Dallas-Fort Worth homeowners, both established and soon-to-be, were busy making moves in 2018. Opendoor analyzed its data for the last year in DFW and pinpointed where — and when — people were scouting out their potential new homes.
Those findings are effectively a list of the most popular parts of town for prospective homebuyers. Opendoor makes it easy for house hunters to visit for-sale DFW properties on their own schedule, between the hours of 6 am and 9 pm. The handy app unlocks the front door, meaning buyers can return to visit as many times as they like before making an offer.
Using those trackable stats, Opendoor found that the No. 1 DFW neighborhood was in Keller at 76244, followed by Fort Worth 'burb Eagle Mountain (76179) and Paloma Creek in Little Elm (75068).
Fort Worth has two more ZIP codes in the top 10 (76137 and 76123), while McKinney (75070), Forney (75126), Arlington (75052), Mansfield (76063), and Aubrey (76227) round out the rest.
Opendoor's data was restricted to homes priced between $100,000 and $500,000, meaning that properties in traditionally high-dollar neighborhoods like the Park Cities were excluded.
As for when homebuyers are on the hunt, the results are a little less surprising. Sundays, Saturdays, and Fridays are the days with the most traffic, followed by the sequential Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday.
Currently, Opendoor has more than 500 homes on the market across DFW, so there are tons of homes available to tour, every day of the week.