Add These DFW Neighborhoods With New Construction Under $300K To Your List
The Dallas/Fort Worth real estate market is hot, but that does not mean you have to sacrifice quality to stay in your budget. In fact, single-family homes constructed in the last ten years under $300,000 are available in DFW and the surrounding area in good neighborhoods.
We conducted an exclusive search for new construction in under $300K and we believe these areas are worth adding to your search based on accessibility and livability scores.
After we compiled our search, we narrowed it down by considering factors like safety and quality of life. Keep in mind that Dallas in particular is difficult to describe entire pockets because livability can sometimes vary street to street rather than by entire neighborhood clusters. Check out the list of communities with new construction under $300K below, including short descriptions of each area:
The Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge and the Continental Avenue pedestrian bridge have forged new physical and psychological connections between West Dallas and the rest of the city.
There are residents here passionately committed to forging a strong sense of community. And the untapped potential of the areas around the art deco playground that is Fair Park makes the possibilities for the neighborhood’s future brighter.
Recent investment in the Great Trinity Forest and the highlighting of other natural treasures within Dallas’ borders is helping to raise awareness citywide of the resources to be found in Southeast Dallas.
*Dallas-area info adapted from D Magazine.
A quaint town near Mesquite, Balch Springs is affordable and safe for families. The community offers special events and festivals every year.
Just Outside Dallas
Duncanville is a medium-sized community with a mixed workforce of white- and blue-collar workers. Their education rate is higher than the national average. People use a mix of private automobiles and public transit to commute.
Grand Prairie is a large city boasting a higher-than-average education level and significant ethnic diversity. Public transportation is heavily used. It's also not far from Six Flags Over Texas!
Fort Worth Areas
Fairmount is an adorable, historic town that embraces its small-town feel. Their two big events of the year include Mounti Gras, Festivus, and a 5K.
Marine Creek Ranch
Marine Creek Ranch is a master-planned community located on the shores of beautiful, spring-fed Marine Creek Lake. Homeowners enjoy advantages rarely found in area communities, including miles of trails, boating access, swimming and minutes from downtown Fort Worth.
The Ridglea area, including Ridglea Hills and Ridglea West, lies approximately six miles west of Fort Worth ‘s Central Business District. This pretty area is affordable and quiet.
Just Outside Fort Worth
Forest Hill is a somewhat small city located southeast of Fort Worth. With a population of 12,947 people, Forest Hill is the 192nd largest community in Texas.
Crowley is a small-ish town just south of Fort Worth. The influx of new construction is an indication that the local Crowley economy is robust, and that jobs or other amenities are attracting new residents. Unlike some cities, Crowley is a mix of both white- and blue-collar jobs.
White Settlement is a medium-sized city just west of Fort Worth with a population of 17,204 people. The population is diverse and many residents take the train to commute.
If you have your heart set on a certain area that is not on this list, we recommend expanding your search to include condos and town homes or include homes built 10 years ago or more. If you decide to go with an older home, our team is equipped to help you figure out how much it will cost to update your home to standard. We will not lead you to a home that will require repairs beyond your budget!
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