Fairway Dr is a residential area part of Grapevine, Texas in the state of Texas. Apartment complexes/high-rise apartments and single-family homes dominate the Fairway Dr real estate market, which ranges in size from tiny (studio to two bedroom) to medium sized (three or four bedroom) residences. The majority of residential real estate is occupied by a mix of owners and tenants, with the exception of a few vacant lots.
In Fairway Dr, there are 6.6 percent of available properties, which is lower than the 63.1 percent of American communities that have vacant properties. The demand for real estate in Fairway Dr is higher than the national average, which may indicate a desire for price hikes or the construction of new residential property in this neighborhood, depending on the situation.
According to research, more people carpool to work in the Fairway Dr area (23.0 percent) than in 98.0 percent of other neighborhoods in the United States of America.
Do you enjoy being surrounded by people from all over the country or the world, who have a variety of opinions and life experiences to share with you? Alternatively, do you want to live in an area where the majority of residents have been there for a long time, thereby generating a sense of community? This neighborhood distinguishes itself from other American neighborhoods by virtue of the high degree of mobility enjoyed by its people.
Compared to the rest of the country, the Fairway Dr area has a higher proportion of inhabitants who did not live here five years ago than is observed in 98.2 percent of all US neighborhood populations. This neighborhood, more than virtually any other in the United States, has attracted new inhabitants from other parts of the country.
Significantly, 3.7 percent of its population aged five and up predominantly speak Tagalog at home, which is the first language of the Philippine area and is the first language of the country. Despite the fact that this appears to be a contradiction,
Because the neighbors in the Fairway Dr community in Grapevine are upper-middle-class, the neighborhood has a higher than average income than the surrounding area. A higher salary is earned in this neighborhood than in 79.6 percent of all neighborhoods in America. As a result, 5.7 percent of the children seventeen and under who live in this area are living below the federal poverty line, which is a lower percentage of youth poverty than the rate seen in 69.7 percent of all neighborhoods in the United States.
It is true that the ancient adage “you are what you eat” holds true. However, it is equally true that you are defined by the work you do for a living. Each of your neighbors’ individual vocations shapes their personality, and when they come together as a group, their combined occupations define the culture of a community.