Money Names Rockwall, Texas #4 on the 2020 Best Places to Live List

One of the fastest growing cities in one of the fastest growing states, Rockwall, Texas has experienced enormous growth in jobs in the past five years and is projected to continue on this trend for the next five. Despite pandemic setbacks regarding economic impact and job loss, it appears Rockwall is rebounding about 4% quicker than that of the national average regarding unemployment. Home to some very large and secure companies, employers like aerospace and defense contractor L3Harris and Texas Health Hospital Rockwall may have provided some stability amidst the crisis.

Another contributing factor to the overall appeal of Rockwall that helped it land #4 on Money’s 2020 Best Places to Live list is its sheer charm. The downtown district is not only walkable, but tastefully balances small town charm with city life entertainment. You can experience the country feel of local shops, restaurants and farmers’ markets by day, and enjoy a live concert at the waterfront Harbor District’s amphitheater by night.

Breezy Hill

The Brendan at Breezy Hill

Breezy Hill is Rockwall’s premiere master-planned community. Strategically designed with luxury and convenience in mind, residence have an array of home customization options at their fingertips. Catered to fit any lifestyle, this home community is truly one-of-a-kind. Enjoy stellar recreational activities at Lake Ray Hubbard and the Rockwall Golf & Athletic Club.

To learn more about new home opportunities in Rockwall, contact Anita Kosco, your New Home Specialist, or for more information about our new home communities located throughout the Dallas area, visit dreeshomes.com.

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