In 1902 the town of Prosper, Texas was built as a stop on the St. Louis, San Francisco Railway in Elm Valley which was known as a prosperous agricultural region and ended up being one of the last established towns in Collin County. With the evolution of the horse-drawn buggy to the automobile, there became a rise of people moving in and out of the rural community. Today, Prosper is home to more than hundreds of families and over one-hundred businesses. There are 595 new home communities available for families to choose from here. The median list price per square foot in Prosper is higher than Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington Metro average. Real estate trends say it is a buyers market, giving people who want to move here an upper hand. Crosstown Engineering is here to help with exactly that, we can provide you with the best engineering reports, foundation evaluations, and home inspections in the Prosper area. Give us a call!