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Dallas Suburbs for single mother, teenage daughter?
I am thinking of moving to Dallas for my job, I wonder what suburb would be best? For houses, I look forward to everything’m in the 150k-210k-Bereich.Ich a single mom, my daughter is in the 8 . Go to class, so I would a school district with a good sized and high school mögen.Sie is not good at their current school case, the school district for very rich, snooty children is known, and it does not fit in well and is for wearing gemiedenNiedrige of clothes from Hot Topic etc. crime rate is very important for us Best Answer (s):.

lester mount Reply
Check out some of the neighborhoods in Plano or Richardson.

Hey what’s up.Plano low crime rate, but the houses are all the rich people live either expensive in Plano or Friscon.Richardson only had one murder in the last 2 years, I think Richardson is very safe and crime is low, since they find for a 150,000 houses one, I work in richardson very clean and safe.E-mail me back if you need further assistance.

Answer by Prairie Girl your budget housing should be excluded to the suburbs of Plano, Frisco, Allen, McKinney, Flower Mound, Coppell and possibly Richardson. Look in these suburbs: Lewisville & Carrollton in North Dallas, Grand Prairie south of Dallas – could find a nice house in this price range, all three have low crime rates, good schools, and you have

<. p> Reply RochelleSC
It really depends on what kinds of “amenities” you are looking for from the community you will live if you are a truly “urban” lifestyle (museums, theaters, unique restaurants and shopping, culture, etc.) want, then I would check into life in a better neighborhood in Dallas city (only a qualified real estate agent can give you the truth about the neighborhooods they sell, trust) and seriously consider your daughter in a Privatschule.Wenn you are looking to feel a “suburb”, and you definitely go to in Dallas (not Ft.Worth) to work, then all other suburbs mentioned are the ones to check. The fine points that I would add are: the real estate market in Plano and Frisco (even with the foreclosure situations) can still be quite intense. Plano is a nationally known community and school district and relocate the people here constantly, the housing market still holds quite competitive. And while Plano schools are good, they are under constant scrutiny by the media, because of a variety of topics. Heroin problems one of the best autism units in the nation This has led to optimize the quarter and continuously change things up, Shuffle administrators around, and basically have what appears to be an “identity crisis.” Schools are not the same throughout the city (though with a teenager brings your choices about 8) and of course, gossip about each of them is just that …. Talk and rumors of people teaching done on / to other schools. (Trust me on this, as a former student and teacher of PISD!) Plano has a lot more well-established infrastructure, culture (albeit, suburban) and enclaves, and if you and your daughter, are very receptive sociable and versatile, can You should have no problem in the “cliques” that Plano is unfortunately also break with known. However, if neither of you is that comfortable with as the “new kid on the block”, the Frisco area might consider ….. because almost no one is originally “Frisco” ….. Frisco is and was the HOT, HOT, HOT place to build a new house (I do not know, it’s a house in this city that are older than 10 years !), but that has all of the problems involved in this situation. The schools are overcrowded (I think they are building one or two new Elementary every year!), The traffic is terrible because all the streets and Frisco is still in its “infant” stage of development of its identity as a city, albeit with three major sports facilities, and two large tollways cut it, go to accelerate this process. I think the chances of your finding a great house in your price range here are probably pretty good because it jump in your price range by people from the apartment complexes in houses they could not really afford a lot of foreclosures. Frisco has a lot to offer if you tolerate being part of a booming community kann.Die other municipalities mentioned. Allen, McKinney, Coppell, and are also great options (I have lived in McKinney for 4 years) Allen is stuck a small town between Plano and McKinney and it’s pretty hard to tell it apart from the other two, although they are building a huge shopping center at 75, what happens is the road of many housing development (but that’s in the Fairview city limits). Allen was a little “blink-and-you miss-it” until recently and its school system is struggling city to its population boom (part of it flows into Plano ISD) aufzuholen.Coppell was only “somewhere in the vicinity of the airport” for years but now, with the development of toll road 121, it’s really started to grow, but that’s all I wissen.McKinney is the oldest community in Collin County, which is a good and bad thing. There is a small art scene here, an actual “downtown” with antiques, boutiques and cafes, as well as a performing arts center (the courthouse rebuilt). There are historically designated houses and guest rooms as in the same neighborhoods “scratch and builds”, and these neighborhoods back to “hood” areas that are just a little scary (this usually means OLD in Collin County!) Then you have STONEBRIDGE …… a multi-level group of planned communities within a community that many families from Plano, Richardson, Dallas, and have in the last 5-7 years is moving because of the amenities for children / families. The latest development is CRAIG RANCH of 121, which is going to be a pretty high-class golf course community. Again, the school system is struggling to keep up with all the train-Ins, and not dictate your house, what school they will attend (can explain a broker), this can be confusing and irritating. We love living here because of the mix of old and new, the multi-cultural aspects, and accessibility to major highways (75, 121, 380) And for those who said that only rich people live in Frisco or Plano. – ROTFL! Give me a break! 4 years ago I bought my house here on a single teacher’s salary, my mother bought her house in Plano 10 years ago on the same, and I know tons of other teachers of Frisco, under 200K in houses leben.Auch GOSSIP People who do not live here! 🙂

Answer by TX2step
Rochelle said that it was good … You could also look at Anna and Melissa, who are more “in the country” and about 5-10 miles north of McKinney. Even extremely low crime rate (if any), and the houses would be less expensive because it further away from Dallas …… Very pretty out there, and not built at all – yet

Answer by ∞ ∞ infiniti
If you do not want your daughter in a snobby stuck up school district, stay away from Plano. Richardson has a very good school district, but there are a lot of immigrant children who are placed by their parents under pressure, remain auszuzeichnen.Auch away from all the schools in the Dallas Independent School District (lousy). Attempt, Lewisville, Coppell , Euless (or one of the mid-cities), Arlington, Grand Prairie, Garland, Mesquite, or depending on the location of your work. These suburbs are fairly close to Dallas and have more economically diverse Populationen.KriminalitĂ€tsstatistik for a certain area to get to the relevant police station under the “Freedom of Information Act”.

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