Today, in our continuing series on “Why Live In…,” we explore Grapevine, Texas. Grapevine is an independent city in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metropolitan area and is surrounded by several major highways and has many public transportation options, as well as Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport. Grapevine is home to several wineries and a historic downtown center. The top three employers in Grapevine, Texas are the City of Grapevine, Pavestone Manufacturing and Hilton-DFW Lakes.
“Grapevine provides corporate opportunity and a strong community at a reasonable cost. The Grapevine -Colleyville ISD has some of the best schools in Texas.” *Says Tanea Ridenour, of Pioneer Realty Group. She also says, “The Dallas-Fort Worth area consistently ranks near the top of U.S. metros for affordability. With that Grapevine boasts one of the lowest property tax rates in Tarrant County. Moreover, Grapevine provides great tourist attractions like the Great Wolf Lodge and the Gaylord Texan. The Gaylord is practically right across from Grapevine’s famous Main Street which holds restaurants, shopping, wineries and has several festivals every year. Grapevine is a must live in town.”*
Here are a few quick highlights:
- Estimated Population: 46,000
- Estimated Median Household Income: $76,000
- Estimated Home Value: $233,000
- Unemployment Rate: 2.90%
There are several great schools and amazing homes in Grapevine, Texas. Two of the schools in Grapevine have received Cruvita Gold Medals of Excellence at the national level, which you can see here, by clicking here or you can see their position on a map by clicking here.
Interested in the available homes in Grapevine, Texas? You can click here to see homes for sale and for rent in the area. You can also contact Tanea Ridenour directly at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by calling her at (214) 228-7959.
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