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Dallas is known for its welcoming atmosphere, diverse population and immense opportunities.  While the metroplex is ever expanding, each of Dallas' neighborhoods have distinct offerings and unique qualities. Whether you are looking to be in the heart of the action or a more suburban hideaway,  we are here to help you find the home and community that is perfect for you.




M Streets

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Hollywood Heights


Lake Highlands

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East Dallas


Uptown and Turtle Creek

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Forest Hills


Oak Cliff - Kessler Park


Park Cities

Once an independent city across the Trinity River, Oak Cliff is known for its diverse neighborhoods and the super hip Bishop Arts District,  which features some of the city's best local restaurants and retail.

Situated on the western edge of White Rock Lake, this neighborhood is known for its charming cottages and its sprawling estates. Lakewood is home to some of the areas most loved outdoor spaces while remaining in the heart of the city.

This northeast Dallas community is a fantastic fit for families and first time homebuyers. Conveniently located just north of White Rock Lake, featuring rolling hills and varied topography, makes this a highly coveted neighborhood.

Established in the 1920s this East Dallas community features large lots, a countryside feel and beautiful mature trees. Nestled along the southern end of White Rock Lake and just minutes from downtown Dallas.

Comprised of Highland Park and University Park, this affluent neighborhood located in a prime location of Dallas is known for it's highly rated public schools, upscale dining, and some of the cities most impressive homes

Made up of many notable neighborhoods and boasting a laid back lifestyle near White Rock Lake and the Arboretum, while still conveniently located near downtown and the Deep Ellum District, this area is a popular area for newcomers to the city.

Highly desirable and unique neighborhood with established conservation districts boasting historic Tudors and Craftsman cottages just minutes from downtown and walkable to Greenville Ave - one of the city's most loved dining and shopping areas.

The Hollywood Santa Monica Neighborhood offers an oasis from the urban concrete sprawl. Rolling hills, abundant trees and one of the largest collections of stone-embellished Tudor cottages in the nation.

The heart of urban living in Dallas is home to an eclectic scene of restaurants and lounges, vintage trolleys, several museums, and the American Airlines Center, where you can watch our local sports teams and all of the biggest names in music perform. Outdoor lovers can take advantage of  the Katy Trail and Turtle Creek and Klyde Warren Parks.

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