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Looking to move to the Dallas-Fort Worth Metropolitan, or just relocating within the area? Here are five Dallas neighborhoods to know about:

1. Campbell Green

Campbell Green ranks first on Niche’s list of Best Neighborhoods to Raise a Family in Dallas, second on its list of ​​Best Neighborhoods to Live in Dallas, and ninth on its list of Best Neighborhoods to Buy a House in Dallas.

According to Apartment List, Campbell Green offers a great outdoor fun and a family-friendly vibe.

According to Niche, the area gives off an “Urban Suburban Mix” feel, and its residents are primarily young professionals.

Most residents own their home, and the median home value is ​​$391,678, according to Niche.

Current listings in the area range from the $400s to over $1M.

2. Greenland Hills

According to East Dallas Living, the Greenland Hills is a “charming neighborhood with an old-fashioned feel” that was designed to be one of Dallas’s first more affluent suburbs.

Greenland Hills ranks fourth on Niche’s list of Best Neighborhoods to Live in Dallas.

According to Niche, the area gives off an “Urban Suburban Mix” feel, and many of its residents are families and young professionals.

Most residents own their home, and the median home value is ​​$460,321, according to Niche.

Current listings in the area start at the mid $600s.

3. Lakeview Heights

Lakeview Heights ranks fourth on Niche’s list of Best Neighborhoods to Buy a House in Dallas, fourth on its list of Best Neighborhoods to Raise a Family in Dallas, and fifth on its list of Best Neighborhoods to Live in Dallas.

According to Niche, the area gives off a “Dense Suburban” feel, and many of its residents are families and young professionals.

Most residents own their home, and the median home value is $656,180, according to Niche.

Current listings in the area range from the $500s to over $1M.

4. Prestonwood

According to Neighborhoods.com, Prestonwood is a peaceful suburban community situated between Dallas and Plano.

Prestonwood ranks third on Niche’s list of Best Neighborhoods to Live in Dallas.

According to Niche, the area gives off a “Dense Suburban” feel, and its residents are primarily families.

Most residents own their homes, and the median home value is $403,040, according to Niche.

Current listings in the area range from the $300s to nearly $3M.

5. Preston Highlands

According to Neighborhoods.com, Preston Highlands is a well-established community featuring large homes that are competitively priced.

Preston Highlands ranks first on Niche’s list of Best Neighborhoods to Live in Dallas.

According to Apartment List, Preston Highlands is popular among families and those looking for a quieter way of life with a suburban feel.

According to Niche, the area gives off an “Urban Suburban Mix” feel, and many of its residents are families and young professionals.

Most residents rent their homes, and the median rent is $1,452. The median home value is $383,008, according to Niche.

Current listings in the area range from the $400s - $600s.

Briana Edwards is a contributor for Check Out DFW and writes about things to do and city recommendations. She has written for the NBC television station in Houston, a variety of entertainment publications and the Houston rodeo.