Today, in our continuing series on “Why Live In…,” we explore Keller, Texas.Keller is suburb Fort Worth and is surrounded by several acres of land with several parks and hiking trails.
Keller is home to over forty school campuses with over 35,000 students. The top employer is the Keller ISD.
"Location, focus on parks and recreation, well thought of schools and a business friendly climate help land Keller on national "top ten" and "best places to live" lists year after year. Keller's central location in the heart of the Metroplex offers easy access to major business centers and big-city conveniences, while 300 acres of park land and 23 miles of hike and bike trails entice city residents back home at the end of the day. It's an outstanding pairing for quality of life. The strength of the city's excellent economy, increasing home values, great public schools and low crime rates lead home buyers to Keller. It's a growing city, but still small by Metroplex standards, that hasn't forgotten it's small town roots." -Cindy Allen, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage.
Here are a few quick highlights:
- Estimated Population: 43,000
- Estimated Median Household Income: $115,000
- Estimated Home Value: $285,000
- Unemployment Rate: 2.90%
There are several great schools and amazing homes in Keller, Texas. Thirteen of the schools in Keller have received Cruvita Gold Medals of Excellence at the national level, which you can
see, by clicking here or you can see their position on a map by clicking here.
What do you think about Keller, Texas? Would you buy a home and raise your family here?
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