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In the heart of North Texas lies the flourishing metropolitan area of Dallas-Fort Worth, encompassing ten major cities over thirteen counties. Here, your life is chock-full of exciting, noteworthy attractions, a thriving arts district, high-class shopping, hip cafes, incredible music venues, art galleries and museums. Dallas has six pro sports teams and hosts NASCAR events at Texas Motor Speedway.
LGI Homes has new home neighborhoods throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth area with family-friendly amenities and beautiful move-in ready homes. Each home is fully upgraded, at no additional cost to you! Enjoy a chef-ready kitchen and master retreat with low monthly payments when LGI Homes are your DFW homebuilder.
- #5 'The Best Places to Retire in 2020' (Forbes)
- #2 '10 Best Places to Live in Texas in 2021 - 2022' (US News)
- #12 'The Top 15 Cities in the United States' (Travel + Leisure, 2021)
- #3 'Top 20 Best Tech Cities for IT Jobs' (CompTIA, 2021)
- Major attractions include The Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden, The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza, Six Flags Over Texas, Klyde Warren Park, AT&T Stadium, Children's Aquarium at Fair Park
- 24 Fortune 500 companies have headquarters in the DFW metroplex
- Major industries include defense, financial services, information technology and data, semiconductors, telecommunications, transportation, processing, life sciences
Frequently Asked Questions
Continue reading for answers to frequently asked questions about our homes, community and the area.
What cities are in the Dallas-Fort Worth Area?
The Dallas-Fort Worth area is one of the fastest-growing metropolitan areas in the country. The metro area encompasses burgeoning towns and growing cities, including Plano, Garland, Irving, Mckinney, Frisco, Arlington and many more. Homebuyers can find LGI new homes for sale in many of the surrounding areas.
How many people move to the Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) area each year?
The Dallas-Fort Worth area, or DFW, gets tens of thousands of new residents yearly. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, DFW gained an average of 39,378 residents annually from 2015 to 2019, ranking number 3 behind the Inland Empire and Phoenix. Growth is picking up. From July 2020 to July 2021, Dallas-Fort Worth was the third-fastest-growing metropolitan area in the nation, with 54,319 new residents.
What are some of the best attractions in the Dallas area?
Some of the most visited places in Dallas include the Reunion Tower, The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza, the Perot Museum of Nature and Science, the Dallas Zoo, the Dallas Museum of Art, the Bishop Arts District and the John F. Kennedy Memorial Plaza. Dallas hosts live events throughout the year, including sporting events for MLB, NBA, MLS, NHL, WNBA and colleges.
What is Dallas famous for?
Dallas is known for cowboys and the city's time as an early center of trade. It's best known, however, as the city where the assassination of President John F. Kennedy took place on November 22, 1963.
What county is Dallas in?
The city of Dallas is in Dallas County, the third-most populous county in the state of Texas. Dallas is the county seat of Dallas County.
Is the Dallas-Fort Worth Metropolitan area part of the Metroplex Region of Texas?
Yes, it is. According to Texas.gov, the Metroplex Region is about 15,600 square miles in northern Texas. Within the Metroplex are 19 counties and two metropolitan statistical areas (MSAs); Sherman-Denison MSA and the Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington MSA. The latter MSA, Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington, includes the Dallas-Fort Worth Metropolitan area.