August Market Update - Coppell

Dated: September 6 2019

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Coppell has long been a highly desired place to live in the DFW metroplex. Highly rated schools, central location and proximity to DFW airport are only some of the factors that make it attractive. A quaint vibe with its old town pavillion and plentiful farmers market is mixed with popular community events and a love for the outdoors displayed through its parks, dog parks, running and biking groups. With a population of just under 42,000 and only 14.7 sqare miles to share, it is no wonder homes don't last long on the market in this part of DFW.

Let's take a look at the story the market told us this month about Coppell

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