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Directions

From Dallas: Take I-30 East across Lake Ray Hubbard and exit at Exit 71. Take the Frontage Road to the first intersection which is FM 551. Turn left and go north one mile to Highway 66. Stay north one half mile to CD Boren Parkway. Turn left at Fate City Hall and follow signs to Model Village.

From Greenville: Take I-30 West to Exit 71. Turn right on FM 551 and go north 1 mile to Highway 66. Stay north one half mile to CD Boren Parkway. Turn left at Fate City Hall and follow signs to Model Village.

Are You Retiring in the Right State?

Are You Retiring in the Right State?

The facts about retiring in Texas are important to any retiree whether you are already living there or looking to move to a retirement friendly state. The Loan Star state offers many benefits to the active adult, but choosing the right place to live and paying just your fair share of taxes are some of the facts the retiree needs to be aware of. Low Taxes Texas runs a low… Read more »

4 Reasons to Move Out of the City

4 Reasons to Move Out of Dallas and Into a Suburb

When deciding between a city and suburb, it’s a good idea to think about your family needs and each living environment. Factors like property size, property value, schools and space can help you compare the unique benefits of living in the suburbs over living downtown. If you are having trouble deciding, check out some of the great aspects of living in a suburb. 1. Bigger Houses & More Space: Compared to an inner-city… Read more »

Find Out What Rockwall County is Planning for the Future

Rockwall County rolled out its open spaces plan this week

Rockwall County rolled out its open spaces plan this week, a years-long effort to protect and enhance rural features that provide the unique identity sought by more residents than ever before. The plan helps pinpoint recreational opportunities, protecting views and giving public access to amenities such as the rock wall outcroppings that are central to the history and identity of the area. Water is the county’s dominant natural feature. The… Read more »