• Anderson Loves Dallas

    Be close to everything that is DALLAS

    Too many advantages to pass up

    EPISODE ONE

    Meet the Anderson Twins

    EPISODE TWO

    Discover our newest home

    EPISODE THREE

  • History Made Yesterday and Today

    In 1917, Dallas was a small Texas town surrounded by endless miles of flat prairie. In October of that war year the U.S. Army planted a training base well to the north of town and scraped out a grass landing strip used for training recon pilots. Army barracks and a couple of hangars rounded out the base. In honor of an Army aviator, Moss Love who died in a 1913 crash in California, the base named Love field.

     

    In the post war year, the surrounding land was developed into roads and lots that housed military families; the nondescript neighborhood grew humbly from there and eventually became a semi-rural part of Dallas. As the air field itself grew over the decades to serve bother commercial and general aviation, the neighborhood only deteriorated.

     

    Now, nearly a century later, with the repeal of the Wright Amendment the airport is now open to unlimited-destination departures. This has triggered expansion of facilities, the opening of a new Virgin Airlines terminal, and has invigorated residential and commercial growth. To take advantage of this formerly unremarkable but now demographically ripe property, Anderson Homes Dallas has started to build the hottest homes near Love Field Airport.

     

    OUR HOMES ARE BUILT NEAR THESE MAJOR ATTRACTIONS:

    Love Field Airport

    Park Cities

    Medical District

    Design District

    SMU Campus

    Uptown

     

    We foresee a future of comfortable, upscale living in the newly refurbished area. We will bring it to fulfillment within 2 to 5 years from ground breaking. It will comprise of three stages of individual homes utilizing green building materials, efficient cottage design and the latest in security and home automation technology. Attractive prices will range from $750,000 - $950,000. New schools, churches, bike and jogging trails, and park facilities are in the plans for this first phase of visionary small town within a big city.

  • Why Dallas?

    Here are just a few reasons!

    1

    Great Weather

    Fantastic weather year round.

     

     

    Average High

    76°

     

     

    Average Low

    55°

    2

    No State Income Tax

    You read that right. Yes, one surprise people find when they start working in Texas is that there are no state income taxes.

     

    You get to keep more of the money you earn.

    3

    Strong Local Economy

    According to data from Indeed, Dallas is 3rd in the U.S. for highest salaries.

     

    2nd Ranked US City with Corporate Headquarters for Exxon, AT&T, American Airlines, Southwest Airlines, JC Penny, Texas Instruments, Toyota, Kimberly-Clark, and 7-Eleven.

    4

    Sports Town

    The Dallas Cowboys are fondly known by many as "America’s Team." The five-time super bowl champions play at AT&T Stadium, located in Arlington just west of Dallas. Home to the 2011 NBA Champion Dallas Mavericks, MLB's Texas Rangers, Dallas Stars of the NHL, and FC Dallas of the MLS.

     

    One more thing...Friday Night Lights is no joke. We love our high school football teams here!

    5

    Central Location

    Conveniently located between both coast, and 2 Major airports that offer direct flights to just about any destination.