower Mound
  • Keller

These Fort Worth suburbs offer homeowners affordable homes in quiet neighborhoods with good schools.

Common Questions About Fort Worth and Denton Neighborhoods

Here are answers to some frequently asked questions about Fort Worth and Denton suburbs:

Is Fort Worth a good place to live?

With friendly people, amazing communities, bountiful amenities, lots of jobs, and a reasonable cost of living when compared to other U.S. cities, Fort Worth is a great place to live!

Why is Fort Worth growing so fast?

Fort Worth is growing fast due to the economic growth the region is experiencing which is bringing many jobs to the area.  Many families are relocating to Fort Worth from places like California and New York that have a very high cost of living.  Overall tax rates are relatively low in Texas because there is no personal state income tax.

Is Denton, TX a good area?

Denton, a college town with a vibrant social scene, offers plenty of wide-open spaces, safe communities, great education, and recreational opportunities. Denton County has been experiencing an economic boom with many employers moving into the area.  Denton nightlife offers a thriving live music scene due to the influence of the internationally known music program at the University of North Texas.

Is Denton closer to Dallas or Fort Worth?

Denton is about 35 miles north of Fort Worth and 40 miles north of Dallas.

Visit Pecan Square by Hillwood

If you’re interested in a new home community near Fort Worth, Pecan Square by Hillwood is the perfect choice. You will love the amazing amenities, the smart home technology package that is included in every new construction home, and our award-winning lifestyle program. Visit us at The Greeting House at 2701 N Market St, Northlake, TX 76247 to learn more!

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