Carrollton, Texas a vibrant city known for its prime location as well as its corporate and residential community. The city has abundant assets such as excellent schools, parks and greenbelts, and convenient services are available to every neighborhood.
The wide variety of housing enhances Carrollton’s diversity, and residents enjoy the award-winning sports complexes, libraries, natural areas, golf courses, lifestyle amenities and community events. Carrollton also is home to the radiant Coyote Ridge golf course. The magnificent golf course and its new 26,000-square foot luxury clubhouse (completed in February 2007) was voted best clubhouse and best food by Avid Golfer Magazine in November 2007. The Grand Ballroom can accommodate up to 400 guests for any of your special event.
Carrollton Texas real estate has held on very strong these past few years in spite of the national real estate disaster in other parts of the country. The city’s average price range is $181,000. Living in Carrollton in addition to enjoying the affordable real estate, the cost of living is another major factor people move to the area. Carrollton owes much of its real estate success to its location, properties and material goods.
The city is part of Denton County and stretches 37 square miles encompassing over 1,200 acres of parkland. The City of Carrollton owes its local economic boom and real estate growth to the major transportation and easy assess. Carrollton intersect three major highways I-35, Hwy 121 and President George Bush. Three (3) rail freight lines surrounds the city of Carrollton, making Carrollton’s real estate highly desirable and ensures continued success.
In addition to the ground transportation, D/FW International Airport, the third most active airport in the world is located just 10 miles west of Carrollton. Travel time from D/FW International Airport to any major city in North America is less than four hours.
Due in part to its central location, favorable business climate, and ease of access to national and international markets, Dallas/Fort Worth consistently ranks as one of the top metropolitan growth regions in the nation.
Carrollton located approximately 15 minutes away from 2 major bodies of water in the North Texas area. Grapevine Lake and Lewisville Lake both show off recreational water sports including sailing, boating, skiing, jet skiing, tubing, knee boarding and swimming.
The business friendly city of Carrollton is one of the top cities in regards to the number of highest job opportunities. Carrollton’s estimated population of 120,553 by January 2008 confirms the opportunity and the benefits of Carrollton’s real estate potential.
Source by Jim Nguyen