Keller, TX is on the Realtor.com Hottest Neighborhoods in America list. Described as "successfully balancing big-city comforts with small-town charm," it's no surprise Keller's population has tripled since 1990 with more than 40,000 residents. They city's diverse housing market, active business community, exceptional school district, award-winning city facilities and easy access to museums, sporting events and entertainment in nearby Dallas and Fort Worth continue to bring new residents to the city.
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Keller has been ranked among the top 10 Best Cities to Live in the United States by Money magazine. This city offers its residents an excellent location, great amenities, solid schools and the benefit of a variety of real estate choices. The community is growing quickly and is located in one of the fastest growing regions of the Dallas / Fort Worth Metroplex.
One of the reasons so many people are making the move to Keller is because of its location. It is located just eight miles west of the DFW Airport and 15 miles to the northeast of Fort Worth's vibrant downtown. Should you need to travel to Dallas, you would be just 25 miles away from Keller. Accessibility to public transportation makes the commute into either of these cities convenient, and the proximity to both the DFW Airport and the Alliance Airport draws many businesses to the community.
Homes in Keller run the gamut from luxury living and multi-family apartments to patio homes and houses with acreage. According to city data, the estimated median house value in Keller is approximately $277,000. If great schools, recreation and employment options were not enough to draw you to Keller, consider the real estate choices you will have in this community. Keller is known for its larger-than-average homes, with a range of new luxury subdivisions popping up all around the community. Browse the newest real estate listings in Keller, TX.
Another benefit of moving to Keller, especially for families with children, is the community's exceptional schools. Several of the schools are ranked as National Blue Ribbon of Excellent Schools, and some have earned exemplary rankings from the state of Texas. The Keller Independent School District is the main school district for the city. The award winning district serves nine area cities with numerous high schools, intermediate schools, middle schools and elementary schools. Twenty of these schools are ranked Exemplary or Recognized by the Texas Education Agency. Twenty major universities are also found within a 60-mile radius of Keller including Southern Methodist University, Texas Christian University, the University of North Texas, the University of Texas at Arlington and the University of Texas at Dallas. Find homes in Keller by school district.
While many people use Keller as a residential subdivision while commuting to Dallas or Fort Worth for work, Keller actually offers a range of employment options within its own community. The retail and restaurant industries provide job opportunities for many Keller residents. FedEx also has a large presence in Keller. This is an active community with thriving businesses both big and small. The city provides many resources to businesses such as site selection and incentives to keep the economic base diverse and growing. Keller boasts an unemployment rate of less than 3 percent. Top employers include the Keller Independent School District, City of Keller, Southstar Logistics, Kroger, Home Depot, Kohl’s, Lowe's and Tom Thumb Grocery.
If living within driving distance of two major cities was not enough recreation for you, the community of Keller has plenty of recreation in its own community. With seven community parks and 13 miles of marked trails for biking along picturesque locations, the community invites its residents to enjoy an active lifestyle. The Keller Parks and Recreation Department offers its residents over 300 acres of developed park lands, 11 parks, almost 19 miles of hiking and biking trails, baseball fields, volleyball, in-line hockey, soccer, and basketball courts. In addition, the city operates Keller Pointe—a popular fitness and aquatics facility, the Keller Senior Activities Center to keep our city's older residents fit and having fun, and hosts more than 25 annual special community events
Keller has a thriving community sports scene, where people of all ages and ability levels can get involved. The Keller Pointe Recreation and Aquatic Center is the focal point of recreational and sports activities in the community, providing hours of activity and community enjoyment.
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