Dallas New Homes Directory
The Dallas New Homes Directory is one of the most useful real estate sites on the Internet for finding new homes for sale in Dallas. New Homes Directory .com is the easiest place for home searchers to find new homes and new condos as well as the most efficient means for new home builders to get results promoting their new home communities in Dallas.
The Dallas New Homes Directory is designed to be the most simple, easy to use real estate resource on the web, for finding new homes for sale, green homes, new home builders, and new home communities in Dallas Texas. You may search for Fort Worth new homes and new condos in Dallas by Price, Location, Builders, and by Master Planned Communities.
It's a city of big hair, big homes and big deals. For visitors, Dallas Fort Worth can also be big fun. You just need to know where to look. While Dallas' charms may not be evident at first glance – no one comes here for the scenic vistas – a little digging reveals a city with a surprising array of activities for everyone from culture vultures to shopaholics.
Of course everything in Dallas Fort Worth has to be the biggest. Like Frisco, the seventh-fastest growing suburb in the nation and McKinney the nation's fastest growing city from 2000 to 2003 and again in 2006.Or the best. So, Dallas Ft. Worth has one of the largest concentrations of Art Deco buildings in the nation at Fair Park; one of the top collections of Spanish Art outside Spain (at the Meadows Museum); and one of the acoustically best concert halls in the world (the Meyerson).
But this is a city that lives in the present. It celebrates what's sleek, stylish and contemporary. No wonder that Dallas' second favorite sporting event – after Dallas Cowboys games – is shopping, and its most famous export is Neiman Marcus.
Dallas has hot summers and mild winters with occasional short-lived cold spells. Expect summer highs to average in the mid 90s F, with July being the hottest (it's not unusual for temperatures to be above 100 F). Humidity runs 35%-80% in the summer, which can be fairly uncomfortable for those who aren't used to it. Summer visitors should pace themselves and wear light, loose clothing and a hat with a brim -- the Texas sun is intense.