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Allen

Allen is a suburb in Dallas, located in Collin County. It has been consistently rated as one of the best places to reside in Texas due to its enmities, shopping and dining options, security, and thriving economy.

Population

This northern city has a population of 101, 700 with the majority of the Inhabitations being 

 Non-Hispanic White followed by African Americans, then Native Americans. The population is also spread out in terms of age with an almost equal male to female ratio.

Attractions

Allen’s location between Fort Worth and Dallas makes it a city with a rich history. It’s known for its community parks, historic villages, and event centers that provide avenues for outdoor activities. 

This is a fantastic suburb in Dallas that features world-class shopping and dining sports in addition to arts and culture centers.

The top sights and attractions in Allen include:

Heard Natural and Science Museum: features interactive exhibits and nature trails
Southfork Ranch: a scenic ranch that has featured in various TV shows
Celebration Park: ideal for kid-friendly outdoor activities. It features playgrounds and public ball fields
Oak Point Park and nature preserve: a quite large Scenic Park with a lake and several trails.
Allen Community Theater: hosts a wide range of seasonal plays throughout the year.

Its attractions in addition to the shopping and dining options make it a vibrant city with numerous fun and entertainment options to engage in.

Real Estate Market and Economy

Allen’s real estate market is very competitive with a score of 85/100. Its median property has increased by more than 16% over the past year with the average house price standing at $408,000. Prices are still expected to go up thanks to the high demand and the good economy.

Allen’s job market has increased by almost 3.3% over the last year alone and in the next 10 years, the job growth is predicted to be around 45%. This percentage is quite higher based that the use job growth hasn’t reached 40%.

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