The Colony, TX -- (ReleaseWire) -- 07/14/2014 -- With the growing industry of real estate and housing market, Little Elm, Texas is emerging as a preferred place to invest in rising home values. The beautiful city is catching the eyeballs of those related to real estate business as well as home owners due to its amazing location. It is situated just north of Lewisville Lake, 30 minute drive from DFW International Airport and 45 minute drive to downtown Dallas.
According to the sources, in year 2013, Little Elm was recognized by FBI as the second safest city in country and in the state of Texas. The estimated population in town in 2013 was 35,059, while the estimated Retail Trade Area population stood at 137,917.
Little Elm, Texas is known for its outstanding planning and development factor. It has been honored by The Texas Chapter of the American Planning Association with a Certificate of ‘Achievement for Planning Excellence Award’ during 2007, 2011, 2012 and 2013. In year 2013, the city has also received a ‘Bronze Leaf Award’ for its commitment to urban forestry initiatives by the ‘Cross Timbers Urban Forestry Council.’ Little Elm has also been selected as the ‘Best Tree City USA community’ by ‘The Arbor Day Foundation’ for its commitment to urban forestry for three constant years from 2011 to 2013.
Little Elm is ranked at number one as the best city for home ownership in Texas. People who live here are only 35 miles away from downtown Dallas and they can easily find employment there. Residents can also go to Little Elm Park for relaxing on Lake Lewisville. An article titled ‘Top 10 Little Elm, Texas Subdivisions ranked by Home Sales’ lists the top 10 divisions of Little Elm according to the home sales.
When contacted, Mayor David Hillock said, “We are always ready to invest time and energy in making our Town even better — as such, we look forward to a very bright future as a community."
About Little Elm, Texas
Little Elm, Texas is a popular city in the county of Denton, Texas, United States. The city is also a suburb of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex.Contact Bob Baesmann