Harker Heights is a mid-sized town outside of Fort Hood, TX. It is located immediately adjacent and to the east of Killeen. While it does not border the Fort Hood military installation, it is still just as close as most Killeen neighborhoods, and a very popular location for military members and their families. The city also features some of the most prestigious neighborhoods in the entire Fort Hood area.
The City of Harker Heights along Hwy 190 includes the Market Heights shopping area, with some of the best shopping in the Fort Hood area. The parts of town furthest to the south like The Ridge are close to Stillhouse Hollow Lake; homes with boats parked in the driveway are common. The city also includes older, established neighborhoods that have maintained their property values and boast mature shade trees – not always easy to come by in Central Texas!
Harker Heights Realtor
If you are in need of a Harker Heights real estate agent, I am a local agent in the Fort Hood area with dedication, passion, and the knowledge accumulated from experience to guide you when either buying a home or selling your home. I love real estate and I hope you find this website, blog, and resources a great first step on your journey to homeownership or getting your home sold. The next step is to contact me!
Brian E Adams – (512) 763-7912 – email@example.com
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|Briarwood||Country Trails||Evergreen Estates|
|Highland Oaks||Knights Ridge||Quail Estates|
|Savannah Heights||Skipcha Mountain Estates||Sun Meadows|
|Sutton Place||Tanglewood North||The Grove at Whitten Place|
|The Ridge||Thoroughbred Estates||Tuscany Meadows|
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|Real Estate Sales Statistics, 2015|
|Number of Homes Sold:||442|
|Median Home Price:||$181,500|
|Median Days on Market:||128|
Harker Heights has some of the highest home values in the Fort Hood area. Residents tend to be more established with lower market turnover.
Like the rest of Texas, Harker Heights survived the 2008 housing crash relatively unscathed because home values had not climbed anywhere near as dramatically as they had in places like Florida, California and Nevada.