In the 1960s there were many Dallas professionals who wanted to get away on the weekends, so they went up to their temporary lakeside residents. The whole community loved it there so much that they decided to have about 100 of them make their residence permanent and moved to this new Highland Village which was incorporated in 1963. It is said that this small rural town in Texas morphed into a suburban city practically overnight. Today there are public schools that rank quite high and the city has the 6th highest percentage of owner occupied homes out of all of the Dallas suburbs. These homeowners here have enjoyed seeing the values of their homes rise greatly since 2012. Highland Village has a higher median list price per square foot than the Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington metro average and things continue to look up as there are 695 new construction homes available on the market. With so much real estate action, we hope you will trust Crosstown Engineering to provide you with our expert engineering reports, foundation evaluations, and home inspections for your family. Give us a call!