p>It’s no surprise that Keller, TX made it onto Money Magazine’s list of the 100 Best Places to Live. The Dallas/Fort Worth suburb, which ranks number 7, has a healthy economy, beautiful parks, and rising home values. And it’s located near Dallas, where there are lots of fun things to do.
Home values in Keller, TX went up by 6% last year, making it one of the few places where owning a home actually proved to be a good investment. Unemployment is far below the national average, with only 5.8% of the population out of work. All in all, the residents of Keller seem to be somewhat insulated from the economic woes that plague the rest of the country.
The population in Keller has tripled since 1990 and currently hovers around 38,000 people. Residents work in the energy field and at nearby corporate giants FedEx and Fidelity Investments.
Even though the economy in Keller is going strong, many residents may still be uncomfortable making major purchases like exotic automobiles. Buying an exotic car is expensive, and there’s the added hassle of maintaining the vehicle, paying for insurance and finding secure exotic car storage.
For many automobile enthusiasts, exotic car rental is a great alternative to ownership. You can still drive the car of your dreams without worrying about where you’ll keep it or how you’ll come up with the payment. And for those who really love exotic cars, and exotic car club is also a great option. Members of exotic car clubs share an entire garage of exotic vehicles.
Visitors to the Dallas area enjoy the summer festivals, fun cultural events, and excellent shopping. There’s always something to do in the Dallas area, especially if you’re a fan of exotic cars. Automotive dream tours make the ultimate vacation entertainment or Dallas bachelor party activity. Participants get to drive several exotic vehicles in a single day.
For residents of Keller, TX, the beautiful parks and new town center make it fun to live in the Dallas area. The town has a rural feel with all the conveniences of big city living, and residents are proud to see it on the Money Magazine list.
“We keep hearing about this recession,” Keller resident Tracey Ramirez said to Money Magazine, “but we don’t really feel it here.”
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