Why the Texas Economy Continues to Outpace the U.S.
September 24, 2011 1:26 am
Is it any wonder that new homes for sale in Little Elm, TX are in high demand? This Dallas suburb has been on a growth spurt the past few years, along with the rest of the state. During the past decade, Texas surpassed New York as the nation’s second largest economy. The state has benefitted from plentiful natural resources, immigration and a successful high-tech sector.
The low costs of living and doing business in Texas also make it attractive to workers and employers alike. In fact, the Lone Star State has more jobs today than when the recession began in 2007. Jobs and population go hand in hand, and the number of residents in Texas is booming too. The state’s population has grown more than 20 percent between 2000 and 2010, according to the Census Bureau. The Dallas/Fort Worth region has benefitted in particular due to its central location and ease of access to national and international markets.
Many people have been buying new homes for sale in Little Elm, TX so they can work in Dallas, while living and raising a family in a beautiful lakeside community. Little Elm’s town limits encompass over 23 miles of shoreline, allowing a view of Lewisville Lake from many neighborhoods and businesses. Even though the area has been growing rapidly, Little Elm still maintains its small town charm and a real feeling of community.
One of the areas to look for new homes for sale in Little Elm, TX is the Villages at Lakeview. Landon Homes has three communities at the Villages: The Enclave, The Dominion and The Reserve. Residents of the Villages can enjoy four amenity centers, with pools, parks, trails and more. Whether you’re shopping for your first home, or an empty nester looking to downsize, Landon has the perfect home for you. Visit the Landon website for more information.Tags: Dallas-Ft Worth homes, energy efficient homes in dallas, energy efficient homes in frisco, energy efficient homes in north dallas, FAQ, FAQ Dallas New Homes, frisco ISD new homes, frisco new homes, green construction for new homes, homebuilding in Dallas, Landon news, Lifestyle 8000 tax credit, Lifestyle dallas homes, north Dallas home builder
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