Two of five most-searched neighborhoods in 2012 located in Texas

Many families settled down in Texan neighborhoods, based on recent internet search data from Realtor.com.While Houston homes are routinely some of the most popular neighborhoods for homebuyers to peruse, cities not too far removed from Texas’ largest metro area are proving to be in high demand as well.Realtor.com recently released its list for the most-searched for cities in 2012 among people who were looking to purchase a home. Of the top five, two were located in the Lone Star State – Willows Bend in Plano and Keller in Fort Worth. Both of these communities are about three-and-a-half hours northwest of Houston.The real estate information website notes that both Keller and Willows Bend are highly soughtby homeowners not only because of the homes themselves, but also because the localities are situated in such a way that makes for easy freeway access to other major parts of Texas, such as Houston and Dallas.Other hot spots, according to Realtor.com, include Old Town in Chicago, Spring Valley in Las Vegas and Stoneybrook in Orlando.A variety of neighborhoods throughout Texas are favored by homeowners. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the Lone Star State witnessed the largest population rise last year in the U.S. overall and also was the third-fastest growing state, topped by only North Dakota and the District of Columbia.
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