Buying Homes for Sale in Lewisville Independent School District

Lewisville ISD Logo

Homes for sale in Lewisville School District consist of the following cities: Lewisville (no brainer huh), Flower Mound, Carrollton, Highland Village, Copper Canyon, Double Oak, and The Colony. For most buyers or sellers, school districts are really important when it comes to where they will purchase their next home. In the Lewisville ISD, there are six high schools that are structured for the Lewisville ISD feeder patterns.

Lewisville homes for sale average $186,490 in listing price. The average sale of homes in the Lewisville ISD are $224,678*.

Lewisville ISD Boundary Map

In Lewisville itself, the average sale of homes are $213,949. Lewisville has the best location of any city in the metroplex. It is bounded by major highways such as 121 Tollway, Interstate 35E, and Business 121. These highways can connect you to Denton, Dallas, Frisco, McKinney, and Fort Worth. The biggest attraction is the the Dallas Fort Worth International Airport is literally 10 minutes away from Lewisville off of Highway 121. With plenty of shopping centers and restuarants nestled along 121 and 35E, Lewisville has something for the whole family. The Lewisville High School Feeder Pattern consist of one senior high school, two ninth and tenth grade high schools, four middle schools, and twelve elementary schools.

The Colony
In The Colony, the average sale of  homes are $168, 072. Nestled by Lewisville Lake and 121 Tollway, The Colony, Texas is one of the fastest growing suburbans areas in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. It is now home to the largest furniture retailer in America with Nebraska Furniture Mart to be opened in 2015. As this area continues to grow with new developments, the time to buy in The Colony is now. The Colony High School Feeder Pattern consist of one high school, two middle schools, and nine elementary schools.

Flower Mound
In Flower Mound, the average sale of homes are $262,719. This town is located east of Lewisville.  Flower Mound consists of two high schools Flower Mound High School and Marcus High School. Each school has their own feeder pattern. The Flower Mound High School Feeder Pattern consist of one high school, a ninth grade campus, three middle schools, and nine elementary schools. The Marcus High School Feeder Pattern consists of one high school, a ninth grade campus, three middle schools, and eight elementary schools.

In Carrollton, the average sale of homes are $182,063. This town is located east and southeast of Lewisville. The Carrollton schools that are located in the Lewisville Independent School district are in the 75010 zip code of Carrollton also known as North Carrollton. This area is bounded by 121 Tollway and nestled south of The Colony as well. Hebron High School is the high school located in Carrollton that is in the Lewisville ISD. The Hebron High School Feeder Pattern consist of one high school, a ninth grade campus, three middle schools, and eleven elementary schools.

Carrollton TX Homes for Sale Above $300,000

Highland Village is a quaint town nestled northwest of Lewisville and north of Flower Mound. The average sale of homes in Highland Village are $296,585. Schools in Highland Village follow the Marcus High School Feeder Pattern which consists of one high school, a ninth grade campus, three middle schools, and eight elementary schools.
According to the town’s website, Double Oak is a little gem that is located just west of Flower Mound, and bordered by FM-407 (Justin Road) to the north and FM-1171 (Cross Timbers Road) to the south. To our east is the Highland Village Shopping area with excellent theaters, well respected retailers and very popular restaurants. To our west…well, that’s pretty much open country! This town brags about being the best little town in North Texas. Its homes are split into two school districts. The districts are Lewisville ISD and Denton ISD. It’s Lewisville ISD schools follow the the Marcus High School Feeder Pattern which consists of one high school, a ninth grade campus, three middle schools, and eight elementary schools.
Copper Canyon is located west of Highland Village and north of Double Oak. Just like its neighbor, Double Oak, the homes are split into two school districts. The districts are Lewisville ISD and Denton ISD. It’s Lewisville ISD schools follow the the Marcus High School Feeder Pattern which consists of one high school, a ninth grade campus, three middle schools, and eight elementary schools.
For more information about homes for sale in the Lewisville Independent School District (Lewisville ISD) contact me via phone at 972.813.9788 or email.

***Average Sale of Homes are provided by the November statistics by Trinity Title of Texas and the following cities Lewisville, Carrollton, Flower Mound, The Colony, and Highland Village.***

For more information about homes for sale in other Denton County districts, click here Denton County School Districts


It’s a few days before Christmas and I wanted to share one of my recipes that is super easy and finger licking good. Well the finger licking is after the mix of it.

(From left to right)

A. Gather all of the ingredients together.

Graham Cracker Crust
Strawberry kool-aid packet
Cool Whip
Frozen cut strawberries or fresh strawberries (I was a stickler for time so I chose to go the frozen route)
Sweetened Condensed Milk

B. Mix all the ingredients in a bowl. Save at least half of the cool whip to use as a topping.

C. Mix the ingredients until you see a smooth consistency and a solid color.

D. Place mixture into the graham cracker crust.

E. Take the remaining cool whip and place it as the topping of the pie.

F. Top the pie with the plastic from the graham cracker crust and set in the refrigerator for 2 hours and enjoy.

My mom gave me the recipe in high school and it has been my go to pie for holidays. I’ve recently add the strawberries to the recipe. You can easily change it to fit your favorite fruit but I prefer strawberry here. If you choose a different fruit, let me know the results because I like to do food testing in my kitchen.

What’s your favorite recipe to make during the holidays?


I’m hosting another open house for my agent buddy at Keller Williams Dallas Preston Road. Check out this beauty.

This gorgeous recently remodeled home contains LOTS of upgrades. As you walk through the kitchen, the Wolf cook top, sink, faucet, and white silestone counters welcomes you. The kitchen opens to the family room where you’re able to entertain guests for the holidays. Imagine entertaining for the holidays with the floor to ceiling concrete fireplace with built in shelving. Bonus:WINE BAR UNDER THE STAIRS! Let me not give it all away. Come see it for yourself Sunday from 1-3pm! Wait…did I mention that this home is near #LakeLewisville? #219Livingston #HickoryCreek #HickoryCreekRealEstate #OpenHouse #DFWREALTOR #MyChristmasWishlist #AllIWantforChristmas #flipagram 


We’re starting early next year to help home buyers in 2015. If your lease ends January, February, March, or even April, you should attend this event. If you’ve been on the ledge of wondering if you should renew your lease or purchase the home, you do not want to miss this event. If you’ve outgrown your first home and want to move-up to a bigger home, this event is for you. If the children have moved away and the home is too big for you, this event is for you.

The year 2015 is the year of achieving all visions and goals. Is home ownership on the board? After this event on January 3rd, it will be.

Your Next Home Workshop at Lewisville Public Library
For more information about this event, please contact me via email or  972.813.9788. If you are interested in learning more about financing before this event, contact Crystal Parkinson via email or 214.316.4442. No question is too small to ask. See you on January 3rd! 

Thank You — New Avenue Realty Home Owners of 2014

Can you believe that 2014 is 2 weeks from being over? Seriously this year has come and gone. We are on the brink of 2015 and New Avenue Realty has some AMAZING plans for 2015 I promise you do not want to miss out. 

Before the year ends, I would like to give a major thank you to my clients of 2014. These were first time buyers and sellers who were ready for home ownership. I am so thankful that they chose me to represent them as they purchase and sold their homes. 

(Left to Right)
A. The McIvers – Purchased their first home as newlyweds in March 2014 in Hickory Creek, TX
B. The Jusino’s – Purchased their first home as newlyweds in April 2014 in Lancaster, TX
I would recommend the agent since she has guided us to our future home and stayed on top of it even though we didn’t win the initial offer. She has also answered a bunch of my questions since we are first time home buyers. We recommend her to guide you to your future home!” – Clint Jusino

C. The Ramirez’s – Purchased their first home as newlyweds in May 2014 in Cedar Hill, TX
Andrea helped us find our first home on a very tight schedule. Andrea is knowledgeable and is very organized. Andrea also responds to her customers very quickly and always takes care of outstanding items. Andrea had answers and solutions for us very quickly. She is extremely helpful. Thank you, Andrea!” – Gonzalo Ramirez

D. The Jacksons – Purchased their first home in May 2014 in Royse City, TX
“Andrea is compassionate about what she does. We purchased our first home through a lender that many did not know about. Andrea educated herself and followed up throughout the entire process. She works diligently to ensure your needs as a client are met! Definitely chose Andrea to assist you if you are looking for a home!” – Tiffany Jackson

E. Brittnee Jenkins – Relocated to Fort Worth after graduate school and purchased in August 2014 in Fort Worth

F. SouthFair Community Development Corporation – Community Housing Development Organization in South Dallas that builds and sells homes to low and moderate income individuals and families. 
Sold 3 Homes with SouthFair CDC in July, October, and December 2014 – Dallas
During the course of working with my clients, I built relationships. To me that is the most important thing that a Realtor can do. I enjoyed every aspect of working with them and helping to ease the process of homeownership. My favorite part of the process with my buyers is watching their eyes light up when they have found the one. I make it every effort to make sure that they get “the one”. My favorite part of the process with my sellers is knowing that someone has consider their home as “the one”. I’ve always wanted to make a difference in my career. This is by far one of the best ways to make a difference. I get the experience to see families grow and new journeys being taken in the world of home ownership. 
In the end, thanks for working with me! I have enjoyed you this year. I leave all my viewers with this one question:
Who will be a New Avenue Realty Home Owner or Seller in 2015? 

For more information about buying or selling a home in the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex, contact me at 972.813.9788 or 

Before I end this post, I have to acknowledge my renters of 2014 as well. Hope to build our relationship to the journey of home ownership in 2015. 

Janet Munoz – Dallas
Candice Young & Cornelius Hayes – Fort Worth
Alexis Woodley – Grand Prairie, TX
Brittany Dixson – Fort Worth
Michelle & Josh Penix – Fate, TX

New Avenue Realty’s Refer A Friend Rewards

Refer A Friend

Starting January 1st, I will be starting my refer a friend rewards program. For each referral sent, you will be entered in a drawing to win a prize each month for referrals. Your referral must schedule a buyer or seller appointment in order for you to be entered into the contest. The more times you refer a friend, the more times you are entered for the monthly and grand prize drawing. You can start today here: New Avenue Refer A Friend Program

The Grand Prize will be 2 tickets to a Dallas Mavericks basketball game in December 2015. So who will be our first winner of the “Refer A Friend” Rewards?

For more information about the rewards program, contact me at 972.813.9788 or email me.

P.S. Friends don’t let friends search on Zillow or Trulia when there is a North Texas Realtor ready and willing to work so that they get the best real estate deal. 

Millenials Set to Take Over Real Estate in 2015?

Just a few months ago, I wrote a blog post titled “Millenials and Real Estate” It is being predicted that millenials will be one of the biggest first time home buyers in 2015. According to, the best purchase markets for millenials are the following: 

The best purchase markets for aspiring Millennial homebuyers are (listed alphabetically):
  • Austin, Texas
  • Dallas
  • Denver
  • Des Moines, Iowa
  • Grand Rapids, Michigan
  • Minneapolis
  • New Orleans
  • Ogden, Utah
  • Salt Lake City
  • Seattle
Dallas Skyline at Dusk – Pixabay

Yes I made the Dallas one a little larger on purpose. Dallas has been one of the major metropolitian cities with growth. The opportunities in the area are like no other. Of course you know that Dallas is named one of the best cities to shop and eat. So I may be bias on this one but seriously, there is a new place to eat and shop EVERYWHERE. Imagine all of these places being within 5 – 10 minutes of where you purchase your home! I am a millenial myself and when searching for a place to stay, I always look for access to highways and the local amenities. Shopping (whether retail or groceries) is always a local amenity that I need nearby. It doesn’t hurt if there are other amenities such as an emergency care center, great schools,  local hospital, and restaurants too. 

I am a development nerd and realize that once new economic development opportunities come to a city, that city will be booming soon. That’s the place to be for resale. Has anyone looked into living in The Colony? Not only is 2015 the season of millenials and home ownership but Vocativ just listed six cities in the region as the best cities for people under 35. Check other articles from about millenials. Maybe 2015 is the year to think about giving up the rent payment and look at a mortgage payment. Could millenials take over 2015 in home purchases? 

How to Be Mortgage Ready in 2015

So you want to purchase a home in 2015 but you don’t know the first steps? Well I am glad that you have came to my blog because I will help deliver the initial steps. One of the first steps is to find your Realtor. Hello, I’m Andrea and I am a North Texas Realtor here to help you (sorry for the spiel but hey). The second step is to get pre-approved. This is your most important part. You will have to have a discussion with a lender to know if you can be pre-approved. There’s no harm in talking with a lender to discuss your options to purchasing a home in 2015.

I’m here to help with your real estate needs but your mortgage lender is there for your financing needs. I have plenty of lending partners that can work with almost any situation. Check out my Pinterest board to see tips on how to be mortgage ready in 2015.

Know someone who could use real estate services in North Texas? I love receiving referrals from your family and friends. 

Cheers to You – Holiday Celebrations

As Thanksgiving passes us by, there is a holiday blooming near. I am a fan of Christmas not because of presents but because of the special love that is delivered through that moment. I personally thank Christmas is filled with more love than Valentine’s Day. It is such a joyous occasion and it reminds you of all the things that you are truly thankful for throughout the year. What better way to have the joy of this holiday than to share some gracious moments that are centered throughout the metroplex. My first suggested stop would be in my town of Lewisville:

Take a holiday stroll through the town of Lewisville and enjoy Christmas shopping, photos with Santa, and all the goods of life that Lewisville can offer during this time of the season. Rebecca Darling of “R We There Yet Mom”, has linked 10 Holiday Events in Dallas/Fort Worth for 2014. One of my all time favorites is the Lone Star Christmas. I was able to take my mentee from Big Brothers Big Sisters a few years ago and I promise you couldn’t tell who was the adult or the kid there. Okay so I behaved as an adult but definitely had some kid fun. One adventure on her list that I would like to check out is the Grapevine Vintage Railroad. I actually discovered this little gem while out showing homes in the area.

Holiday Events in DFW

If I have left any places that you frequent in the metroplex during this time, please comment below and let me know about it. I’m always eager to get out to experience new adventures. What’s your favorite holiday spot?