The housing market is complex, with countless factors influencing prices. Two key elements that influence the market are new construction home sales and new and existing home inventory levels. Their relationship is symbiotic, yet intricate, and understanding their impact on pricing is key for both buyers and sellers.
In the heart of North Texas, Harvest by Hillwood boasts more than just a convenient location, on-site schools, and incredible amenities. Our greatest asset is our vibrant Harvest community, bonded by the memories we make together through our award-winning lifestyle program. Offering a variety of groups, events, classes, and volunteer opportunities, the Harvest lifestyle program creates countless opportunities for neighbors to become friends, all year long.
Embarking on the home-building journey is an exciting adventure, especially in a community like Harvest by Hillwood in Argyle/Northlake, TX. Still, building your own home comes with its fair share of challenges, and it’s only natural to have a lot of questions.
Creating a culture of belonging is one of the guiding principles of Hillwood Communities. And our new home communities, like Harvest by Hillwood in Argyle/Northlake, TX, are purposefully designed so residents can live life together for greater joy and mutual support. The affinity groups at Harvest by Hillwood in Argyle/Northlake, TX (which are part of our award-winning lifestyle program) are one way we help connect neighbors and create community. At Harvest, everyone has a place where they belong.
Why do folks love living at Harvest by Hillwood in Argyle/Northlake, TX? Is it the beautiful homes, the farm-to-table focus, the on-site schools in acclaimed school districts, the exceptional indoor and outdoor amenities, or the location convenient to two airports and the DFW metroplex? Ask our residents, and they’ll agree those factors are a big part of the community’s appeal.
We are so proud that Harvest by Hillwood was recently named Master-Planned Community of the Year at the 2022 McSAM Awards hosted by the Dallas Builders Association. Harvest was praised for its unique agrihood concept, beautiful array of amenities, and year-round lifestyle program that helps connect neighbors and create a true sense of community.
The events of the past eighteen months have inspired many of us to evaluate our jobs, homes, and cities and change what isn’t working. For some, this entailed moving to a new home or community.
The new home community at Harvest by Hillwood was intentionally designed to create a relaxed, welcoming place where people are drawn together to meet, get acquainted, and form the bonds of friendship that can last for years.
Ever since the opening of the Fort Worth Alliance Airport in 1989, the Alliance corridor along I-35W has seen tremendous growth, particularly over the last several years. With more and more businesses and residents flocking to the area every year, the future of Alliance and North Fort Worth is bright indeed.
If you have school-age kids, you know that education matters. You want your children to succeed, and because of that, living in a good school district is a high priority when you’re looking for a neighborhood to move into.
Buyers who choose Harvest by Hillwood for their new home select a community that is different from other master-planned communities.
What is a garden-style home, exactly? If you ask three people “what is a garden home?” you might get three different answers. Is a garden home a property with a private back yard and garden? Or is it a home built on a lot just large enough for the home’s footprint, but not a big yard? Or is it a compact home, in a beautifully landscaped community, full of amazing amenities, that requires little yard maintenance on the part of the homeowner? Let’s explore.
Boasting great schools, abundant job opportunities, and a convenient location, the greater Fort Worth, TX area is a wonderful place to raise a family. Here’s a list of the best up-and-coming neighborhoods in Fort Worth to consider when looking for a new home.
Buying a home is a big step and there is a lot to think about before you make an offer. While many people focus on paint colors, appliances, flooring, or fixtures, if you don’t like these things, they can be changed. What cannot be changed, on the other hand, is your home’s location.
Are you considering a move to Argyle, TX? You’ve made a great choice, and welcome to your new home! We know you’re going to love it here.
Imagine your dream home. What does it include? A home office, guest bedroom, or maybe even a home gym? This is where having a flex room comes in handy for growing families and first-time homebuyers ready to find the home of their dreams—the possibilities are endless.
When you move into a master planned community, you’re gaining more than just wonderful neighbors. Master planned communities, in a way, provide much of what the city offers, but with even more mixed in.