As the fourth largest metroplex in the entire nation, the Dallas-Fort Worth region offers something for everyone. Whether you're looking for big-city living in the heart of a growing community like Uptown Dallas, a convenient yet peaceful lifestyle in Frisco or Arlington, or something completely different, you'll surely find just what you're looking for in this one-of-a-kind area.
Relocating to Dallas? Glazer's Realtors can help make your transition easy and—most importantly—an exciting experience you'll never forget. Take a look at our DFW resources or just give us a call to get started!
Dallas Homes for Sale
Discover Dallas-Fort Worth
Dallas-Fort Worth is one of the hottest housing markets in the nation, and one visit to the area is all it takes to see why. Here, you'll find a diverse mix of new construction and existing single-family homes in a variety of communities, including master-planned neighborhoods packed with resort-style amenities. However, Dallas and Fort Worth also feature high-rise condos, urban townhomes, and even some historic properties. The average home in the DFW sells for a little over $400,000 and only stays on the market for around 21 days.
Things to Do
Want to experience the Dallas area like a local? Get to know our city's culture at famous institutions like the Perot Museum of Natural Science and the Sixth Floor Museum, or make the most of the gorgeous weather by touring the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden. The Dallas Arts District is home to a number of galleries and kitschy destinations, while Kylde Warren Park provides plenty of opportunities to get up close and personal with nature. If you love animals, the Dallas Zoo and Aquarium should be at the top of your list. And for all our thrill-seekers, be sure to visit Reunion Tower or Six Flags Over Texas.
Depending on where you live in the Dallas, you could be zoned to a number of different school districts, commonly known as ISDs. For those living in Dallas proper, you'll likely be served by the Dallas Independent School District, which is the 12th largest public district in the nation. However, each community has its own local option, and there's a rough total of around 112 different districts in the metroplex. For more in-depth information on schools in each suburb, take a look at our area guides!
Dallas' diverse economy has fostered thousands of new jobs over the last decade—in fact, 22 Fortune 500 companies call the area home. Defense, financial services, information technology, telecommunications, and transportation are some of the DFW's largest industries. And to top it all off, students can prepare for the workplace at the University of Texas, Texas A&M, and Southern Methodist University.
Our Favorite Suburbs of Dallas
Don't want to live in the heart of the big city? We understand—and we also have a few recommendations to help you narrow down your search for the perfect neighborhood.
Our Spotlight Suburbs
As the largest suburb in the DFW, Arlington stands as a city of its own—but it still hasn't lost its small-town charm.
Easy access to larger cities, top-notch public schools, and a cheery downtown district make Garland a popular place to live.
Condos, townhouses, single-family homes—Plano has all the housing options you could ever want, as well as tons of amenities.
Buying a Home in Dallas
Ready to start your home search? No matter what it is you're looking for, you can trust Glazer's Realtors to help you find the home of your dreams. Take a look at our resources below to begin!
DFW Home Buying Resources
Start Your Next Chapter in Dallas
There's a reason why Dallas is one of the fastest growing cities in the nation—our southern hospitality and endless opportunities attract buyers from all around the world! If you're looking to relocate to the DFW, just give us a call. Glazer's Realtors would be happy to assist you through every step of your relocation.