Keller Homes for Sale
Over the last few years, Keller Texas has become one of the most popular places for folks to move in from out of state. Located in Tarrant County, Keller is part of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metro area and is home to about 45,000 residents. This beautiful part of the country is known for its top-rated schools, beautiful environment, comfortable weather, and affordable homes. Read on below the listings to learn more about Keller Texas and if this is your next home destination.
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Folks have been moving into the Keller area from all over the country over the last couple of decades. Our unique master-planned communities, excellent schools, and beautiful weather are a draw for many people from northern states such as Washington, the Dakotas, Michigan, Idaho, and Illinois. There's honestly not much I can say wrong about Keller and most folks agree with that since about 83% of us own our own homes.
Keller real estate
With the median home value of just $355,000, your money goes a lot farther in Keller. The same home in California, Oregon, Washington, or the East Coast could cost you twice if not three or four times more. Looking for a beautiful home with a backyard pool? You can find it for a pretty reasonable amount. The median rent is only $1300 and most homes are priced between $200,000 and $650,000.
This is one of the main reasons folks with school-age children moved to Keller. We have some of the top-rated schools in the country… That's right, I said the country, not just the state. Keller schools have consistently come in with above-average ratings. We're part of the Keller Independent School District and they're doing well at serving a diverse and fast-growing community. With over 35,000 students and portions of the city of Colleyville, Fort Worth, Haltom City, Hurst, North Richland Hills, Southlake, Watauga, and Westlake as well as the entire city of Keller, this district covers 51 mi.² encompassing the third largest land area in Tarrant County.
The school district alone employs more than 4000 residents with over 2700 teachers focusing on exceptional educational experience, a fine arts department, career and technical education, athletics, and a focus on 100% graduation rates. Many people move here just for the schools alone but find there's so much more to enjoy and love about Keller Texas.
Relocating to Keller Texas
It's not just the schools that bring folks to Keller. It's one of the best places in the country to raise a family with low crime, and plenty of activities for kids of all ages. Location is definitely key and Keller is centrally located just minutes to Fort Worth and Dallas, close to parks and family-friendly activities, shops, fantastic restaurants, and close proximity to the airport. Whether you're commuting, working from home, or traveling frequently, Keller makes a great place for your home base.
Our population growth is currently at about 10% or higher so as more and more folks move in, home values will increase and desirability will skyrocket. We have so many desirable neighborhoods and master-planned communities that there is a neighborhood specifically for you and your budget. Most communities feature single-family homes as they account for nearly 89% of Keller residences. 72% of Keller homes have been built over the last 25 years and less than 2% of these are more than 50 years old. Most of the homes and Keller have been constructed since 2014.
New construction is booming so if you want to be the first one in your home, it's easy to do with so many new communities popping up around Keller each year.
Activities abound with the Keller Pointe community recreational center, senior centers, a vibrant and extensive Parks and Recreation department, public libraries, fantastic restaurants, and the Sky Creek Ranch golf club.
Shopping is a no-brainer with the Keller Town Center, Southlake Towncenter, the Shops of Southlake, and the North East Mall all being within about 5 to 15 minutes from most homes in Keller.
"Keller is growing extremely fast, with new stores and food chains opening constantly. Old town Keller on Main Street is a blast to the past, feeling like a old western town, however with hidden charms, such as a nice path behind the west side buildings that is excellent to walk upon. Although Old Town Keller used to be the common meeting place for many students and residents, focus has since shifted Northeast to Keller Parkway, which is now lined with dozens of useful stores and restaurants, with a majority providing excellent service and products. All around, Keller has a lot of future potential, while still being charming in the present." - Resident from Niche.com
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