Wildcat Ranch introduces its three award-winning builders that will be constructing the homes within this new community: Beazer Homes, Express Homes, and Lennar Builders. These builders are no stranger to the Dallas-Fort Worth area and are excited to start building new family homes in the Crandall community. Building a new home is not a small or easy decision. Here is an outline of the three builders to help you choose who will build your new dream home.
From flooring and countertops to cabinets and molding, Beazer works with “best in class” trade partners to bring you the highest quality innovation and design possible. The seven unique Beazer Homes floorplans available to Wildcat Ranch homebuyers vary from three and four bedrooms and 1,373 square feet up to 2,578 square feet, allowing buyers to choose the amount of space best suited to their needs. Multiple kitchen layout options are available for modern open spaces. The listing site not only offers a virtual tour video, but also has a design feature that allows potential homebuyers to plan their home online. New Beazer homes are built Network Ready, providing immediate Internet connectivity. Homebuyers can easily add their technology of choice after moving in. This builder’s commitment to exceed the latest Energy Star standards also extends significant energy savings to homeowners. Beazer Homes works tirelessly to personalize your space and reflect your style in every detail.
Committed to value, quality, and lifestyle, Express Homes gives you a piece of your American Dream. Express combines affordability with the superior quality of the nation’s #1 builder, DR Horton. Express Homes’ Craftsman Style designs use natural palettes of dark brown shades and exteriors decorated with brick and stone. Offering both one- and two-story homes with 28 different floorplans and square footage ranging between 1,258 square feet to 2,598 square feet, your Express home at Wildcat Ranch can be the new home of your dreams at a price you can afford.
Lennar Builders is ready to build a home that caters to all lifestyles with new homes for all stages of life, whether that be a first-time buyer or a move-up home buyer. All of their homes incorporate innovated design details and their signature “Everything’s Included” program which provides homebuyers with a high level of standard features already included with the cost of the home. Specifically, Lennar’s residences introduce the world’s first “Wi-Fi CERTIFIED” Home Designs. This builder believes in simplifying the home buying experience by including everything you need in a new home and community. Lennar is committed to their core values of quality, value, and integrity.
Our Model Row is now open by appointment only for potential homebuyers wanting to learn more about each of the builders at Wildcat Ranch. Beazer and Express have their models available to tour and Lennar Builders will have their model home completed this fall. There will representatives available to give you a tour and to answer any questions you might have. If you can’t make it to the property, they will also be offering virtual tours and be able to assist you from a virtual distance.
You are invited to discover a master-planned community like no other in the heart of Kaufman County, Texas. Wildcat Ranch is a new hometown where value meets lifestyle with floorplans handcrafted for your needs and great mortgage rates.
Located 20 minutes from Downtown Dallas, this community offers easy access to major roadways connected to the Dallas Metroplex for employment opportunities, as well as local shopping and dining. Within the community, residents have an assortment of amenities at their fingertips. There is something for everyone from the Amenity Center with an expansive pool and Fitness Center, to the dog parks, and the miles of trails. There is even a brand-new school, Noble Reed Elementary, within walking distance of the homes. Discover “Life On Your Terms” at Wildcat Ranch. Sign up to learn more.
Millennials have arrived, and they are now the largest segment of new home buyers across the country. With a fresh set of priorities, this powerful consumer segment is changing the traditional home buying process and impacting the future design of new home communities. Wildcat Ranch in Crandall, TX has taken note of these trends and incorporate them within their community to appeal to those looking to “Live on Your Terms.” Today’s historic low mortgage rates have opened a window of opportunity for these free spirits who are getting ready to settle down. Affordability is the #1 contributing factor to millennial’s modernizing the market.
For those looking for value, “surban” areas present the right opportunity. These innovative communities, like Wildcat Ranch, offer the best of suburban living with an urban vibe. High walkability scores, efficient public transportation, locally owned businesses, top-rated public schools and community parks for outdoor recreation are preferred. As more homebuyers are leaving the high density of the big cities, many employers are also taking note.
You don’t have to live in Silicon Valley anymore to be a player in the tech industry. Remote work environments and rising tech centers in Texas, Kansas, and Oklahoma are the next up-and-coming hubs. Lower costs of living and higher than average employment rates in these regions draw businesses and homebuyers. They see how much more they can get for their money in these areas without sacrificing their quality of life.
Being social within the community is a high priority to most millennials. Therefore, community design is taking into account the trend for social gathering spaces. Outdoor areas allowing for social distancing include fitness trails, dog parks, bike stations, rooftop decks, outdoor entertainment areas and gathering places. As millennials continue to rise in importance, new communities are including these features. Specifically, at Wildcat Ranch, this community includes an assortment of desirable amenities tailored to those looking to be social and active and to “Live on Your Terms.”
Not only has buying online become the choice of source to buy products, but it is also very convenient and easily accessible. Potential homebuyers have the opportunity to buy a house without even having to leave their own living room. This trend has also increased with the advancement of technology. The builders at Wildcat Ranch have jumped on this trend and are offering home tours through a virtual tour and also through video conferencing. Additionally, with the integration of Facebook and Instagram, viewing home listings has never been so accessible.
Having a “green” house does not mean the house is painted green or having house full of plants. Millennials are big on going green for environmental sustainability. Sustainability through more energy efficiency is important for both indoor and outdoor home features. The homes built at Wildcat Ranch will include features that make achieving a smaller footprint convenient by lowering utility costs, which makes owning a home more affordable and more appealing to Millennials.
Texas, more specifically Dallas-Fort Worth, is an upcoming hub for software development, cybersecurity, marketing, and finance, making it the Silicon Valley of the South. As these companies are looking for young talent to build their businesses, millennials have been the ones to take advantage of these new job opportunities. Millennials moving to the Dallas area in search of a job are likely to find one.
Additionally, the Dallas-Fort Worth area offers a variety of almost everything, including arts and entertainment, dining options, and recreation activities. Dallas has also been working to promote a healthy lifestyle for its residents, which is a big draw for millennials looking for outdoor adventures. It also has one of the largest park systems of any Texas city.
In fact, there is a new community coming to Crandall, Texas that offers the perfect hometown feel. Introducing Wildcat Ranch with a prime location for employment opportunities, shopping and dining. Just 20 minutes from Downtown Dallas, this community offers easy access to major roadways connected to the Dallas Metroplex. You are invited to be a part of something new in the fastest growing county in the region, Kaufman County.
Wildcat Ranch offers incredible value with homes priced from the $200s. Today’s historically low mortgage rates make it an excellent time to consider a move to the region. Residents have an assortment of amenities at their fingertips. There is something for everyone from the Amenity Center with an expansive pool and Fitness Center, to the dog parks, and the miles of trails. There is even a brand-new school, Noble Reed Elementary, within walking distance of the homes.
This is where value meets lifestyle, with floor plans hand crafted for your needs. Choose from three Award-Winning Home Builders to construct your dream home; Beazer Homes, Express Homes, and Lennar Homes. The Model Row Village is now open to tour! Discover “Life On Your Terms” at Wildcat Ranch. Join the interest list to meet the Builders.
The Dallas Fort Worth area is the fastest-growing metro area in Texas and the nation. The DFW Metroplex is the fourth largest metropolitan area in the country, with a population of 6,700,991, according to 2012 data. That’s a gain of over 1 million since 2000. What brings people to DFW? At least one reason is the jobs. The unemployment rate has been consistently lower than both the Texas and national averages: .35 and 1.2% lower in July of 2013, respectively. In addition, 18 DFW companies made the Fortune 500 list in 2013, including Wal-Mart, Exxon Mobil Corp., and Dallas-based AT&T. There are more than 70,000 firms in the area, with 90,000 physical business establishments. Around 4% of those firms and 1% of physical establishments have more than 500 employees.
Like other areas in Texas, DFW has plenty of employment opportunities for those who choose to relocate here. In addition, CNBC named Texas America’s Top State for Business in July 2012. The area has also consistently had a low cost of living, around the same as Houston, and considerably lower than Austin. With plenty of opportunities, it’s no wonder the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex has seen such growth.
The following is a list of the top 25 largest employers in the DFW area, ranked by how many employees they have locally. If you’re looking for a job in the DFW area, it’s a good place to start.
AMR is the world’s largest airline, and serves 250 cities across 40 countries, with thousands of daily flights. The company’s main headquarters are in Fort Worth and include the American, American Eagle, and American Connection lines. AMR was named the World’s Leading Airline to North America in 2012 by World Travel Awards.
Bank of America is one of the largest financial institutions in the world, and as of 2010, is the fifth-largest company in the United States by revenue. B of A serves small and middle-market businesses and individual customers with everything from investing, to asset management, to banking.
As one of the largest faith-based, non-profit health care systems in the nation, Texas Health Resources (THR) has 14 hospitals and more than 19,000 employees in the DFW area. Texas Health Resources was named in one of the top 25% of National Top Workplaces in 2013 by the Dallas Morning News.
With schools spread across 384 square miles, Dallas ISD serves 157,000 students in 220 schools in the cities of Dallas, Cockrell Hill, Seagoville, Addison, Wilmer, and parts of other areas, including Carrollton, Cedar Hill, Duncanville, Garland, and others.
Baylor’s largest campus is the Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas and provides excellent patient care as well as teaching and medical research. For the last 19 years, the hospital has been named one of America’s best hospitals by U.S. News and World Report.
Over the last century, AT&T has provided customers with innovative products and quality customer service. The company now has the largest 4G network in the United States, serving almost 3 million people with more than 32,000 WiFi hotspots around the nation. In 2013, AT&T U-verse was ranked highest in customer satisfaction, according to J.D. Powers.
Lockheed Martin provides innovations in aeronautics, information systems, global solutions, missiles and fire control, mission systems and training, and space systems. The company made $47.2 billion in sales in 2012 and was ranked 58th on the 2012 Fortune 500 list of largest industrial corporations. The Fort Worth facility builds mainly military aircraft, such as the F-16 Fighting Falcon and the F-117 Nighthawk.
JP Morgan is one of the largest banks in Texas. It serves 21 million households, services 7 million mortgages, and has more than 1.6 million customers worldwide. The American Customer Satisfaction Index named the company number one in customer satisfaction in 2012. Its Dallas headquarters is in the JP Morgan Chase Tower, one of the tallest skyscrapers in the city with over 55 stories.
The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center has three degree-granting institutions that train 4,600 medical, graduate and health professional students per year. The center cares for nearly 90,000 hospitalized patients and receives more than 1.9 million outpatient visits per year, with an annual budget of around $1.86 billion.
The City of Dallas has a population of over 1,250,000 people and employs 12,836 of them. As the third-largest city in Texas, it is located mostly in Dallas county, but small portions are also in Collin, Denton, Kaufman, and Rockwell counties.
HCA, Inc. was founded in 1968 and was one of the nation’s first hospital companies. The company provides around 4 or 5 percent of all medical care in the nation. HCA North Texas has numerous hospitals, imaging, and surgery centers throughout the DFW area, including the Denton Regional Medical Center, the Medical Center of Lewisville, and the Medical City Dallas Hospital, among others.
The Naval Air Station Forth Worth Joint Reserve Base was established in 1994 as the first Joint Reserve Base in the country. It is made up of 40 separate commands and its 11,350 personnel include active-duty military, Guardsmen, Reservists, and civilian employees.
In 1775, Benjamin Franklin appointed the first Postmaster General and the United States Postal Service was born. USPS has processed 160 billion pieces of mail with 70,000 stores, banks, and kiosks around the country. The organization has the largest civilian vehicle fleet in the country and delivers mail in rain, sleet or snow.
The public school system of Fort Worth was founded in 1882, and today employs 10,129 teachers and staff. All hiring for the Fort Worth ISD is done through their Human Capital Management organization.
Kroger is one of the largest retail companies in the United States and was ranked number 23 on the 2013 Fortune 500 List. Kroger operates 2,424 supermarkets, 786 convenience stores, 328 fine jewelry stores, and 37 manufacturing plants. There are 206 Kroger-owned supermarkets in Texas, and 85 of those are in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metropolitan Area.
Texas Instruments designs and supplies semiconductors and digital signal processing solutions for the world market. Dallas is home to TI’s American operations, which has been on Fortune’s Most Admired Companies List for 10 consecutive years.
Established in 1922, Raytheon achieved $25 billion in sales in 2011. The company provides a broad range of mission support systems, including state-of-the-art electronics and mission systems integration for customers around the world. Raytheon employs 8,700 people in 7 different facilities in the DFW area.
The first Target store opened in 1962, and in the very same year it gained the nickname “Tar-zhay.” The company has 1,778 stores in the U.S. and 82 in Canada, supporting 361,000 employees. DiversityInc Magazine ranked Target number 20 in its list of Top 50 Companies for Diversity in 2013.
The United Parcel Service began as a messenger service in 1907 and has grown into a global corporation that services 2000 companies around the world. 2012 revenue was $54.1 billion, with a delivery rate of around 16.3 million packages daily. Though headquartered in Atlanta, GA, UPS employs 8,555 workers in the DFW area.
For more than a century, Parkland Health and Hospital has served Dallas County with talented medical professionals. Parkland has 14 medical centers in the Dallas area, including the Burn Intensive Care Unit, the Arrhythmia Management Center, and a Diabetes Treatment Center.
As an epicenter of economy and arts, everyone wants to be near Dallas-Fort Worth. As a result, many communities have sprung up around the Metroplex. However, there’s one community twenty minutes southeast of Dallas that outshines all of the rest, where there are more trees than towers, and the homes reflect the simple way of life that’s lived there at Wildcat Ranch.
Residents have an assortment of amenities at their fingertips. There is something for everyone, from the Amenity Center with an expansive pool and Fitness Center to the dog parks to the miles of trails. Neighbors will congregate to take fitness classes together, watch their kids play on the tot lots, compete on the sports fields, and attend community events and parties together. The on-site school, Noble Reed Elementary, opened for its first school year in 2019.
The Wildcat Ranch Homes are priced from the $200’s and floor plans handcrafted to meet your needs. Choose from four award-winning home builders to construct your dream home: Beazer Homes, and Express Homes. The Model Row Village will be available to tour this Spring. To learn more, get a free copy of our Wildcat Ranch Texas Digital brochure!
Source: Destination DFW