That will depend on what you want to spend, that will determine the part you live in.
Weather is the same as Dallas. The commute to downtown could be long if your driving during rush hour.
The listing report states that the house has been vandalized. You would need to get the house inspected by a licenced home inscpector to be able to estimate how much Structural/Mechanical repair is needed. You will get an idea how much cosmetic work need to be done when you view the house. Your Realtor can then help you determine what market value would be after renovation. Ask for a CMA (Comparable Market Analysis) report also from your Realtor. That report will determine suggested sales price based on actual closed recent sales close to the property.
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You'll want to talk to a landman or someone that sells oil and gas investments.
Dallas county is mostly excluded right now.
Mostly Tarrant county and you have to own the mineral rights.
You can purchase mineral rights without owning the land above it.
So likewise you can purchase land without owning the mineral rights.
You might look at a website like:
or the Texas Railroad commssion website:
Truly nothing I have many of my clients are in that particular area don't foresee any problems they budget their time only based on traffic returning home to their residence.
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Hello Q N Joe! I would very much recommend finding a realtor to show you some condos near the downtown area. A realtor doesn't cost the buyer (you) anything, and he or she will be able to talk with you to understand you and your lifestyle to then find an area that will fit best with YOU and what you are wanting. If you need a good recommendation, let me know!... more
Much would really depend on what best means to you....keep in mind that best is often subjective...consider a visit and take a firsthand look at complexes of interest, then decide what's best for you........ more
There is no simple answer to this.
Here is a link to Dallas' Interactive Crime Map that may help you decide where it would be safe.
Just bear in mind that not all crimes are reported, almost every place on the face of the Earth has some crime, and your idea of "safe" and what someone else thinks is "safe" will likely be different.... more