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New Construction Homes & Home Plans in Dallas, TX

The Lone Star State is the largest in the United States, and Dallas is its crowning glory. Dallas is a city of diversity in landscape and in culture.It is definitely understated just how rich Dallas is in sophistication. From the fun contemporary sculptural art at the Nasher Sculpture Center to the Crow Collection of Asian Art, you can experience unique out of the box art to appeal to your interest. If you favor a bit more historical pieces, then the Dallas Heritage Village at Old City Park or the Sixth Floor Museum/Texas School Book Depository could give you a glimpse of the life back in the 19th Century Dallas for you to appreciate.With over 200 days of sunshine annually in such a breathtaking city, it is no wonder that people in Dallas are always outside. The abundance of outdoor activity ranges from the Dallas Arboretum and the Dallas Botanical Garden where people can go for long walks and enjoy the remarkable scenery and well-manicured gardens. Bikers and hikers will appreciate the Katy Trail which was once an old railroad that has now become a beautiful trail for people to enjoy some exercise activities with a little dose of history. When all is said and done, it is clear that this city is an ideal destination for anybody looking to make it their new home. With a projected future job growth of about 41% thanks to the constant migration of people to Dallas, it is clear that there will be no shortage of jobs available to residents. Finding a home itself is also not difficult with builders such as David Weekly Homes and Coventry Homes offering 2 and 3 bedroom homes with square footage ranging from the 1800 to the 2300s. You will find that they cost anywhere from the high-300s to the low 600s.You can live however you want in Dallas, because the real estate market is booming. Choose from a cozy single family home, a spacious luxury home, a hip townhome, or more down to earth modular home. All in all, it will be a step up if you choose to make your new home in Dallas. New Home Source will point you in the direction of your next home and help you become part of this vibrant community as soon as possible.

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    5053 Plan (2104 Nassau Drive)

    5053 Plan - Auburn Hills - 60' Homesites: McKinney, Texas - Darling Homes

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    Ready to Build

    from $494,990

    Auburn Hills - 60' Homesites

    • 4 Br
    • 4.5 Ba
    • 3 Gr
    • 3,835 sq. ft.

    McKinney, TX 75071

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    by Darling Homes

    Rainier (7070 Coulter Lake Road)

    Rainier - Phillips Creek Ranch Riverton - 66' Homesites: Frisco, Texas - CalAtlantic Homes

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    Ready to Build

    from $587,990

    Phillips Creek Ranch Riverton - 66' Homesites

    • 4 Br
    • 3 Ba
    • 3 Gr
    • 3,230 sq. ft.

    Frisco, TX 75034

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    by CalAtlantic Homes

    2582W (838 Langholm Drive)

    2582W - Glen Crossing 60': Celina, Texas - Perry Homes

    19 Photos

    Ready to Build

    from $395,900

    Glen Crossing 60'

    • 4 Br
    • 3 Ba
    • 2 Gr
    • 2,582 sq. ft.

    Celina, TX 75009

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    by Perry Homes

    Jackson F (100 Diamond Lane)

    Jackson F - Sandstone Ranch Phase 2: Waxahachie, Texas - J Houston Homes

    Ready to Build

    from $349,990

    Sandstone Ranch Phase 2

    • 4 Br
    • 3 Ba
    • 2 Gr
    • 2,890 sq. ft.

    Waxahachie, TX 75165

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    by J Houston Homes

    Plan 613 (15331 Viburnum Road)

    Plan 613 - The Grove Frisco: Frisco, Texas - Highland Homes

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    Ready to Build

    from $683,990

    The Grove Frisco

    • 4 Br
    • 3.5 Ba
    • 3 Gr
    • 3,350 sq. ft.

    Frisco, TX 75035

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    by Highland Homes

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    Filmoor (2120 Triton)

    Filmoor - Willowcreek at Auburn Hills: McKinney, Texas - Taylor Morrison

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    Available Now

    from $444,501

    Willowcreek at Auburn Hills

    • 5 Br
    • 4 Ba
    • 2 Gr
    • 3,228 sq. ft.

    McKinney, TX 75071

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    by Taylor Morrison

    Parkfield (7404 Easley Drive)

    Parkfield - Tucker Hill: McKinney, Texas - David Weekley Homes

    4 Photos

    Ready to Build

    from $399,990

    Tucker Hill

    • 3 Br
    • 2.5 Ba
    • 2 Gr
    • 2,385 sq. ft.

    McKinney, TX 75071

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    by David Weekley Homes

    Mimosa (1621 Cedar Crest Drive)

    Mimosa - Gateway Parks - Premier 50’ Lots: Forney, Texas - Gehan Homes

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    Ready to Build

    from $279,990

    Gateway Parks - Premier 50’ Lots

    • 4 Br
    • 2.5 Ba
    • 2 Gr
    • 2,730 sq. ft.

    Forney, TX 75126

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    by Gehan Homes

    Plan 512T (4812 Union Park Blvd. East)

    Plan 512T - Union Park 50s: Aubrey, Texas - Highland Homes

    24 Photos

    Ready to Build

    from $332,990

    Union Park 50s

    • 3 Br
    • 2 Ba
    • 2 Gr
    • 2,236 sq. ft.

    Aubrey, TX 76227

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    by Highland Homes

    Hillcrest w/Media (1730 Mountain Creek Lane)

    Hillcrest w/Media - Lakes of La Cima: Prosper, Texas - Gallery Custom Homes

    Available Now

    from $594,172

    Lakes of La Cima

    • 5 Br
    • 4 Ba
    • 3 Gr
    • 4,298 sq. ft.

    Prosper, TX 75078

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    by Gallery Custom Homes

    Top New Home Cities in Dallas

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    City Homes Average New Home Price
    Frisco 1278 $560,014
    Prosper 1032 $511,197
    McKinney 864 $411,960
    Celina 681 $421,157
    Forney 367 $295,173
    Aubrey 327 $318,147
    Wylie 303 $366,950
    Argyle 301 $427,937
    Waxahachie 299 $311,187
    Little Elm 284 $367,099
    Midlothian 241 $331,345
    Allen 221 $538,323
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